of one or more pouches or that bulge out from the wall of a hollow , such as the . Symptoms include and in the .
About Diverticulitis Treatments
with mild symptoms and no complications usually requires a person to rest, take antibiotics, and be on a liquid diet for a period of time. If symptoms ease after a few days, the health care provider will recommend gradually adding solid foods back into the diet.
Severe cases of with pain and complications will likely require a hospital stay. Most cases of severe diverticulitis are treated with (IV) antibiotics and a few days without food or drink to help the rest. If the period without food or drink is longer, the person may be given – a method of providing an IV liquid food mixture through a special tube in the . The mixture contains , , , , and .