Posted 10/8/2017 10:55 AM (GMT -6)
I'd ask: do you have infectious-proctitis or ulcerative-proctitis? They're simular sounding but have a very different prognosis. Infectious-proctitis is a one-time episode that clears up with medication and never bothers you again. Ulcerative Proctitis is a form of ulcerative colitis, a life-long crohnic illness.
That's a very low CRP, which is good.
With an UC, we typically have an elevated WBC when we flare, not a low count.
If you have infectious-proctitis then antibiotics are possible.
You can ask for anti-inflammatory pills (e.g., lialda/asacol), enemas (rowasa/salofalk), or suppositories (canasa).
I'd call ypur gasteroenterologist ahead of the appointment and tell him/her that you haven't improved yet. He/she might be able to give you another, stronger prescription in advance of your appointment. Good if you're struggling now.