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part of the colon It is the last part of the digestive system. which is where food passes and becomes feces before excreting from the body This disease is caused by a weak colon. resulting in a small bag This can cause swelling from inflammation or infection. The outlook for treatment is positive but recurring. Possible complications: bleeding, ulcerative colitis, intestinal obstruction, intestinal abscess

Inflammation and infection of the intestinal sac, causing a purulent abscess, causing symptoms. An abscess ruptures when food friction moves through the intestines. Pressure from food or stool can cause weakening of the intestinal wall. And this disease is not genetically transmitted or develops into cancer.

Abdominal cramps and abdominal pain usually occur in the lower left abdomen. Usually the symptoms are severe and sudden. Other duties include fever, chills, constipation or diarrhea, loss of appetite, or nausea.


From the history taking, physical examination, blood test, X-ray, CT scan, blood test to look for infection, CT sacn to find the site of infection and inflammation. Other checks such as Colonoscopy or starch ingestion is not necessary in patients who are inflamed and symptomatic as they may rupture the infected intestinal sac.

If there are no severe symptoms or complications can be examined as an outpatient Just suggest to relax and Eat soft or liquid food. give antibiotics If you have to stay in the hospital. Treatment is the same as for outpatients. But need to give water, intravenous fluids and antibiotics. Along with painkillers, at first it is necessary to temporarily refrain from food and gradually give up a high-fiber, low-fat liquid diet. for those who are severely ill The affected colon should be surgically removed.

Things to do
Medication should be taken as prescribed by the doctor.
Eat foods that are high in fiber, low in sodium, low in fat and avoid constipation. which reduces the chances of inflamed intestinal cyst
You should drink plenty of water when you have symptoms.
Should keep the body moving in moderation.
should maintain weight within the standard If overweight should be reduced
The level of bowel movements should be maintained within the normal range.
You should see your doctor immediately if there is blood in your stool. or abnormal bowel movements or weight loss can't find a reason
You should immediately notify your doctor if your abdominal pain gets worse.
You should immediately notify your doctor if you have a fever.

do not do
Do not use laxatives

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