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Is it possible to heal diverticulitis naturally? Let’s say a routine colonoscopy has confirmed that the abdominal complications you have been experiencing is a consequence of diverticulitis. You have been prescribed antibiotics as the recommended conventional treatment for the disease but is this approach in your best interest? Antibiotic treatment has its own risks and can cause pain within the first few days of treatment in which patients are then usually prescribed narcotics. So what should you do? Ignoring signs of the failing health of your digestive tract can lead to worsening symptoms, weakened immunity, and the possibility of interventions like unnecessary surgery in the future. Fortunately, there are natural and inexpensive ways you can treat the infection residing in your digestive tract and prevent flare ups from occurring. In this article, you will discover 4 steps to heal diverticulitis naturally. What Causes Diverticulitis? Small, tubular shaped bulging sacs along the gastrointestinal tract increase in prevalence with age affecting 70% of individuals before they reach 80 years old (13). These pouches are called diverticula and usually concentrate along the colon. In Continue reading >>

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  1. brahdoogie

    Is this just a coincidence? Has anyone else started keto and have their appendix removed?

  2. NotAFrenchSupermodel

    Its a modern problem, some note countries with squat toilets have no issues with appendicitis. It's the way pressure is exerted on the bowels with western style toilets. Squatting evacuates the appendix by pressure on the right thigh.

  3. Ashrael

    Holy Crap! I re-started Keto last Monday and had an appendectomy last Saturday... Still, I think it was coincidental, I'd been on Keto for months in 2013 with no issues. Anyway, at least you know it won't happen again! All the best for your recovery.

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Gallbladder Disease And The Standard American Diet – My Personal Account

Do you suffer from gallbladder pain or gallstones? Many doctors suggest eating a so-called “low-fat” diet, taking drugs, and if trouble persists, having the gallbladder removed (cholecystectomy). The biggest problem with this advise is that doctors will tell patients that something is actually wrong with the organ itself – that it’s malfunctioning, and needs to be removed. That’s only part of the story. Most of the time, they completely fail to mention the cause of gallbladder disease in the first place. Patients are told the terrible news – that gallstones usually cannot be avoided. The other organ doctors are fond of harvesting, which we are told we can do without, is the appendix. Again, no one mentions to patients why their appendix is failing. Although you might be told that for some unknown reason, the appendix becomes clogged with toxins over time – and there is nothing you can do about it. But actually, this is not the case. The purpose of the gallbladder and appendix Like the appendix, which has finally been acknowledged recently by modern medicine to actually “having a function” in supporting the endocrine and immune systems, the gallbladder has long bee Continue reading >>

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  1. MDS

    In light of the information Palmer posted showing severe abdominal pain as a
    potential side effect of ketosis, I'd like to say two things. First, as the
    information itself seems to indicate, only a small minority have experienced
    this. Second, you can count me in that small minority because the same
    thing happened to me the first and last time I did the induction phase. I
    was almost done with that phase when the pain hit me like a ton of bricks.
    I went to the local medical center, and the doctor on duty suspected
    appendicitis and sent me to the emergency room via ambulance, but the
    hospital staff determined that it wasn't appendicitis and decided it was
    either a stomach bug or constipation. Let me stress here that Palmer is not
    trolling or joking around. I was in so much pain in the hospital that they
    had to put me on morphine. I quit the induction phase early and began
    taking in more carbs while still keeping them below 125g per day. The pain
    went away within two days. I eventually quit low-carbing altogether until I
    was diagnosed with diabetes six weeks ago. My doctor told me to cut my carb
    intake, and when I told her about my past experience with Atkins, she told
    me to avoid ketosis because of the potential problems, like severe abdominal
    pain. She didn't really give me any specific advice on which diet to try,
    and since then I have normalized my blood sugar and am slowly losing weight
    by keeping my carb intake at less than 100g per day.
    I must admit that I'm rather surprised that so many people here overlooked
    where Palmer said he was on a low-carb diet that wasn't Atkins. I'd be
    ****ed too if people ignored something I said and then accused me of being a
    liar or a troll. To the rest of you more courteous people, I understand how
    you might not be able to relate to Palmer's situation, but I do think that
    it shows a need for more research into this as well as a greater need for
    understanding that some people can and do suffer from severe abdominal pain
    caused by ketosis.
    --
    MDS (Mister Doctor Sir)

  2. MDS

    "Wayne Crannell" wrote in message
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    In article ,
    "MDS" wrote:
    some people can and do suffer from severe abdominal pain
    caused by ketosis.
    --
    MDS (Mister Doctor Sir)
    Wow...amazing that in five years of reading the books, reading the
    newsgroups, and researching I've never heard of this. Good thing I have
    a 'doctor' to keep me updated.
    Wow! I have a doctor, too! And she warned me about ketosis! I guess that
    means your doctor is smarter than my doctor.

  3. In light of the information Palmer posted showing severe abdominal pain as a
    potential side effect of ketosis, I'd like to say two things. First, as the
    information itself seems to indicate, only a small minority have experienced
    this. Second, you can count me in that small minority because the same
    thing happened to me the first and last time I did the induction phase. I
    was almost done with that phase when the pain hit me like a ton of bricks.
    I went to the local medical center, and the doctor on duty suspected
    appendicitis and sent me to the emergency room via ambulance, but the
    hospital staff determined that it wasn't appendicitis and decided it was
    either a stomach bug or constipation. Let me stress here that Palmer is not
    trolling or joking around. I was in so much pain in the hospital that they
    had to put me on morphine. I quit the induction phase early and began
    taking in more carbs while still keeping them below 125g per day. The pain
    went away within two days.
    Now this is a classic. We're supposed to believe that during induction
    you had stomach pain so severe you went via ambulance to the emergency
    room. The pain was so bad, you were put on morphine. Then you tell
    us that as a result of that you "quit the induction phase early and
    began taking in more carbs while still keeping them below 125g per
    day."
    Am I the only one that finds this quite amazing? If you were in such
    pain and went through that experience, any normal person would have
    immediately just gone back to normal eating, not fooling around with
    modifying the LC plan by upping the carbs, but keeping them under 125
    to see what would happen next.
    I don't doubt that some people could experience stomach problems from a
    sudden radical change in diet, whether to LC or anything else. But
    from some of what I'm hearing here and from Palmer, I have serious
    doubts as to the veracity of these events.

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Strange And Schafermeyer's Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 4e >

Abdominal pain accounts for approximately 10% visits and elicits a broad differential, with more serious etiologies often presenting similar to processes that are benign and self-limited.1 The most frequently encountered surgical and medical causes of abdominal pain are addressed herein, including causes of abdominal pain that are unique to the female and male reproductive tracts. Abdominal pain can be visceral or somatic. Visceral pain is poorly localized and difficult to describe, even in older children; somatic pain is intense and readily localized. Referred pain syndromes manifested as abdominal pain may be characteristic of a variety of clinical problems. An effective relationship with the caregiver and careful observation can provide abundant information about a child's diagnosis. With older patients, the presence of a caregiver may hinder communication, particularly when needing an accurate sexual history. Overall, formulate questions appropriate for the child's level of development, regardless of the patient's age. Use open-ended inquiries over “yes or no” questions. Create a preliminary differential diagnosis, including abdominal conditions, systemic illnesses, and ref Continue reading >>

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  1. Jeremiahs40

    Is it possible that I contacted appendicitis being on keto?

  2. EZB

    You can get appendicitis on any diet. So it’s possible that you got it while on keto, but not likely it was because of keto

  3. Jason_Fletcher

    Did you?

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