what are the causes of 7 years chronic diarrhea without blood and small ulcers at ileum ?
4 GI specialists at 4 Denver hospitals never knew the causes of this diarrhea or ileum ulcers despite all tests
like colonscopies endoscopies,stool,blood CT-SCAN ,MRI ...etc. I took medications of suspicious diseases as prescribed by my GI specialists like Crohns,intestinal TB ,others, infectious diseases but get more worse.
Last two years i didn't take any medications and my symptoms: diarrhea without blood,very little appetite and
only little potatos , bread,lettuce and sweet black tea as a whole daily meal.
I saw a medical special on t.v. and the same thing happened to a woman. She was needed to get vitamin B--12 shots. Her body could not absorb them orally. When the doctors finally gave the B-12 shots to her the diarrhea stopped and she felt much better. Hope this helps.
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