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What is Colitis?

About Colitis

Inflamed colon (or large intestine) is also referred to as colitis. Colitis can be caused by food poisoning due to disease-causing organisms like Salmonella and Escherichia coli. The condition may also be a result of autoimmune reactions and a shortage of blood supply to the colon. Regardless of its cause, people suffering from colitis normally report symptoms including diarrhea and abdominal pain. 

There are different types of colitis, including ischemic colitis, chemical colitis, infectious colitis, microscopic colitis, ulcerative colitis, C. diff colitis, and Crohn’s disease. Colitis may be mild, moderate, or severe, and specific symptoms may occur depending on the type of colitis.

Common symptoms include:

  • Irregular bowel movements
  • Diarrhea (sometimes blood-stained)
  • Constipation
  • Cramping

People suffering from colitis may also experience:

  • Chills and fever
  • Tenesmus (the persistent desire to have a bowel movement)
  • Successive abdominal pain that leads to diarrhea, resolving afterward.
  • Hemorrhoids resulting from diarrhea 

Colitis Diagnosis

Colitis may be diagnosed by examining a patient’s symptoms and medical history. Colonoscopy and other imaging tests may also be performed. Depending on the type of colitis, your physician will prescribe the best course of treatment. While blood-stained diarrhea is not uncommon, sufferers are advised to see their physician if colitis is suspected.

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Recent Colitis Reports

Either the coffee the water the machine the milk some sort of bactheory happened to somebody else I know as well. But I became horribly I'll in the middle of dinner Christmas. Thought I was having gas. I got up and walked around and it started getting... See More Then I started seeing stars I got up to go to bathroom and I passed out on the floor when I came to I couldn't get up.
Mom and other person got me up and we made over to the heater, they let go of me and my knees buckled I landed on moms foot she thought I broker toes.she unzipped my pants and sat down. He said it was 4hours of excruciating pain and liquid running out of my rear end mom wanted to call ambulance but o wouldn't let her. Finally I made my way to spare room and passed out. Slept til 930 slept all day yesterday. Still bleeding today still have horrible cramps. It happened on Christmas Eve
Went to the emergency room hospital in Coronado determined that I obtained colitis. Oddly enough a friend that of a friend was that she wrote the same day and had the exact same thing that I had to drink from another store and ended up with the same thing | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Cramps, Gas
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11/04 update: at my own home with maple Cheerios. twice after eating violently ill with colitis and gastrointestinal problems. | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Soreness See Less

I’m the only one in the family who ate it (fries, mcchicken and sundae) on Thursday afternoon. I woke up with a fever Friday morning, severe abdominal cramps that comes and goes every 20 mins and diarrhea started Friday afternoon. I have been admitted to the ER and diagnosed with colitis. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Fever, Cramps See Less

Got a crispy chicken salad and had to go to the ER for infectious colitis caused by contaminated food. I’ve been in the hospital for 48 hours and just gave birth to my daughter a month ago and instead of being home with her I’m stuck in a hospital. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting See Less

Friday evening, July 22, 2022, I ate a Spicy Chicken Filet and Salad from here. My husband ate something else and did not get sick. He ate my salad, so the chicken was the culprit. Within a few hours my heart was pounding, with a severe headache... See More and severe abdominal cramps. I then had bloody diarrhea and heavy sweating. When I tried to get my husband, I blacked out and collapsed to the floor, unconscious for several seconds. When I awoke, I was paralyzed and could not speak. Then my speech was slurred. I couldn't get up, and my husband couldn't get me up. I laid on the floor until, I was able to get to my feet. I was sick all night, and had chills. I went to the ED and Food Poisoning was confirmed. The bleeding lasted for three days! My labs confirmed food poisoning, and a CT Scan, confirmed Acute Colitis. I am taking an antibiotic. Six days later, I am feeling better, but not 100%. My appetite has not fully returned. I thought that I was dying! I will never eat there again! | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Cramps, Bloody Stool, Headache, Sweating See Less

I ordered breakfast chicken mini biscuits and hash browns after I ate it I started feeling sick hours later with diarrhea the diarrhea was so bad I started passing white mucus and it was bright yellow I went to the Er and they diagnosed me with acute... See More colitis . I’m so disappointed and scared to eat anything again and now have to go back and forth to the doctor for scans and colonoscopy which is so expensive | Symptoms: Diarrhea See Less

I think they undercook the chicken sometimes. I have learned to not immediately eat it and to make sure it looks fully cooked. I was so sick from the chicken minis once. When my stomach started to hurt. I realized it was slightly pink.
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Had chicken select, next day ended up in AE and hospital for 7 days with food poisoning (Campolybacter) and this caused Colitis with intestinal bleeding. | Symptoms: Diarrhea See Less

My mom, her partner, and his daughter ate Buffalo wings here. She is now hospitalized with colitis possibly caused by food poisoning from their chicken. All 3 of them definitely got food poisoning after eating the wings, but my mother got the worst outcome due to her weak immune system. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting See Less

I had breakfast on 9/1/21 of this lucky charms cereal not even hours later I was in the er with severe stomach pain and bloody diarrhea and nausea I hadn't eaten anything else that day and days to come and never touched that cereal again ! And... See More wont ! I was diagnosed with colitis but other then that they had no explanation other then it was something I ate

07/15 update: I am still going to GI appointments I have still some symptoms mostly GI issues but I no longer eat it and wont | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Stomach Pain, Bloody Stool
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June 23rd I came down with chills and body aches, the 24th nausea and diarrhea started and I went to the er with high fever and shaking chills and aches, stool testing and CT scan revealed Campylobacter infection that had caused colitis. Had to take antibiotics and... See More diarrhea lasted about 3 more days. Campylobacter is a food borne illness but no one else in my household got ill and I have no idea where it came from. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Fever, Chills, Body Ache, Shaking See Less

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