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Ulcerative Colitis

Dear All,

My wife is 36 years old and was diagnosed by her GI doctor with ulcerative colitis last month 02/2009, she was prescribed with Asacol 6 a day, after taking medication her first flare-up was gone for 5 days, but she is getting another flare up. Her doctors said that she needs to take steroids to get flare-up under control. But she does not want to do that. So I located a local homeopathic doctor who is giving her remedies ( I don’t know what) for last whole week, but her flare-up has not gone. I would greatly appreciate some advice on a Homeopathic remedy for her Ulcerative Colitis.

When we first saw the homeopathic doctor her condition was as following:

1. Mucus, blood, gas and pencil stool.
2. bloating sensation
3. cramping and lower back pain.

She start monitoring her diet, because it could be food allergy, so stop drinking milk and eating wheat. She is eating rice with moong lentil, and drinking aloe-Vera juice, coconut water, steam vegetables. She is also drinking alkaline water, because her body might be producing more acid. We also understand that it could be auto immune disease. Homeopathic doctor has given her some remedy and her conditions is as follows:

1. she needs to go to the bathroom around 4-6 times during the day

2 she has a watery diarehha with mucus and blood. I don’t know whether it is the Homeopathic medication which caused this problem. And this may be cleaning up her system.

3. A ‘pushing’ pain in her abdomen/ inside her bum which forces the stool out quickly, or a pushing pain where no stool comes out.

4. There is always a need to get to the toilet quickly.

5. she becomes cold and have trouble warming up after diareahha.

5. she feels drained and look pale in the face (perhaps as the result of diareahha)

6. if she keep going to bathroom 4- 6 time i 'm affraid she could get dehydrated and could get anamic.

Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.
  msh lover on 2009-03-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
try (Aspaghol Husk) may be you get benefit,ok
faisal qureshi last decade
Thanks for reply Mr. qureshi.
She has been using whole Aspaghol boiling and making a jell and eating it, she also taking aloe jell as well. but nothing seems to be working, she still flared up. Homepathic doctor has been try different remedies the last on she got is Hydroflouricuni Acidum 200c,

Anybody has use this remedy before please help.

Thanks again
msh lover last decade
merc sol 30 one dose daily for three days pl report for any improvement
akshaymohl last decade
I too agree with dr. akshaymohi and dr. lokesh. But I would prefer to use Merc.Cor-30 thrice a day for a week and let us see improvement/changes.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
faisal qureshi last decade
I would go buy the book called Breaking the Vicious Cycle by Elaine Gottschall. Follow it to the letter of the law. I have been on this diet for almost 3 years, and it works as long as you are strict. It will take some time, but i am on no medication and never go see a western med doctor.
mr healthy last decade

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