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I have some issues with my digestive system. I don't feel hungry all day long. And when I eat my stomach starts feeling upset. And if I took any heavy diet like chicken, than it become so messy. I feel so uncomfortable for more than welcome days. Kindly suggest me what can I do.
I have been detected fatty liver Gr2 in July. Thereafter, on doctor's consultation and medication, it has subsided. Now I wanna know what should be my diet plan. I am sedentary worker. Can I consume alcohol in a month? What should be the amount? And one more thing, is there any bad effect of eating saffron on liver? Kindly revert please. Regards.
I have bloating from 2 months. I have consulted doctor. After endoscopy and us abdomen. The reports are normal. In endoscopy report, I have mild duodenitis and in US abdomen test everything is normal. The impression is Grade I fatty liver. I am using sompraz l tablet and pan mps syrup and I have used metrogyl 400 mg for 1 week. From past 1 week I have watery stools. Can you please advise wat is problem that I am facing. Is fatty liver danger to health if not treated properly. My doctor the fat is normal in live in every person. Please advise.
Most patients suffering from ulcerative colitis are advised to undergo a surgery as that is oftentimes, the last option remaining for them. Failure of other treatments to bear any results leads to the need for a surgery. There are two main categories of surgery options; however, the difference lies in where the waste pouch will be placed following the ulcerative colitis surgery.
A patient who is planning to go through the ulcerative colitis surgery procedure must be aware of the recovery period and its duration. Since the surgery is an invasive and an intensive procedure, the recovery time is lengthy. So, naturally, before you arrive at any decision it is recommended that you consult your doctor, surgeon and other healthcare professionals about the procedure.
Ulcerative colitis is not a curable disease, but if your colon and rectum are removed, the symptoms of ulcerative colitis can be treated. But educate yourself as you may still have to live with a number of side effects of the surgeries, even after the incisions have healed. This is the reason that you must prepare yourself both physically and mentally before making any decision, which should be based on the information available.
Tips for Quick Recovery
The recovery from ulcerative colitis is quite tricky. As it is an invasive surgical procedure, the recovery time is lengthy. However, you should not fret yourself with that. With the required care and doctor’s advice, you will be able to return to your daily life in full vigor. In order to improve your recovery and hasten the process, you will be given a detailed file of information that you must follow strictly. These tips are:
- After the surgery, you may have to remain in the hospital for 3 to 7 days. This is a mandatory protocol as it allows your surgeon to monitor your incisions and treat any complication or infections.
- Any procedure that you may opt for, a total of 4 to 6 weeks is a minimum requirement for recovery.
- During this time, you will be asked to meet your surgeon regularly and in some cases an enterostomal therapist as well. An enterostomal therapist is a specialized doctor who only deals with patients who have had their colon removed. So you should make an appointment with an enterostomal therapist, suggested by your doctor, and have him/her review your case.
- Eat nutritional healthy foods to avoid any complications.
- Stay hydrated by drinking at least 2-3 liters of water per day.
- A rehab therapist or a physical therapist will help you to move towards your normal life, by keeping you active and recommending rejuvenating exercises that won’t hamper your health.
- Manage stress and anxiety as they cause stomach issues.
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