The lining of the large intestine is the targeted body part of ulcerative colitis, a condition characterized by inflammation of this critical digestive system component. While the full spectrum of ulcerative colitis causes is wholly unknown, there are some suggestive insights into potential sources of this form of chronic colitis.
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Ulcerative colitis treatment depends on the cause. Colitis or irritable bowel symptoms are caused by inflammation of the colon. You may experience diarrhea or watery stools, abdominal pain and even bleeding from the rectum. Sometimes antibiotics that are given for an infection somewhere else in the body destroy the beneficial bacteria that populate the colon.
Gastroenterology Topics: Acid Reflux Hernia Bloating Constipation Diarrhea Digestive Disorders Colitis Irritable Bowel Syndrome Gastrointestinal problems of various kinds are commonly seen and affect almost everyone at least once in a lifetime. Gastrointestinal problems can affect one or multiple organs of a human GI tract, including stomach, intestines and colon. Some of the most common [...]
Antibiotic associated colitis is a condition which is a result of antibiotic medications, or antibacterial drugs, disturbing the normal equilibrium of good bacteria as well as the bad. Most antibiotics have the potential of causing colitis and the diarrhea which is often experienced with chronic colitis. When antibiotic associated colitis occurs, the intestines become inflamed [...]