Diverticulitis is the inflammation of a diverticula. Often you don’t just get inflammation. Also infection happens when bacteria get trapped inside one of these bulges. Do everything you can in daily life and diet to stop ‘harmless’ diverticulosis from becoming diverticulitis. We suggest that you take Aloeride daily as one part of the advice given in News on how to help diverticulitis yourself.
You can be pleased that only around fifteen percent of people with diverticulitis experience bleeding. Bleeding is usually painless and most of the time it resoves itself. The most common complication is an abscess. This is a pus filled cavity in the tissue outside the large intestine. A fistula is another common one. When infected tissues come into contact with each other, these can stick together. After the tissues have healed, a fistula may form.
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