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Collagenous Colitis

What is Collagenous Colitis?

Collagenous Colitis is a rare inflammatory colonic disease.

 

Collagenous Colitis is a rare inflammatory colonic disease.
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Lymphocytic Colitis related to CC Created by LCMom
Last updated 21 Jan 2009, 01:25 AM

Posted by ssheppard54
21 Jan 2009, 01:25 AM

I am 55 yr. old. This condition came upon me overnight! The Entocort has worded wonderfully, I am now only taking 1 tab. a day and the inflammation and diarrhea is under control.

Posted by LCMom
23 Dec 2008, 06:44 PM

Hi, My son was diagnosed with Lymphocytic Colitis, which is related to Collagenous Colitis. There's not much research, no good information that pertains to our situation. Have you found any useful sites? Most of what I see is on UC or Crohn's, which is not the same thing. Also, can I ask how old you are? My son is 6 y.o., which is from what I hear unusual. My main concern is prognosis for the long run for him, which is not very clear to me. Thanks!

Response to first Topic Created by nnywekim
Last updated 22 Oct 2008, 12:05 AM

Posted by ssheppard54
22 Oct 2008, 12:05 AM

Sorry, meant to mention too that I only take 3 tab. every morning, no more worry about med. all day.

Posted by ssheppard54
22 Oct 2008, 12:03 AM

I was diagnosed about a yr. ago, but had been suffering with it for 6 mn. before confirmed. No, I have never tried Asocol. Tried everything else!! This is the first med. that has worked period. Within 48 hr., I saw a change. No more bloating, "growling noises", and diarrhea!! I feel like I have my life back :) It has been a week now and I only go once a day, normal stools.

Posted by nnywekim
21 Oct 2008, 11:57 PM

I have been taking Asocol for about three years and it def. works but I am still having to take 6 pills/ day. I was curious if you tried Asocol ? How long have you had Collagenous Colitis?

Treatment finally worked!! Created by ssheppard54
Last updated 19 Oct 2008, 01:03 AM

Posted by ssheppard54
19 Oct 2008, 01:03 AM

I wanted to share a treatment that finally worked for my ongoing battle with diarrhea from the Collangonous Collitis. After trying 8 different meds with no reponse, my doctor tried me on Entocort last week. Within 48 hr., the diarrhea started slowing down. By day 3, stools started to form again and the swelling, bloating had gone down. It has only been 5 days on med and my stomach is almost what I would consider normal again. Just wanted anyone who is going through the night and day nightmare with diarrhea to see if you are a candidate for this med, it certainly worked for me!!

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Lymphocytic Colitis related to CC

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