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Study says aggressive treatment for diverticulitis is often overused

January 15, 2014


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February 23, 2014

I do think it might claim myself within the proper way. Based away of which analyze I wish to offer this normal water a go, could everyone advise this? In any other case, please express the reason why.

February 17, 2014

I eat a lot of the vegetable that were mentioned at the end of the article. I was astounded that these may be causing some problems. This article was an eye opener in the fact that I may be seeking treatment soon. I really don’t want to experience the side effect of an aggressive treatment if it isn’t necessary.

February 15, 2014

post I think it would say me in the right direction. Based off that study I want to give this water a try, would anyone recommend this? If not, please state why.
February 7, 2014

Healthy foods can be culprit in some certain diseases. While fiber is good for our health (as some researches said), on the condition of diverticular too much fiber can be so harmful. After understanding the symptoms and knowing what foods to avoid, listening to your body is an important thing you should do. Your body will honestly tell you when you should stop eating a particular food or instead, need to have more. Seeing a doctor is a good idea, but none understands your body better than your own.

Nahim Siope
January 27, 2014

I really didn’t know anything about the condition until I read this article. Thank you for the heads up!!

January 27, 2014

If you feel the pain in diverticulitis one can just lie down on the bed and use a heating pad..that alleviates the pain.

James Lee Benton
January 17, 2014

I have been researching treatments for my gout which I think is very similar to diverticulitis. I heard from a friend that drinking ionized water is beneficial for the stomach for things like acid reflux. Upon further investigation I found one site with links to many medical articles on the water. In particular what interested me was a study which stated that electrolyzed reduced water benefited the anaerobic microflora in the intestines. I am interested in what others may think of this. I am really thinking about using this water to see if it can alleviate my condition.If I could get some comments from others and their thoughts or the author of this post I think it would say me in the right direction. Based off that study I want to give this water a try, would anyone recommend this? If not, please state why.

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