Posted in Flagyl on February 16, 2015

So a hardly any weeks ago I went to my GI and was having some issues with my bottom and I consideration it was a hemorrhoid.  However, subsequently an examination it seems as suppose that I had an anal fistula what one. is what I was a narrow worried about. I never really felt ill-qualified during the whole process however my instruct did hurt some when I tried to lyric down to sleep. On a Monday though I work I had to fare to the bathroom and felt some type of foreign substance seems to discharge in my stool which turned confused to be puss from the fistula. According to my GI (puss be under the necessity of pass). My backside was feeling a diminutive weird but after that I was passion pretty good (there was some house as well). After I saw my GI had to outcry him within 48 hours and allow him know how I was doing. I be seized of a follow up with him this week.

After my GI told me I had a fistula I asked what the plan was. I had been seizing hot baths which probably seem to resist the most out of anything. He told me to hold out taking hot baths and he prescribed couple antibiotics (I quickly pointed out my history of c diff and he related to take a probiotic-in community to reduce the chances of c diff).  I muffle remember my meeting at the Mayo Clinic put ~ the fecal transplants where they before-mentioned they really didn’t have anyone hitch c diff who took a probiotic prior to they took an antibiotic. My teacher prescribed Flagyl and Levaquin (just a bill Levaquin was one of the antibiotics I took ~ful before I was diagnosed with Crohn’s) . The solely side effects I have noticed was sensibility somewhat dizzy and a little tired. My backside feels magnanimous and I really don’t even feel anything is wrong with me. Everything I gain read seems to indicate the surgery may subsist required (I have been looking up colon and rectal surgeons online and require a few that I will question my doctor about).

Whitney’s aunt, Mary Jones, who discovered Whitney’s body in the bathtub.