The symptoms and signs depend on the progression and severity of the disease. The most common are:
bleeding from the intestine
urgent need to defecate
nocturnal enuresis (bed wetting)
Pain and a feeling of tenseness in the lower abdomen are also common. The pain is not usually as severe as in Crohn's disease. Systemic signs such as nausea, fatigue, elevated temperature, rapid heartbeat, weight loss, point to a more severe ongoing illness. Inflammation and bleeding also often cause the development of anaemia.
Genetic, immune and environmental factors play important roles in the onset and development of UC. BICOM bioresonance can be used to determine what factors contributed to its development, which makes them easier to target and remove. We often receive patients who are already taking appropriate medication but are still experiencing discomfort. In these cases, BICOM bioresonance helps in stabilising the symptoms and thus complements existing conventional therapy. After that, we will arrange with your doctor to proceed and continue your joint treatment.