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Ulcerative Colitis

3 October, 2017 (20:02) | General | By:

One study found that the bacteria in the family of B. bifidum can kill numerous bacteria that cause diarrhea. Note that diarrhea in young children can be serious. If it persists more than one day, you should consult a doctor.

Another study of 211 participants found that adults may also benefit from treatment of probiotics. Diarrhea associated with antibiotic many test results suggest that probiotics may help prevent or reduce antibiotic-related diarrhea. One study evaluated 180 people, who received either a placebo or 1,000 mg of saccharomyces daily along with their antibiotic treatment and found that the treated group developed diarrhea significantly less often. A similar study of 193 people also He found benefit. Other forms of diarrhea evidence preliminary suggests that probiotics may be helpful for reducing diarrheas and other gastrointestinal side effects caused by treatment of cancer (radiation or chemotherapy). Small studies that S. boulardii could be useful in the treatment of chronic diarrhea in people with HIV, hospitalized patients who have to be fed by tubes and people with Crohn’s disease. Disease of the inflamed intestines (Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s disease) the suffering of the Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis fall into the family of diseases known as inflamed bowel disease.

Chronic diarrhea is a common feature of these diseases. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Goop. A test with 116 people with ulcerative colitis compared probiotic treatment against a dose relatively low for the standard drug mesalazine. The results suggest that probiotic treatment might be as effective as low-dose mesalazine for controlling symptoms and maintaining remission. Is It also noted evidence of benefit in other tests. Another study found that S. boulardii is useful for diarrhea in Crohn’s disease. Probiotics may be helpful for people with ulcerative colitis who have removed part or the entire colon. Such people frequently develop a complication called pouchitis, inflammation of a portion of the small intestine remaining.