The gastrointestinal system contains over 70% of the body’s immune cells. So when immune dysfunction occurs, the bowels suffer. Ulcerative Colitis manifests with inflammation of the colon. It can begin in the rectum (end of the colon) and spread to other areas.
Oftentimes the symptoms overlap with Crohn’s; in fact, physicians and specialists may spend a great deal of time trying to differentiate between the two. However, it is more important to immediately address how the body creates and processes inflammation, and to shut “OFF” the genes responsible for dysfunctional immunity. Controlling epigenetic triggers is where most physicians miss the mark.
You may be frustrated by the lack of clear information on the topic. Typically the Ulcerative Colitis diagnosis is made with a colonoscopy or genetic test but the conclusions from either one of these studies can be inconclusive.
Colonoscopy- A biopsy is taken of the inflamed areas of the colon. If you undergo a bowel prep and do not have inflammation at the time of the study, you may get a false-negative result that underestimates the severity of illness. Genetic test- Screens for some of the gene clusters involved, but cannot determine which genes have been activated and which ones remain dormant. Getting an accurate and reliable diagnosis can be difficult. Years of precious time can go by, until a reliable treatment strategy is found. A comprehensive approach to heal the gut and reset immunity is needed to successfully manage ulcerative colitis without medications. With a carefully targeted approach, that uses the best strategies, you can undo the damage of colitis inflammation in as little as several weeks to months.Observe Real Case Studies of People who Beat Inflammation.