Well, you have a couple of ways to go to cure this. The first way is to post a question on a chatroom, but you tried that, and it hasn't cured it. As a last resort, you could try going to a doctor. I believe they have better things than leeches and hot cups for curing things. Now, because you think I am poking fun at you because you do not have medical coverage and thus think you can't see a doctor, most towns have a clinic that charges on a sliding scale based on what you can pay. If you can pay nothing you pay nothing. These clinics are often affiliated with the local hospital, so that might be a good place to start. MOst hospitals are stocked with eager volunteers who know of these places. If all else fails, of course, you go to the hospital. I suppose some are totally for profit enterprises, but both our hospitals have big plaques right in the lobby that say you have the right to be treated regardless of whether you can pay or not. So be treated, and get well. Good Luck Phil Colitis is not contagious. You have nothing to worry about.
I am not sure which foods you should aviod with colitis. I have never known anyone who actually has colitis. You should contact your local doctor to avoid with colitis
No. It is not contagious.
You should avoid any foods high in fats and salts. These help break down the acids that cause colitis. Remember to always use laxatives after every meal.
you should contact your dr ..
Septicemia is not contagious. It is an infection, therefore it is not "contagious." Although, If you get septicemia because of a wound then others should be careful around the wound. It is possible I guess that someone else could get it, but they would really have to be in contact with you.
There are no dietary restrictions for colitis. Some people benefit by avoiding milk or diary products, and okra should be ok with colitis
you should always be contagious
People who have been exposed to asbestosis should contact a Medicare Regional Office. If the person was exposed at work they should contact their state workers compensation board.
If a person has colitis they should avoid foods high in fat and grease. TThose food can cause stomach problems. Heavy creams and large amounts of diary can also cause colitis to worsen.
Yes it can be depending on the type of sepsis. You should always wear gloves and a mask when you are handling someone with spesis or someone that recently went septic.
Eggs should not effect your colitis. You should follow your doctors advise about diet at all times but it would be unusual for eggs to exacerbate colitis. Eggs can even be part of a liquid diet for the nutritional value they contain.
Colitis deals with the inflamation of the colon, therefore any doctor that specializes in bowels or digestive tract should work.
Contagious of what?A preserved heart is a preservative (usually formaldehyde) and human tissue. If you're thinking of pathogens, they should not be able to survive in formaldehyde.A preserved heart should not be contagious and I can't really imagine if it was, what it would be contagious with.
There are many plans out there designed to help those with colitis. WebMD offers an in-depth look at what one's diet should comprise of at their website URL: http://www.webmd.com/ibd-crohns-disease/ulcerative-colitis/creating-an-ulcerative-colitis-plan.
Having ulcerative colitis can be a challenge when it comes to choosing what foods to eat and avoid. You should definitely try to come up with a diet plan to follow. www.colitisdiet.org
What is Ulcerative Colitis?Ulcerative colitis is a disease that is characterized by ulcers in the lining of the large intestine, including the colon and the rectum. Ulcerative colitis is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the gastrointestinal tract. Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease are the two forms of inflammatory bowel disease. Ulcerative colitis exhibits itself by causing several symptoms such as abdominal pain, bleeding and diarrhea.What is a Healthy Colitis Diet?Following a colitis diet is an excellent method of reducing painful and annoying ulcerative colitis symptoms. Each person reacts differently to different foods, but there are some foods and eating tips that are beneficial for most individuals suffering from colitis. Individuals often experience beneficial effects by eating small and frequent meals. Unfortunately, a person with colitis typically experiences the fewest symptoms when consuming a diet of bland foods. Since many colitis sufferers experience difficulty absorbing nutrients, they should supplement their diets with vitamins and nutritional supplements. Additionally, like all individuals, they should stay hydrated by consuming at least eight cups of water each day to prevent dehydration and constipation.What Foods Should a Person with Colitis Avoid?The trigger foods are different for each person that suffers from ulcerative colitis, but there are some common foods that tend to cause flare-ups in individuals with colitis. Colitis sufferers should stay away from sodas and any other carbonated drinks, and they should also avoid high-fiber foods like nuts and corn products. Individuals with colitis will typically feel better if they limit or completely avoid caffeine and alcohol. They should also steer clear of sorbitol, a natural sugar alternative. Colitis sufferers typically benefit from avoiding foods that make them gassy, such as broccoli, cauliflower, lentils, and peppers. In addition, an individual who has had part of his or her intestines removed should avoid high fat foods, which often lead to diarrhea and excess gas. A person with ulcerative colitis should take special caution in avoiding any foods that they are intolerant to, such as lactose, as the person may experience severe side effects from consuming these products. Colitis sufferers should play around with their diets to find the diets that work best for them.
Absolutely not! Strep is very contagious and you should not go to school or work until you are 100% better!!! Hope that was helpful.
Dyslexia is not contagious! It is, however, thought to be hereditary.no dyslexia is not contagousANS2:Both of you should note that you have both misspelled "contagious". It may be that it is.
Anti-motility medications may worsen the condition of a patient with dysentery or colitis.
no. It is contagious.
Kaopectate or Pepto Bismol according to weight of dog should help mild colitis, if this does not stop in 24 to 48 hours call your Vet.
Assuming you meant colitis, Tylenol is often recommended for the symptoms of ulcerative colitis. Ibuprofen should be avoided. Check with your doctor to see what he or she recommends.
Some foods to avoid are alcohol, caffine, dairy and raw vegetables. For a complete list of foods to avoid, visit http://www.webmd.com/ibd-crohns-disease/ulcerative-colitis/creating-an-ulcerative-colitis-plan
No, once the 5 days have passed you should not be contagious.
The diets for ulcerative colitis will depend on whether you are a vegetarian or choose to eat meat. If you are a vegetarian, you should eat more dairy and soy products while a non vegetarian can focus more on proteins and meat fish and poultry.