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Treatment of indeterminate colitis

In indeterminate colitis, it is essential to work closely with a doctor to develop a treatment plan tailored to an individual’s needs. With treatment, symptoms can be managed, and the risk of complications can be decreased.

The treatment for this type of colitis is usually easier to follow, and sometimes the disease improves without treatment. In other cases, inflammation can be more pronounced, but patients respond very well to herbal remedies with infusions and a healthy diet. Some patients may need medical treatment to improve inflammation, including anti-inflammatory medications, drugs to reduce intestinal gas production, and others to mitigate stomach-related symptoms.

Since indeterminate colitis is not associated with a specific cause, each patient should be evaluated and treated individually, and there are no standardized treatment protocols.