Ileitis in Connecticut

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What is ileitis?

Ileitis is a condition that presents with inflammation or irritation in the ileum, which is the lowest portion of one's small bowel that meets one's large intestine. Signs and symptoms of ileitis may involve those listed below:

  • Diarrhea
  • Loss of weight
  • Cramping or aching in one's abdomen, as well as fistulas (unusual openings that grow from one part to another of one's intestine)

Ileitis can result from many diseases, Crohn’s disease being the most common. Alternate precipitating factors can include infections, side effects of ischemia, NSAIDs, and unusual growths. If you require care for ileitis in Connecticut, assistance is close at hand. Receive the care you require by connecting with a GI provider at a Connecticut GI location as soon as possible.

How can ileitis be detected?

Diagnosing the cause of ileitis is critical in order to effectively manage this gastrointestinal condition and the treatment approach decided by your provider. Your gastroenterology provider will review your medical history and carry out a complete physical exam. A set of exams may also be ordered to confirm the diagnosis, which could include stool analysis, x-rays, barium x-rays of the small intestine, CT scan, colonoscopy (a narrow lighted tube is inserted into the anus for a close examination), and biopsy.

Should you feel that ileitis could be the source of your pain, reach out to your nearest Connecticut GI location to consult with a gastroenterology specialist who can give you an appropriate plan for treatment.

How is ileitis treated?

Depending upon the findings of the diagnostic assessments, ileitis may be treated through medications including antibiotics, corticosteroids, anti-inflammatories, antidiarrheal and/or immunosuppressant medications, as well as supplements to reduce inflammation and control related symptoms. A surgical procedure might be considered if symptoms cannot be managed via medications or complications are present. A surgical approach can be used to remove any damaged area and remedy perforations of the intestine or blockages. It is important to adhere to healthy lifestyle habits, exercise regularly, consume healthy foods, and quit or avoid smoking.

For further information about treatment for ileitis in Connecticut, request a consultation with any of our digestive health specialists.

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You shouldn't have to struggle with swelling and aggravation for the rest of your life. To discover more in relation to receiving ileitis treatment in Connecticut and the lifestyle changes that can be made to help yourself recover, reach out to our group of gastroenterology providers at your earliest convenience. We encourage you to contact Connecticut GI to request an appointment.

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