Colitis is an inflammatory process in the intestines, due to which the functionality of the gastrointestinal tract is disturbed – suction and motor function. The patient establishes the diagnosis by a coprogram, sigmoidoscopy, colonoscopy and other endoscopic examinations.
Colitis can develop in such forms – infectious, spastic, ischemic, atonic, pseudomembranous, medicinal, allergic, alcoholic, ulcerative, erosive, mucous. Depending on these types of ailment, doctors prescribe medication.
Antibacterial treatment is fundamental for successful therapy of this disease. However, improperly selected medications not only will not bring results but will exacerbate the situation, causing addiction in microorganisms and making them more resistant to drugs.
Therefore, before you appoint any pills, you need to identify the pathogen. This is necessary to understand who is to fight with and to determine the sensitivity of this pathogen to specific drugs. In this case, treatment will be rapid and effective.
The treatment regimen must also include pain medication if pain syndrome is present, antispasmodics if necessary, and other symptomatic medications.