severe chronic ulcerative colitisdear joe de livera,
am a male of 37 years from india. my weight is 98 kg and am moderately built. am fair with dark hair. i have no major diseases except the below.
am a victim of severe chronic ulcerative colitis for the last 7 years. in the past i took many antibiotics which i feel could have worsened my condition. i have totally stopped antibiotics for the last one year. currently am with no therapy.
my symptoms are -:
1. get repeated attacks of acute diarrhea. burning in stomach sometime after diarrhea.
2. cutting pain in abdomen. rumbling and growling in stomach.
3. stool after eating or drinking.
4. pain in back of thighs and calves when stomach affected.
5. intake of milk, banana, groundnut, sweets affects my abdomen adversely. also unstoppable .
diarrhea. though am not allergic to the above foods since childhood.
6. loss of digestive power.
7. burning in rectum & insecure feeling.
8. flatulent abdominal pain. locked up gas.
9. cannot wear tight clothes around waist.
10. extremely sensitive to changes of weather. easily catch viral infections.
11. pain in thighs/legs (maybe sciatica.)
12. prone to frequent ENT infections.
13. my arms and legs become thin when i suffer any infection. also muscular pains.
14. easily angered.
15. oily skin
16. falling hair in patch on top.
please provide a solution to get rid of my ailment.
thanks in advance.
vikram_ahuja on 2011-08-05
1. Calc-carb-200 4 pills 2 times a day
2. Aleo soc-Q 2 drops 2 times a day in spoonful water
give the feed back after 15 days of this course
shouse_nsk at rediffmail
[message edited by shouse_nsk on Thu, 11 Aug 2011 05:40:25 BST]
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