Ulcerative colitisI am 22 years old and diagonised with ulcerative colitis. I have been taking homeopathic treatment from 6 months. Sometimes feels better sometimes not. I was also diagonised with allergic brontitis.I felt fine for some period than I reduced my Alopathic medicine for allergies which contains salt of Levociterizine and Montelukast. Now I have not feeling well. I feel my ulcers are because o my allergies. Do these salts help in curing colon ulcers. If no can any body give some advice.
Rahulverma on 2012-04-10
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shouse_nsk 9 years ago
I have been diagonised and I am taking medicines under doctor prescription.But he told me to stop drinking milk.But after stoping drinking milk I feel weak and body pain occurs.Can you suggest me remedy for that.
Rahulverma 9 years ago
Milk and milk products (except butter milk) has a enemity with ulcerative colitis. You must avoid milk and milk products.
You try other things which can be alternative to milk. Like for calcium and iron dates, dries black grapes, for protins soup of cereals or may be chicken soup etc. or you can take a help of dietition.
shouse_nsk 9 years ago
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