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Old 01-09-2003, 08:37 AM   #1
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DID ANY ONE EVER USE ROWAMINO SUPPOSITORIES FOR A BOWEL INFLAMMATION? THEY WERE PRESCRIBED FOR ME BACK IN SEPT. AFTER A COLONOSCOPY SHOWED A BOWEL INFLAMMATION. BUT THE PROBLEM STILL REMAINS AFTER USING ABOUT 56 OF THEM. THE DR. WONT TRY ANY THING ELSE, EVEN THOUGH I TOLD HIM THERES NO IMPROVEMENT! ANY ONE EVER USE THESE SUPPOSITORIES, ROWAMINO? THANKS, MARZIE

 
Old 01-09-2003, 03:45 PM   #2
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The herb chamomile is a very good anti-inflammatory, so drinking chamomile tea can help to reduce inflammation in your stomach and bowels.

I would also suggest that you start either eating some live yogurt or taking Acidophilus caps to re-balance the good bacteria in your gut. Take them twice daily on an empty stomach and keep them in the fridge. You can get them from any good healthfood store.

As for the suppositories that you talk about, I have never heard of these or even taking supps to reduce inflammation in the bowel, only glycerine supps for helping constipation.

 
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The herb chamomile is a very good anti-inflammatory, so drinking chamomile tea can help to reduce inflammation in your stomach and bowels.

I would also suggest that you start either eating some live yogurt or taking Acidophilus caps to re-balance the good bacteria in your gut. Take them twice daily on an empty stomach and keep them in the fridge. You can get them from any good healthfood store.

As for the suppositories that you talk about, I have never heard of these or even taking supps to reduce inflammation in the bowel, only glycerine supps for helping constipation.

 
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