All people are currently looking for symptoms of the pope’s diverticulitis, and they want to know if he will undergo surgery or can be cured, and Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni revealed his disease.
Diverticulitis of the colon, affected by the Pope, needs surgery
Bruni spoke about the Pope’s disease and that it is diverticulitis, which is found in colon He is scheduled to undergo an operation at the Emily Hospital in Rome, for an intervention that helps treat diverticulitis, and the operation will be performed by Sergio Alfieri.
As for the disease of the Pope, it is known as diverticulitis of the colon, which is generally an inflammation that causes the appearance of many small-sized cysts in the walls of the colon, which are called hollow cysts or bulges with diverticula.
This disease is a small, swollen pockets inside the lining of the digestive system, and they are mostly found in the lower part of the large intestine “colon”, a problem that is common after the age of 40 years.
The symptoms of diverticulitis of the colon are:
- vomiting, nausea;
- Severe pain in the abdomen when touched.
- Diarrhea and severe constipation.
The way to treat it is through changing the diet and antibiotics, and in some times when it is severe, he resorts to surgery, which is what happened to the Pope, and there are many factors that increase his infection, namely:
- Lack of exercise.
- A diet high in animal fats and low in fiber.
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