Ulcerative Colitis and the Treatment?

Posted by Phyllis (Carlsbad, California) on 04/02/2007

Hi, I am 48 years old and I have been strugling with this problem seance 9-11, the day I had surgrey. I did not ever have any signs of this problem but the next day when I woke up I had ulcerative Colitis? well, anyway, I had a ph of under 6.4 so I did the Soda and water, 40 mins later it read 7.1. Just before going to bed and 4 hours after dinner it was 8.0 plus. I will take it again in the a.m. I am so frustrated with all of this bleeding and stomic pain!!!!! Should I continue the soda? Signed I can't deal with this, HELP..

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

Surgery might have introduced a new pathogen causing the ulcerative colitis. Now this is a problem since we don't know the nature of the organism, whether this is a bacteria, virus, or a mycobacterium. A staph and a mycobacterium are a possibility. In one case of a known bleeding stomach, which were also an ulcerative colitis, but for me it resembled a leaky gut syndrome, a magnesium chloride 250 mg. taken 3 times a day, mixed in 1/2 glass of water killed the unknown organism. Certain kinds of staph caused ulcerative colitis seemed to be sensitive to that. However if it is a mycobacterium strain, fungus, or candida like strain the best response were 1/8 teaspoon of borax mixed in one liter of water where the dose is divided equally over the course of a day. I would imagine taken 3 or 4 times a day. Some people are sensitive to borax, so taking 2 or 3 times a week should be sufficient. Turmeric taken along for any one of the condition might further the kill, perhaps about 1/8 or 1/4 teaspoon taken 3 times a day may help.


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