What is diarrhea?
Dysentery is a condition in which there is pain or irritation in the rectum, for which there is frequent and thin stools or stools with mango or mucus and blood. There are two types of dysentery: bacterial dysentery caused by a microorganism called bacterium, such as Shigella or Escherichia coli (E. coli) and amoebic (bacterial) dysentery which is called Antamiba histolytica (E. histolytica) protozoa.
What are its main signs and symptoms?
Diarrhea is mostly caused by unhealthy or unhygienic environment, especially in rural India and slum areas of urban India. The disease is sometimes understood by constipation and watery stools or bowel movements. These are the symptoms that a person can experience in general
Watery or thin stools or stools or mangoes and blood in the stools or feeling pain when defecating or going to the toilet or going to the toilet
Diarrhea is often misunderstood or confused with diarrhea. The latter, however, is from toxins released from an infectious substance, and although the patient excretes thin stools in both cases, in the case of diarrhea it does not contain mango or blood.
If left untreated, the disease can cause ulcers in the colon that can occur in some cases in the rectum.
What are the main reasons for this?
The disease is caused by drinking contaminated water or eating food contaminated with germs. Depending on the type of infection, diarrhea can be of two types:
Bacterial Dysentery - It can be caused by E. coli or four different species of Shigella bacteria
Amebic (bacterial) dysentery - it is protozoan e. Is from histolytica (read more: amoebiasis treatment)
In the case of both types of disease, the infection spreads
Drinking infected water
If you do not observe cleanliness before eating, eat infected food and have oral or anal sex with an infected person.
How is it diagnosed and treated?
Some are diagnosed through general laboratory tests, e.g.
Stool examination and its microbial culture through immunochromatographic dipstick procedure If blood continues to flow with stool, endoscopy
In India, it takes the form of an epidemic during the rainy season from May to October, so the WHO has given clear guidelines for the treatment of diarrhea:
Antibiotic treatment to kill bacteria and antiprotozoa to prevent protozoa infection
Generally, 5-8 days of treatment should be enough to control the symptoms. Prolonged use of antibiotics without a doctor's advice can reduce the effectiveness of the medication. Medications are less expensive and treatment is not as painful. Some self-care and preventive counseling can help prevent the recurrence of the disease:
Adhere to healthy eating habits. Avoid defecating in an open place before eating. Drink boiling and cold water.
Lastly, dysentery, although a common disease, can be prevented or controlled by a healthy lifestyle, healthy diet and proper medication.
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Content Dysentery is a very common disease. It is difficult to find people who are not infected with this disease. However, in some cases it is long term. Some people think that he has been suffering from diarrhea for the rest of his life. What are the causes of diarrhea? So what are they? What to do when there is blood in the diarrhea and severe abdominal pain? Don't. What is your opinion on this? Tell me something about the fact that many people stop taking medicine for a day or two? IBS patients suffer for a long time. Is there no solution? What is the way to get rid of this disease? Why does a patient come to the doctor? Will I die from this disease? Will I get rid of this disease or not?
By dysentery we usually mean - amoeba (a single-celled parasite or parasite) and sigella-shigella is a type of bacterium that makes its home in the human gastrointestinal tract that is infected with blood or feces with bites or feces. Called dysentery.
"Modern technology has shown that some viruses, fungi and worms can cause germs and diarrhea."
Dysentery is a well-known disease. This disease occurs for various reasons. Secretary General of the Society of Medicine in Bangladesh and Professor of Medicine at Dhaka Medical College and Hospital Dr. spoke about this today. Faizul Islam Chowdhury.
Dysentery is a very common disease. It is difficult to find people who are not infected with this disease. However, in some cases it is long term. Some people think that he has been suffering from diarrhea for the rest of his life. What causes diarrhea?
Dysentery is a very common disease. People who have not been infected with this disease cannot be found. And there’s the kind of people who come in and say, ‘My chronic dysentery. 10 years or 12 years of dysentery. '
First of all, what is diarrhea? If you have frequent bowel movements. If blood or mucus goes with the stool, we call it diarrhea. There are two main types of diarrhea
1. Amoebic dysentery 2. Another is basillar dysentery
However, these diarrhea are not long-term. These are short-term diarrhea. Three to seven days. Even if not treated, it can go away. However, if the patient is strongly infected, it needs to be treated and it will get better within five to seven days.
But there is another type of people in our country. Those who say, ‘I have chronic dysentery.’ If I say, how do you understand chronic dysentery? Say, ‘With my stool, mucus always goes, mango goes. There is pain in the abdomen. In fact, they are not diarrhea.
So what are they?
There is another disease that is often seen in the people of our country. This is called IBS. Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It is a type of functional disease of the uterus. I say functional disease because it cannot be found by examination. No germs can be found.
No pathology can be found. If pathology is not found, we call it a functional disease. One of the nature of this disease is the occasional mango with stool. This is a symptom of IBS. It is not diarrhea.
What to do when there is blood in the diarrhea and severe abdominal pain?
From amoebic dysentery to basillaric dysentery occurs strongly. It will go with the stool mango and a lot of blood. There will be pain in the abdomen, there will be toilet. Again many times there will be pain in the abdomen but there will be no bowel movement. It can often be seen that the patient complains of other systemic diseases.
Since you are repeatedly defecating, the drink is repeatedly coming out of the body. So you have to give fluid, it's number one. And number two is that the antibiotics have to be started in the same way as the report comes with the culture sensitivity of the toilet.
Or where culture sensitivity is not possible or the patient may take two to three days to get the report, which may lead to the patient going to a critical stage, the treatment that is available without investigation should be given to him. Basically the conventional antibiotic for diarrhea should be given to him. It will work more than 95 percent.
In this case, as seen in our country, in case of diarrhea, some people start metronidazole type antibiotics on their own and do not complete any course if they get better in a day or two. What is your opinion on this?
Metronidazole may be the drug of choice if you have amoebic diarrhea. Amoebic dysentery is sometimes combined with basillar dysentery. If you have this mixed diarrhea, the amoebic part will work in metronidazole.
Metronidazole can harden the bowel with its own chemicals. Other than having diarrhea for a long time, metronidazole stopped the bowel movement with the ability to tighten its bowels. The patient thought, I have got better. Which is often the case with IBS. But after a few days it became the same again.
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