So the colorectal surgeon performed a rectoscope in the office the first time, which detected the cut he thinks from the enema and was worried of infection so gave me flagyl which gave me diarrhea for 3 weeks which probably helped in healing the cut as no solid bm was passing through.
A week later he did it again and saw the cut had healed and said he even saw no signs of inflammation.
Fast forward about
10 days and I had to see him again because I started bleeding again and he did the scope again and said no cuts, no hemmie but the mucosa looked a bit inflammed therefore he reckons it is the colitis and said to mention foam enemas again to my GI next week.
If I do have to go back I guess I will have to be very careful..
I didn't know there were steroid suppositories.
Im worried about
steroid suppositories and enemas since I saw on here the post about
how it can permanently thin the colon walls.
My original diagnosis was pancolitis and recent rectoscope by my GI said it was limited to 4cm. That was about
2 months ago.
I usually have bms in the morning. Thing is, if I have the supps nightly I usually will go in the morning but lately its been loose and I go couple times morning and maybe afternoon, this is since taking the antibiotics.
If I dont take a supp, some days I dont go, Im never frequent or always go at the same time. Its like I go from multiple to constipated quite often.
Last couple of days Ive started to notice intestinal noises.
Post Edited (1Wish) : 3/20/2021 3:31:46 AM (GMT-6)