Suggest medication for inflammation in the J-Pouch

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Posted on Wed, 22 Nov 2017 in Digestion and Bowels
Question: What is the best medicine to use for inflammation in the j-pouch

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Answered by Dr. Sunil 46 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Anyi inflammatory medication should be taken to supress inflammation.

Detailed Answer:
Hello Patient,
Thanks for asking your query on HCM.

Whenever there is inflammation in body a hormone named Prostaglandins is secreted locally by cells.Non steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine inhibits cyclo-oxygenase enzyme which inhibit local production of prostaglandin hence i would suggest you to take serratiopeptidase 10 mg thrice daily.
It acts at visceral level and would help to settle down inflammation.
Anti inflammatory should be given with antibiotic therapy for optimal results.

Thank you.
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