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chips38

590d

can food trigger pots?

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    • redpanda3

      590d

      as far as i know yes, the blood goes to digestion and not the brain etc

    • CyberEm

      590d

      It definitely triggers mine. The blood goes to your stomach to aid in digestion and causes increased symptoms. I've found that eating more smaller meals rather than just the two or three big meals a day helps.

      • chips38

        590d

        @CyberEm does it tend to be specific foods or just eating in general?

        • CyberEm

          590d

          @chips38 I haven't noticed it being specific foods other than heavier foods. If I eat lighter, smaller portions, then I'm typically better off. Things like salad, sandwiches, wraps, and the like are typically fine. Large pasta dishes, chili, etc. I've noticed I usually have more problems with.

    • redpanda3

      590d

      as far as i know yes, the blood goes to digestion and not the brain etc

      • chips38

        590d

        @redpanda3 I've heard abdominal compression can help. Have you tried this/if so did it work?

        • redpanda3

          590d

          @chips38 i haven’t tried it yet but i have an order to get an abdominal binder

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