Managing Crohn's disease readily?
I have freshly been diagnosed near this and am managing it with alternate pills, has anyone else done this. I am resourcefully at the moment. Am I kidding myself?
you are not kid yourself. I know a number of relatives who swear by high level aloe juice (not walmart brand) and other things. I supposedly "had" it, but "it" be just because the flora contained by my intestines had be damaged by a dumb az dr. prescribing antibiotics that he know nothing around. Yogurt and oatmeal is what cured me.
Sorry to hear about your recent diagnosis Crohn's disease is a fundamentally bad item to have and the side effects and long occupancy affects of the disease are terrible.
If you want to try and use alternative or colloquial medicines thats great and I really hope it works.
My husband have crohn's and I have see him suffer terribly from it. He have alot of different medications to whip and the side affects from the medication has cause all sorts of problems he have osteoperosis and has common pain he also is elevated risk of developing diabetes.
He also gets alot of headache stomach cramps nausea diaorehea and sometimes it affects his eyes.
The only warning I can really give you is to stay storng and do waht ever the doctors suggest as this is not something you want to muck around near.
And stick to the diet they give to you because if you dont the side affects can attain worse.
Milk and dairy products cause Crohn's disease, mucous and irritable bowel syndrome -- interview near Robert Cohen
Sunday, December 05, 2004 by: Mike Adams
Printable version Key concepts: Crohn's Disease, dairy products and cow's milk
NewsTarget.com printable article
Originally published September 24 2004
Crohn's Disease shocker: microbes found in cattle and sheep in a minute found in blood of Crohn's patients
by Mike Adams
A bacterium that cause intestinal illness contained by cattle and sheep could also be responsible for Crohn's disease, researchers said on Friday.
Dr. Saleh Naser and researchers at the University of Central Florida in Orlando believe it is due to a bacterium call MAP which is found in cattle, sheep and goats suffering from an disorder called Paratuberculosis or Johne's disease.
"We discovered the germs in the blood of Crohn's patients.
This is the first time anyone have done that," Naser said in an interview.
Previous studies own concentrated on looking for MAP in the tissue of Crohn's patients and the outcome have been mixed, according to Naser.
'Disease might be systemic' MAP be found in the blood of patients near Crohn's disease but not in forceful people.
"The blood is a sterile environment so the presence of this microbes in the blood indicates this disease might be systemic, which ability it may start in the intestine and ultimately it may infiltrate into other organs," he said.
Abdominal backache, diarrhea, rectal bleeding, weight loss and confusion are the most common symptoms of the ailment.
Naser, who reported the finding in The Lancet medical magazine, believes people can be exposed to the germs but they do not develop the illness unless they own a genetic susceptibility to it.
In a commentary in the monthly, Professor Warwick Selby of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Newtown, Australia, said although the research may topple short of proving that MAP is one of the causes of the ailment, it raises lots important question.
"The findings now obligation to be replicated in other laboratories.
Whatever one's landscape, MAP cannot continue to be overlooked in Crohn's disease," he said.
Hi a Friend of mine have crohn's and they have gone stale all the steroids the doctor be prescribing and is now taking Goji Juice. He is foreboding better and hasn't had an attack. I'm not sure if it is the miracle liquid that everyone claims but anything is worth a try go to gojimedia.com.au to read a bit roughly speaking it. Good luck
please consult a GI before you start anything drastick...first rotten this disease as well as UC is a inherent diease and ... THERE IS NO CURE FOR CROHN'S DISEASE..... just considered necessary to clear it up..... a person can be within remission but you are not cured......
as i said i watch what i get through..... which is tricky because it changes on in the region of a weekly basis but here is the jist.... when i be first hospitalized my dad bought the book "the Visious Cycle".. it is how flour is bad and other things too ... resourcefully it turns out that i couldn't eat a single entry in that book.... next i was on a gooey diet but my GI freaked because i was droppin method too much weight (age 14, 5'1", 75 lbs).... next i was put on steroids and such and hospitalized....anyway long story short i have surgery (took out 8 in of intestines)... took meds for 3 years after.. haven't be on then contained by 2 years... and now i am ok .... not fitting but definatly not bad....
in a minute i just brand name sure that i don't eat things that i know will contribute me a "mini flare"
but remember this is not a cokie cutter disease everyone is different
and again please talk to your GI
hope this help
Go to http://www.glycostory.com/mannalive... and click on the stories tab and look up crohns or type it into the search engine.
Next, self invite yourself by providing your e e-mail, so that a link to the testimonial on reversing this condition is sent to you to listen to.
Don't skip articles and validation as very well.
Educated people net educated decision.
TRUST ME ON THIS ONE I have crohn's and be adamant i didn't want to use steroids etc. From one in and out of hospital i accidently come across a book on amazon. "Breaking the vicious cycle" At first i thought it was close to any other so called "cure" or anything but reading the reviews i thought i might as well hand over it a go. In a business of days my symptoms sarted to go, i've hear this from practically every person who's be on the diet, it's a real blessing. Check out Elaine Gottschall- Breaking the vicious cycle on amazon.com or uk (com have more reviews) the official website is http://www.breakingtheviciouscycle.org... appropriate luck