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Inflamed lower intestine , closest to the rectum, suspected parasite or IBD, colonoscopy, inflamed coccyx, Zentel and Flagyl, blood-test, Stool tests. IBD?

I have an inflamed lower intestine , closest to the rectum , which my doctor suspected was either a parasite or IBD . I had a colonoscopy , and all was clear except for the inflammation of my lower intestine, as well as an inflamed coccyx. My inflamed coccyx went away when i took Zentel and Flagyl. But the day i stopped taking those, my coccyx became inflamed again, and now feels more severe than before. It is also affecting my urine stream. I ve had blood-tests and all is clear. Stool tests and all is clear. Could this be related to IBD?
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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You don't need to take Zintel and Flagyl every time. These are drugs which have a course. Possibly you may be having chronic constipation. Try isfagul husk 3 tsf at bed time or duphalac suspension at bed time , have free stools your inflammation will slowly go. Also you should consume good fibre diet and avoid oily and fatty diets and red meat.
Answered: Tue, 17 Apr 2012
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