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Four days ago I asked about my daughters ulerative colitus,if there was hope for her future. Is there none?

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April 25, 2019 / By Farquhar
Question: I got only one answer to my question. She is 19 and right now in remission. She needs to finish college and get a job with benefits. Somebody please talk to me. I hurt so bad for her. the website livingwithus.com was an ok answer, but I want a living person right now.
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Cullen Cullen | 3 days ago
Hi There She needs to do a colon and liver cleanse to clear out the toxins in the colon and blood. This is what causes the issue. DO a 5-7 juice fast with the proper herbs and plenty of water and see the health improve dramatically. Email me with any questions. Cause This is caused by faulty diet, too many food mixtures irritating the stomach and bowels, hasty eating (insufficient mastication and saliva), taking liquids while eating, excessive use of cathartics, and foods cooked in aluminum. The infection of the bowel which results from meat-eating also gives rise to colitis and causes a spastic or contracted condition of the descending colon, a condition found in the most obstinate forms of constipation. Herbal Aids 1.Garlic Oil for Chronic Colitis, Ulcerated Stomach, etc. Take the garlic oil internally over a period of time, 1 dessert spoonful 3-4 times daily. 2.See formula for cathartic injection for colitis using bayberry, African ginger and pinus. 3.See formula for colitis using white oak, golden seal and myrrh. 4.Dr. Christopher's Colitis Formula: Contains marshmallow, slippery elm, comfrey root, lobelia, ginger, wild yam. This formula is for the relief of colitis, and should be used in conjunction with the lower bowel formula and the mucusless diet. 5.Slippery Elm: Many recommend beating up an egg with a teaspoonful of the powdered bark, pouring boiling milk over it and sweetening it. Taken three times a day this way or in the form of a mucilage it is said to be wonderful in curing gastritis, gastric catarrh, mucous colitis and enteritis. 6.From Questions to Dr. Christopher's Newsletter. Question: Is there a natural treatment for mucous colitis (spastic colon) where one could not eat raw vegetables or use laxatives? Answer: Colitis is an inflammation of the colon or large intestine and especially of its mucous membrane. This is characterized either by runny or constipated bowels, mucoid discharge from the bowel, weakness in the abdomen, recurrent headache, pain, dizziness, etc. The cause of this condition is a faulty diet, too many food mixtures which irritate the stomach and bowels, hasty eating with insufficient mastication and salivation, consuming excessive liquids with meals, overuse of cathartics and eating food prepared and served in aluminum kitchenware. The best and quickest way to treat the condition is to reverse the habits listed above: (1) Eat only when hungry and not between times of hunger. (2) Drink no fluids while eating and this includes a period of fifteen to twenty minutes before meals and thirty minutes after eating. We suggest this so that the chewing of food will produce a thin paste of liquid out of the food and natural saliva. The flowing saliva will act as a signal causing the digestive juices to start for better assimilation. (3) Follow the instructions given in The Three Day Cleanse and Mucusless Diet preferably using the carrot or apple juice as the cleansing agent. Chew the juices by swishing them around in the mouth. As suggested in the booklet, use as juice as is desired. (4) Each day have a cup, three times per day, of tea or green drink made up of three parts comfrey root or leaves, slippery elm bark, mullein leaves and one part lobelia. (5) Have a dish or more of gruel made with presoaked, low heated, uncooked grains, singly or grouped. Barley, wheat, rye, millet or buckwheat are all excellent choices. To one of the grains or a mixture of several of them add 1/4 or 1/3 of their volume in flaxseed and/or psyllium seed. When eating this gruel, honey or a fresh, first pressed, mild tasting olive oil may be used. (6) Breath deeply each day for ten minutes or more to aid digesting. (7) Use as much of our lower bowel tonicas is needed to produce three or more bowel movements per day. Think health and watch the improvement. 7.Juices for Colitis: Carrot, carrot & coconut, pear, fig. 8.Cabbage: Apply 3 or 4 layers of cabbage leaves over the abdomen each evening and secure in place to be left on overnight. Drink also the juice between meals. 9.Vegetables for Colitis: Cabbage, carrots, parsnips, winter squash. Testimonials It's been a long time since I have written you and I feel that I must tell you that I have gotten rid of the colitis I had for years and the doctors diagnosed as a nervous stomach and prescribed tranquilizers, which of course I didn't take. At that time I came across an article written by you, entitled, "Does Your Colon Feed or Poison You." I immediately started to take Red Clover Combination plus Naturalax 2, it took about six months but it finally went. The pain was very bad but all I heard from doctors was "you have a nervous stomach." but I knew it had to be more than that. I thank GOD and you. Dr. Christopher for cure that I have had due to that wonderful pamphlet that came my way, just when I needed it most. Best of health to both of you
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Cullen Originally Answered: Wanna be asked questions you probably haven't been asked before?
wow that is a lot Ever loved someone, let them go and had them come back? no Be honest. Do you ever judge people for superficial things? (ex: weight, looks) yeah i am guy Do you like nutella? i think i do, it has been a few years Do you look at the kleenex after you blow your nose? yeah, i am prone to nose bleeds Ever wished you were invisible? Why? yeah... no comment Craziest thing you’ve done on a dare? stapled stuff to my arm Have you ever called someone just to hear their voice? yes Do you act like you don’t care when you’re ex is around, then fall apart when they’re gone? yes, but i dont fall a part How long does it usually take you to get over a relationship? depends on the girl Did you go to private school? no Ever flicked a booger then found it later stuck to a different part of you? yeah Ever stuck your tongue to a cold pole? no Have you ever put make up on one of your pets? no Run your fingers along your computer. Is it dusty? the tower isn't but the monitor is Do you weigh yourself everyday? not every day ( 148 lbs) What do you do with the grocery bags after you take your groceries out of them? i have reusable bags, i fold them and put them by the door Do you change your voice when other people are around to sound girly/ditsy? Why? no Do you use whitening toothpaste?no Do you look at yourself in anything that has a reflection? sometimes Have you ever felt like a guy/girl was using you? yeah... fun! Do you wish you didn’t have to drink 8 glasses of water a day? sometimes Ever had an adult website pop up and look at it instead of closing it? yeah Do you play “he loves me, he loves me not” with flowers? no Ever used chocolate milk instead of white milk in your cereal? no milk in cereal but i do eat a lot of cereal and drink a lot of milk Ever snuck into a swimming pool? no Ever peed in the water? i have peed in ponds Would you ever get plastic surgery? maybe but not now Do you wash your hands after touching money? no, should i? Do you consider yourself a follower or a leader? both Ever put laxatives in someone’s food? no Would you ever hook up with a friends ex? maybe Do you know how to skateboard? yes... but it has been a while. snowboarding is better Finish this sentence.... “she’s a good girl, she’s crazy about Elvis, loves horses and her..." taco bell Ever gone skydiving? no Ever walked through a graveyard at night? no Are you a tease? yes Can you type without looking at the keyboard? yes but i look at first to make sure my fingers are on the right keys Are you a chapstick addict? i lost both of mine Do you flush public toilets using your foot or hand? foot if i can Ever poured your drink on someone? If so, why? no Ever put out a candle using just your fingers? yeah Biggest lie you ever got caught telling? not sure it has been awhile Ever make faces at yourself in the mirror when no one’s looking? yeah! Ever used a pay phone that smelled like old man cologne? no Have you ever told someone that you hate them to their face? yes One trend that needs to retire? fakeness Do you bite your fingernails?yeah

Asshur Asshur
My daughter-in-law has ulcerative colitis and would have some very severe flareups. She started taking all natural Optiflora daily and it actually started the healing process and started treating the cause and not just the symptoms. Optiflora is a two product system which includes Probiotic (Bifidus & Acidophilus...microflora) + Prebiotic (FOS...food source for microflora). Patented guaranteed delivery of 500 million microflora to intestines and colon. Other products claim live microflora at the time of manufacture only. It's available for order on-line. Other beneficial supplements include: B-Complex: anti-stress Alfalfa Complex: provides vitamin K for healing, anti-inflammatory, overcomes mineral deficiencies due to frequent elimination. Hope this is useful and feel free to contact me with questions or if you wish to know the website.
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Verina Verina
Well, I work in a gastroenterology office. The treatment of Ulcerative colitis depends on the location of the disease. If limited to the sigmoid and rectum, (the last foot) then Hydrocortisone enemas can help control flares. If the entire colon is involved, or if there are skipped areas, then drugs like Asacol ,and others, helps control the disease and flares. It does not come on as a result of your diet. It seems to happen to families, and should be managed by a gastroenterologist, in my opinion.
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September September
I got married 5 years ago and did follow this tradition. He was dead chuffed and thinking about it - I would be too - It is a polite thing to do even if it is an old tradition with little value other than manners. If you are going to take the plunge good luck.
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Olivette Olivette
I really don't understand what you're speaking about, give me a hand here, please. Ulcerated colitis is ulcers in the large colon and just what is you worry about this please? her future? why do you "hurt so bad? there is no need to be? really. What she is going to have is an over active colon and gassy, like I have, meaning, I Pass gass a lot (fart) other then this I have no idea what your your talking about, something that your not perhaps writing down plainly.
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Olivette Originally Answered: What can I do to help my daughters constipation?
Miralax works best given on a routine basis. If it works well for your daughter, you may be able to give it to her every other day or just a couple times a week. Keep it on a schedule to help keep her regular. Discuss the dosing with your doctor and ask about using a pediatric glycerin suppository when she has difficulty going. You can buy these over-the-counter, as well. It seems you are doing well adjusting her diet. Increase fiber. Try mixing bran flakes, prune juice, and plain yogurt in the blender to make a pudding. Give this to her once a day----she will like the sweet flavor, it's good for her, and will help with the constipation!

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