Ditto, the above posts. It doesn't really matter at this stage. Good of the doc to order that test though, many do not. Some medicines that you may experience later work better on one disease than another(ie the 5ASA Colazol is better for left sided colitis, as that is where the meds are released,t doesn't help the small intestine, where the other ASA Asacol works differently). Speaking of which, that is one test that also helps to define the disease, a small bowel xray is easy to do. Some meds work on all inflammation, and it looks like you are responding easily. Hang though.
Daughter,15 diagnosed 1-08 w/ UC .
Previous drug sampling: Asacol, Prevacid, Flagyl, Prednisone- 50mg to 0, 4 major flares '08.Hospital four x. Low residue diet,
6MP, Colazal , Cortifoam enemas,
Trying probiotics, Niferex, fish oil, Magnesium, Acupuncture.
Remicade 10mg per kilo@ 8wks, since 10-08. Still on 6mp and Colazal