The main symptoms of malabsorption syndrome
According to experts, violations in the workorgans of digestion, however, as well as other internal systems, can be recognized by the presence of certain non-specific signs. For organs of the gastrointestinal tract, the so-called malabsorption syndrome acts as a kind of marker. What is he like? This is what we will talk about in this article.
The mechanism of development of the disease, as is known,is to determine it. In this case, there is a violation of the absorption of nutrients. In connection with the fact that absorption is possible only in the small intestine, and therefore, disorders in the disease are observed in this organ. All other signs of malabsorption syndrome are only the resultant factors. Thus, a reduction in the absorption of substances sequentially leads to a violation of the development of feces, then there are already problems with defecation. In addition, when malabsorption syndrome occurs, the metabolic processes that occur in the body of each person are disrupted in general.
The primary causes of the disease
- Various kinds of intestinal diseases.
- Pathologies of other digestive organs (for example, hepatitis, pancreatitis, a syndrome of excess bacterial growth, cholecystitis, etc.).
- Diseases of the thyroid gland.
First of all, patients start complaining abouta disorder of the stool, or more precisely, of diarrhea. In the early stages of the disease, it is irregular. In addition, there is a sharp decrease in body weight. It is caused by a deficiency of nutrients in the body. The increased so-called bleeding, as well as the tendency of the skin to generate bruises, is another sure sign of the ailment. In this case, the reason lies in the reduced intake of fat-soluble vitamins, which play a direct role in the coagulation of blood. In fact, these are just some of the signs of this disease. Depending on the stage of development, they can be supplemented by other factors (convulsions, bloating, etc.).
Therapy for this disease is prescribedexclusively by a qualified specialist. He, in turn, must take into account the primary symptoms, as well as the individual indicators of the patient's health, and only after that go on to direct treatment. To get rid of the malabsorption syndrome, some groups of drugs will be required. Their main goal is to regulate intestinal motility. In addition, it will also require strict adherence to a special diet. It is calculated taking into account the symptoms of the disease. In some cases, if the syndrome is associated with an insufficient amount of pancreatic enzymes in the body, such medications will be needed that will fill their deficiency. In general, if all recommendations are observed by doctors, the ailment can be defeated as soon as possible.