Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Colon Pockets Pockets On My Colon?

Pockets on my colon? - colon pockets

My doctor told me that Catscan showed that I had my bags colon, which are harmless now, but may be later in life? Has anyone else said this or that? and used for pain. Please answere seriously, thank you ~


bflogal7... said...

I have diverticulosis and have been for years. In fact, I developed recently. The best thing I can say is that things like nuts, popcorn, corn, anything with seeds (strawberries, raspberries avoided. If these things are trapped in small pockets in the colon can be stimulated and have concluded that diverticulitis, a inflammation, it is achieved. Rarely these diverticula can break, in fact, and is a health concern very seriously. This leads to peritonitis, and if it quickly lead to death. ... We need to make good on himself and avoid things that do. Get plenty of fiber,,,, Benefiber is new and works well. life can continue relatively easy if you are careful.
Divertivcula They tend to be in the sigmoid colon, the colon in the region of the left groin, but not limited to ... I have them all in the colon.

SAK said...

I think it is a starting point for diverticulitis. It can be painful, and must be careful what you could eat in the form of seeds, etc., to a temporary removal of the colon, part of OIF. For pain, ibuprofen is best. Take care.

Intrepyd said...

Sounds like diverticulosis. Diverticular disease affects a significant proportion of persons, especially in the last period. Bags are in the small intestine. They occur most often in people with a diet with little fiber, because usually increases the pressure in the bowel. Thus increase their fiber. Diverticular pain can be a concern - see below.

Sometimes these pockets with the contents of the intestines are obstructed and infected. This will have as diverticulitis and can cause pain, fever, constipation or diarrhea. Diverticulitis is treated with antibiotics, but repeated episodes may need for surgery, usually removal of the colon affected by diverticula state. If diverticulitis is not treated properly, can actually break diverticula, which can be very dangerous (and extremely painful). If you think you have diverticular pain, you should contact your doctor or the emergency room as quickly as possible.

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