Quincy and anyone else.
Went through my test results. No liver enzyme tests - why would i need one? I have an appointment tomorrow and will see what I get for an answer for followup. I am on my 3rd week of a flareup. Can't sleep, wake up at 3am to go, joint pains, and having the worst nightmares. Read and see what you think and respond when you can. Thank you!
The last 3 times I went to the GI
3/7/07 Capsule endoscopy, normal appearance no blood in study. Post operative diagnosis - anemia.
Distal proctitis/anitis, biopsied
No evidence of ileitis
Cecum, a. colon, transver all normal.
Distal part of rectum near dentate line and anus inflamed, Anal canal inflamed, edematous, and friable and had whitish purulent exudate overlying the distalmost 1.5 cm of anus and rectum. The inflam changes seem to overlie the internal HEM. Biopsies obtained - diagnosis: acute proctitis with ulceration
letter to GP
Evaluated for infectionious process at gyn clinic - negative
Doctor states I am not exactly sure what she has. Mya be anusitis (? what is this???), distal proctitis associated with IBD. Distal?
GI says do hemorrhoidectomy but protologist say no because she is afraid I won't heal if I have Crohns.
Rectal biopsy preserved crypt architecture. Focal mild increase in lamina propria chronic inflammation. Scattered crypts showing infiltrating neutrophils. No granulomas are seen. Anus biopsy shows an ulcerated surface line by reactive appearing columnar epithelium with villiform or papillary architecture. The etiology of the patients changes are unclear, but idiopathic inflammatory bowel disease cannot be excluded. Diagnosis: Mucosa, rectum focal active proctitis, Anal biopsy Mucosal ulcer