Does Inflammatory Bowel Disease Have To Be Operated On?
Sorry, I want to ask. My father experienced a chapter that has blood for almost 1 year more. After that the blood subsided. And now often CHAPTER or diarrhea with extreme levels of heartburn, but without blood only fluids and phases. They say inflammatory bowel disease. Is it true? Then do you need surgery?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Abdominal pain that is followed by a discharge that has a thin form, can be caused by various things, including:
Parasitic infections in the body, such as amebiasis and shigellosis conditions Inflammatory bowel conditions, such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease Stomach flu or gastroenteritis Psychological disorders Toxicity
So inflammation of the intestine is indeed one possibility that can occur. Inflammatory bowel occurs when your digestive tract becomes inflamed, the cause of which is still unknown. This condition increases the risk for those who have offspring with similar complaints, smoking, under the age of 30 years or above 50 years, are in a densely industrial area, and regularly consume certain drugs. This condition is also often associated with immune system disorders, so one of the drugs is to suppress the immune system.
Even so, once again, there are many other possibilities as we stated earlier that can only be ascertained through direct examination by a doctor. Our advice, check with your father at a specialist gastroenterologist or internist, and if it is now, routine control to be evaluated for his condition.
Meanwhile, improve your lifestyle by consuming low-fat foods, increase your intake of fluids and fiber, reduce consumption of dairy products, stay away from alcohol and cigarettes, exercise regularly according to ability, avoid stress, adequate rest, and regular consumption of drugs. So, hopefully answering your question.