Condition: Diverticulitis

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About Diverticulitis

Diverticulitis is digestive disease of the large intestine, involving an inflamed hernia of the colon's muscular wall. Patients with diverticulitis may experience abdominal pain and tenderness. Treatments include a modified diet and, if severe, surgery.

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I keep to a low fiber diet. I avoid broccoli, corn, red meats, alcohol, and spicy foods. This works for me.4/15/2017 at 02:04 AM
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I used the antibiotics for 10 days. I had no side effects. This was very effective for me.4/15/2017 at 02:01 AM
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I have general pain most of the time.4/15/2017 at 01:59 AM
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My constipation is not very often. It is worse than I ever experienced in the past.4/15/2017 at 01:58 AM
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I am bloated most of the time. It is not like anything else I have experienced.4/15/2017 at 01:57 AM
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Last updated on Aug 23 2019 at 11:16
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