Ulcerative Colitis results in the inflammation of the bowel tract. Ulcerative Colitis is chronic in nature and it affects the colon or the large intestine. Some of the symptoms that indicate the presence of Ulcerative Colitis are as follows: frequent need to pass stool, blood in stool, loss of control over bowel movements, and severe pain in the abdominal area. Some of the reasons behind Ulcerative Colitis, unearthed by medical research, point to hereditary factors as well as the immune system. Some of the symptoms that may accompany Ulcerative Colitis are sores inside the mouth, swelling and/or aches in the joint, nauseous sensations and vomiting.
HOW IS ULCERATIVE COLITIS DIAGNOSED?
Sulfasalazine and Olsalazine may be used to treat the inflammation that occurs as a result of Ulcerative Colitis.