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... I want to give a background about what I had been experiencing because I think it is important to understand that everyone is different in their hemorrhoid experiences. ... (0 replies)
... gut connection and how worry will actually make your symptoms worse. ... (5 replies)
... Even so called gluten free products often are made where gluten is, so avoid the breads, crackers, etc. completely. They are poison to you. ... (8 replies)

... Yes, protein is important, because for those who tend to have lots of diarrhea lose a lot of weight. The protein is good for the whole body to maintain muscle strength and weight. ... (11 replies)
... nack bars. I suffered from a fissure for 8 months. I tried every conservatie method and medication there was and it still would not heal fully. It would start to heal then it would tear open, over and over again. Finally I decided to have the surgery. Best thing I ever did. ... (79 replies)
... I need to intake about 7 to 8 grams of psyllium fiber supplement daily. It is a natrual water soluble fiber and the capsules work well for my wife that has a hiatal hernia and they don't cause bloating since they dissolve further down the digestive tract. ... (16 replies)
... I wish I could take credit for the pocket PDR, but it was my sister who brought it to me after he had his original surgery as I was wondering what the different meds he was being given in the hospital were for. ... (7 replies)
... grams is a teaspoon. The fiber needs to be a combination of both soluble fiber and insoluble fiber. ... (16 replies)
... and found out that I have Chron's disease. I had 2 colonoscopies in there and I'm tellin ya, not fun. IF you have a bacterial infection of some sort or a urinary tract infection that can maybe trigger IBS, colitis? ... (13 replies)
... I want to point out that I make myself get out of bed an walk around some. ... (131 replies)
... I know how you feel. When my kids were born 5 and 8 years ago it was like my body turned on me. I felt sick all the time. I even became more sensitive to medications that I used to take with no problems. I have had just about every test done too and have even been to Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. ... (4 replies)
... You know what amazes me is the people that tell you to take things like fiber supplements and are flat not familiar with how they work and we have to find out and do the research for ourselves. But,I'm glad you asked.Fiber is needed by evertbody to move food through our digestive tract. ... (3 replies)
... Hi twisten, my apologies for not getting back to you sooner. ... (38 replies)
... that were near my anal opening and a banding for an internal hemorrhoid. ... (2 replies)
... just my abdomen from the hernia surgery...again I wouldn't do both at the same time. If I had it to do over again, I'd ask my surgeon if it'd be ok to take a laxative the day before to get as much poop out of me before surgery as possible. ... (131 replies)
... I will try to let you know how this has gone for me so far, but you'll have to decide if we are starting from the same place before surgery. I went into surgery in a pretty healthy state. ... (131 replies)
... That makes sense to me. ... (4 replies)
... is called an anal fissure. It's a tear in the lining of the anus. Fissures happen when you pass large, dry stools that overstretch your opening or strain a lot to have a bm. Do you mind my asking if you are constipated? ... (4 replies)
... Have you considered to use Metamucil Smooth which bulks up the stool? ... (5 replies)
... Diet, as simple as it can be...has a part in the activity of the digestive tract...as can stress. ... (6 replies)


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