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Toe inflammation, taken Faboric 40, Naproxen and Zyloric, blood in stools, done colonoscopy. Ulcerative colitis?

Dear sir DThere was inflammation on my left leg big toe I consult a rheumatologist , he prescribed f Faboric 40 once A day Naproxen twice a day Zyloric thrice a day Before consulting to doctor I was taking indocap medicine twice a day Since last 12-14 days there is blood in my stools also so I gone for checkups and after going through colonoscopy they told me that I am suffering from ulcerative colitis
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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The diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease has to be confirmed by biopsy. Once that is done you need to start medication for the same in order to push the disease into remission.

With respect to your toe swelling you need to get uric acid levels in the blood done to see the level of control in order to regulate the dosage of uricosuric medications.

Anti inflammatory drugs are to be continued upto the normalisation of your big toe.
Answered: Thu, 3 May 2012
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