Gastrointestinal infections (Sibo)
Gastrointestinal infections occurs when bacteria from the large intestine move to the small intestine, causing symptoms such as:
Some evidence suggests there may be a link between irritable bowel syndrome and gastrointestinal infections. A study older than 2000 found that removing gastrointestinal infections effectively treated irritable bowel syndrome symptoms in 48% of study participants.
- Wash your hands often with soap before eating.
- Please cook food thoroughly and wash fruit before use.
- Always clean the kitchen and kitchen tools, especially after using them to cut raw meat, eggs and poultry.
- If you are traveling or camping, do not collect water from rivers, streams or lakes and be careful when buying food from the street.
- Pets can be carriers of viruses, so don’t let them come near family meals Never wash the cages or bowls of dogs and cats where the family washes dishes and prepares meals. Wash your hands after every play with animals.
Treatment of gastrointestinal infections:
- Staying calm and drinking lots of water to avoid dehydration is an effective way to stay away from exercise. If you lose too much fluid, you may need to go to the hospital to re-transfuse the water lost during diarrhea, vomiting and fever.
- Most viral diarrhea does not require treatment, however, for people with weak immune systems, poor resistance, patients can take antibiotics to fight the infection spreading throughout the body.
- Replenishing water will help you stay healthy, so drink a lot of water, to make up for the loss of fluids and electrolytes during diarrhea, eating soup or porridge and drinking unsweetened fruit juice is a way to regain the necessary electrolytes. the fastest.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
The main symptoms of Irritable bowel syndrome abdominal pain, which can occur before or after urinating. People can also experience diarrhea, constipation, or both. Whether a person has diarrhea or constipation more often, or both equally, will determine which type of irritable bowel syndrome they have.
Other symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome may include:
- White mucus in stool
- Incomplete bowel movements
A combination of factors can cause or worsen symptoms Irritable bowel syndrome. Often, irritable bowel syndrome has no identifiable cause, but people with IBS are more likely to have experienced trauma in life or have an unstable health condition. However, Irritable bowel syndrome It can also occur after an infection or as a result of a gastrointestinal infection.
Women are more likely to get the disease IBS twice as high as that of men. And IBS is more common in adolescence and early adulthood. And there are many factors that can contribute to the disease Irritable bowel syndrome. That’s why it’s different for each person, and the way it is controlled is different.
- Change your diet: increase your intake of high-fiber foods…
- Learn how to reduce stress
- Solve the basic conditions
- Exercise regularly
- Avoid stimulants like alcohol and coffee.
- You can also ask your doctor to prescribe medication to relieve symptoms as needed.
Regional Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn)
Inflammatory bowel disease in each region is an inflammatory bowel disease. It causes chronic inflammation in the digestive tract, most commonly in the small intestine.
Some common symptoms of IBD include:
- Chronic diarrhea
- Unexplained weight loss
- Bloody stools
Inflammatory bowel disease in each region may be due to an autoimmune reaction to certain bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. However, genetic and environmental factors may also play a role. People with IBD often require medication to reduce inflammation. Some people may also require bowel rest to help the bowel heal or have surgery.
- Adjust your diet and lifestyle
- It is necessary to limit some foods: dairy, foods high in fat, fiber.
Cardiac contracture disease is a rare disorder that usually affects adults aged 25–60 years. It occurs when the esophagus loses its ability to move food toward the stomach and the valve at the end may not open properly.
Symptoms may include:
- The feeling of eating that food doesn’t “reduce”
- Food spilled out
- Coughing or choking at night
There is no cure for achalasia. The most commonly used treatment methods are:
- Esophageal dilation with air balloons
- Per-oral endoscopic myotomy (POEM)
- Heller myotomy
- Botulinum Injections
- Drug treatment
- Eat liquid foods;
- Drink more water when eating;
- Drink carbonated drinks (carbonates help “push” food down into the spasmodic esophagus)
Lactose intolerance (Celiac)
Celiac disease aka Gluten intolerance disease, this is a disease caused by a reaction to gluten, preventing the body from absorbing gluten-containing foods. Gluten are different proteins found in wheat and in other grains such as barley and rye. Celiac disease This leads to inflammation and aplasia of the small intestinal mucosa causing a series of digestive disorders, reducing the ability to absorb nutrients in the small intestine.
The disease can occur at any age or may appear early in childhood and is often associated with other autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes, autoimmune thyroiditis… Usually the main treatment is the disease. is a change in diet. It can be controlled by following a gluten-free diet, which means you don’t eat any foods that contain gluten. The application of this diet can be troublesome, but if not adhered to, the disease can return and the patient at that time cannot be detected.
Symptoms of gluten intolerance may include:
- Long-term diarrhea
- Faeces are pale, fishy than usual and floating
Over time, untreated gluten intolerance can lead to complications, such as:
- Soften bones
- Nervous system problems
- Problems related to fertility
- Maintain good nutrition
- Provide the body with enough vitamin D
- Change your diet: don’t eat any foods containing gluten.
Ulcerative colitis (UC disease)
Ulcerative colitis is a type of enteritis that causes inflammation of the rectum and large intestine. The inflammation can also spread to other parts of the intestine over time.
Some symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis may include:
- Long-term diarrhea
- Unexplained weight loss
Like other types of enteritis, what causes? Ulcerative colitis may be a combination of autoimmune reactions, genetics, and environmental causes. Treatment may include medication to control inflammation and relieve symptoms, dietary changes, or surgery.
- Avoid fresh fruits and vegetables
- Dairy-free diet
- Eat small meals
- Drink plenty of fluids (especially water, do not use alcohol or alcoholic beverages, caffeine)
- Use Multivitamins
- Do exercise
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (Gerd)
Gastroesophageal reflux It is one of the most common digestive diseases in both adults and children. When acid from the stomach backs up into the esophagus, it causes acid reflux. It makes you feel a burning pain in the middle of your chest. Gastroesophageal reflux usually occurs after meals or at night.
Occasionally, you may still experience acid reflux or heartburn. However, if symptoms interfere with your day-to-day life or occur at least twice a week, there’s a good chance you’ve got the condition. GERD. As recommended by doctors, if you have persistent heartburn, bad breath, nausea, pain in the chest or upper part of the abdomen, difficulty swallowing, trouble breathing, you should go to the hospital to be examined.
Common symptoms include:
- Acid reflux
- Chest tightness
- Pain when swallowing
Doctors aren’t always sure what causes GERD, but risk factors may include:
- Taking certain medications, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
- Inhaling passive smoke
- Intermittent hernia.
- Avoid obesity. Do not wear tight clothes.
- It is necessary to have a healthy lifestyle and a healthy eating habit.
- Do not eat too full, do not eat much at night.
- Avoid fried, grilled, high-fat foods, foods with a lot of onions and garlic.
- Do not eat sour, spicy, hot foods and spices such as pepper, chili.
- Do not eat chocolate candies.
- Do not drink alcohol, coffee, carbonated water because it can make the disease worse, such as causing heartburn, indigestion and relaxing the lower esophageal sphincter.
Congenital megacolon (Hirschsprung)
Congenital megaloblastic disease is a rare condition that people are born with. It involves the body’s inability to reflexively open the internal anal sphincter.
Symptoms in infants may include:
- No first bowel movement within 48 hours of giving birth
- Swollen belly
Symptoms that occur later in life may include:
- Lack of appetite
- Small, watery stools
Conventional treatment for Congenital megacolon is surgery.
Hypertrophic stomach disease (Ménétrier’s disease)
Hypertrophic stomach disease occurs when the mucous membrane of a peptic ulcer overgrows and leads to large folds of the stomach. This is a spontaneous entity characterized by thickened gastric folds, mainly in the trunk region, which are evident in the upper gastrointestinal and endoscopic series.
Some of the symptoms people may experience are:
- Pain in the upper middle area of the stomach
Treatment may be with medication or potentially gastrectomy, which is surgery to remove part or all of the stomach.
- High protein diet
- Do exercise
Gallstone disease (Gallstones disease)
Gallstones are hard deposits that form in your gallbladder. The gallbladder is a pear-shaped organ that stores and secretes bile to aid digestion. Gallstones Forms when there is too much cholesterol, waste products, or the gallbladder is not functioning properly. In most cases, a person may not know that they have gallstones, as they usually don’t cause any symptoms. However, people may experience symptoms if gallstones preforms an opening in the gallbladder.
when the gallstones Blocking the ducts that lead from your gallbladder to your intestines, they cause a sharp pain in the upper right abdomen. This condition must be treated with stone-dissolving medications. If this fails, the patient must undergo a cholecystectomy.
Symptoms may include:
- Persistent pain under the ribs, on the right side of the body
- High temperature
- Eating healthy food
- Exercise regularly
Treatment gallstones may include surgery to remove the gallbladder or a procedure whereby a medical professional removes gallstones from the bile duct.