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Coconut Oil Enemas Saves Woman From Surgery

If you find this information useful, please donate so we can continue providing you with meaningful information to help you Thrive with IBD Crohn’s Colitis. Thank You. A new case study* out of Germany was just published in the October 2018 American Journal of Gastroenterology. A 32-year old woman was experiencing fistulizing Crohn’s Disease complicated with diversion colitis.  Diversion colitis is inflammation of the large intestine brought on after surgical treatment (Usually an ileostomy or colostomy). In early 2016 her perianal fistula, after not responding to pharmaceutical drugs, was treated with a diverting sigmoidostomy which is when surgery creates an artificial anus
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Categories: Abdominal Pain, CalProctetin, Case Study, Colonoscopy, Colostomy, Crohn's Disease, Diversion colitis, Enemas, Fistula, Hematochezia(Blood in Stool), Ileostomy, Inflammation, Pharmaceuticals, Supplements, Surgery, and Ulcerative Colitis.