Bowel inflammation are very unspecific. This makes it so difficult to recognize the disease immediately. For this reason, a thorough examination by a doctor is essential; he can identify the symptoms of intestinal inflammation and thereafter recommend treatment. Which signs and complaints appear most frequently?
Inflammation of the intestines manifests itself differently in each person affected: While one person has the entire set of symptoms, the other is lucky and has only a few complaints. Which bowel inflammation symptoms actually occur depends on the individual circumstances. The typical signs of intestinal inflammation are:
People often misinterpret their symptoms, ignore them or try to treat them themselves. But this is not always the right way. Because with the wrong medication or without treatment, the symptoms only become stronger, the inflammation spreads to other areas of the stomach or intestine and becomes chronic.
Many forms of intestinal inflammation are easily treatable if a correct diagnosis has been made previously. Depending on the severity and type of inflammation, different treatment options may be considered. In severe inflammations, antibiotic therapy is often the right choice. In the case of chronic intestinal inflammations, however, the symptoms occur in episodes. Therefore, Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis are treated with medication that weakens the episodes. It is not possible to cure both intestinal diseases. The aim is to inhibit the inflammations, to keep the pain as low as possible and to prevent cramps and diarrhoea.
For the INTEST.pro intestinal examination only a small stool sample is necessary. The experts in the BIOMESlaboratories analyse your stool sample in detail according to the latest biotechnological standards1 and prepare the results for you in a Dashboard.
There you will find out whether there are anomalies in your intestinal flora To keep the bacteria of your intestinal flora in their natural state of balance, it is mainly the bacterial diversity that counts. In addition, the proportion of harmful bacteria (proteobacteria) should be as low as possible, because they can cause complaints, including inflammation.
If the test reveals a certain predisposition, intolerance or intestinal diseases, you should get to the bottom of your symptoms with a doctor.