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Why Do I Have Mucus In My Stool?

People who see mucus in their stool are always scared and confused.They can understand diarrhea but mucus? It might sound surprising to know that this is happening for a good reason. It is trying to protect you.

This occurs in more advanced cases of inflammatory bowel conditions such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s.

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Foods To Not Eat If You Have IBS, Colitis or Crohn’s.

I have stated many times that food has nothing to do with inflammatory bowel or stomach problems including acid reflux. That is true in the context of what causes these conditions. You cannot eat your way into or out of these conditions.

The nature of these conditions is that there is damage to the tissue.

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What Crohn’s Disease Is & Is Not

  • Crohn’s Disease is an inflammatory bowel condition that affects the colon.
  • Crohn’s Disease is not a disease.
  • Crohn’s Disease is a manmade condition created by exposure to antibiotics in various forms.
  • These come by way of prescribed oral or topical antibiotics and our tainted food &

Inflammatory Bowel Conditions Permanently Healing

 

If you have an inflammatory bowel condition the good news is that with the proper treatment you can permanently repair your gastrointestinal tract. The means is to replace the mucosal lining which protects the tissue of the intestinal wall. This tissue is made up of skin- fat and muscle. Without the mucosal lining our stomach acid erodes the wall and over time will create the symptoms of IBD.

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NSAIDs And Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Most people believe that Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs cause inflammatory bowel conditions. Not so. Yes it is true that the use of drugs such as aspirin- ibuprofen and naproxin can contribute to the inflammation of the gastro-intestinal tract but they are not the cause- they are only the secondary influence.

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IBD is not an Auto Immune Disease

IBS – COLITIS – UC – LEAKY GUT SYNDROME – CROHN’S DISEASE ARE NOT AUTO-IMMUNE DISEASES!

The title auto–immune disease suggests that the cause of these symptoms:

  • – diarrhea
  • – pain
  • – bloating
  • rectal bleeding and
  • mucus in the stool

is the immune system attacking the intestines for no apparent reason.

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The Truth About Inflammatory Bowel Conditions

How many times in your life you realised that the doctors do not have all the answers? How much time shall pass until you get the responsability for your own health into your own hands?

One of the basic tenets of holistic gastro-enterology is that all inflammatory bowel conditions are manmade. They are not caused by poor diets –

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The Proper Treatment Of Inflammatory Bowel Conditions

Do you know how you can get relief? Do you know how you can stop the pain and discomfort?

All Inflammatory bowel conditions being IBS –  colitis –  ulcerative colitis and crohn’s disease are the same manmade condition separated only by the amount of damage done to the colon.

The amount of damage is commensurate to the length of time one has gone without the proper treatment.

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Why Do I Have Blood In My Stool?

Should I worry if there’s blood in my stool?

The presence of blood in your stool does not typically appear unless you have a fairly severe inflammatory bowel condition.

These conditions would be ulcerative colitis or crohn’s. What it means is that your stomach acids have eaten a hole in your intestines and penetrated deep enough to erode a blood vessel causing blood to leak into your stool.

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4 Frequently Asked Questions about IBD

These are some of the questions my clients ask me about inflammatory bowel conditions.

Q. Do NSAIDS cause IBS?

A. Not directly. While they are acidic and they can upset the stomach they do not cause any of the inflammatory bowel conditions. They can only aggravate a pre-existing problem that was present from a prior use of antibiotics.

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