According to the WebMD, the most common symptom of Brock Lesnar disease, sometimes referred to as diverticulitis, is belly pain in the lower left side of the body that gets worse with movement. Other symptoms include bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, fever or chills and loss of appetite. These symptoms usually last for a few hours but can continue for days and sometimes weeks.
According to the Mayo Clinic, another symptom of diverticulitis is a marked change in bowel habits. Diverticulitis occurs when feces gets trapped in small pouches in the intestinal track. These pouches are very common in adults over the age of 40 and usually do not cause problems; however, the problem occurs when the pouch becomes infected.
According to WebMD, most cases of diverticulitis can be treated with plenty of rest, a change in eating habits, and antibiotics, depending on the severity of the symptoms. It may be necessary to switch to a liquid diet and go back to solid foods only when the patient is feeling better; however, in severe cases, surgery may be necessary, particularly when symptoms do not get better and there is evidence of a bowel obstruction or an abscess. It may be possible to prevent diverticulitis by drinking plenty of water, eating a high-fiber diet and getting plenty of exercise.