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kxda

108d

I’ve been posting under Crohns Disease for awhile now but my new doctor said it sounds way more like IBS and the more i look into it it makes way more sense How do i prevent or help flare ups ive tracked my food and theres never anything out of the ordinary that I’ve found causes flareups My worst symptoms are diarrhea, nausea, and hot/cold flashes And how do you cope w it? The idea of getting flare ups for the rest of my life sounds agonizing 😭

    • 100Percent_K

      23d

      What testing have they done?

      • kxda

        22d

        @100Percent_K since posting ive gotten an IBS diagnosis, still trying to figure out how to deal with it bc i was just told well you have this theres no meds or cure or specific triggers u can easily figure out sooo have a good day byeee so yeahhh-

        • 100Percent_K

          22d

          @kxda but what testing did they do to rule out all the other GI diagnoses?

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Some suggestions to prevent or help flare-ups include watching what you eat, getting plenty of sleep, staying hydrated, and managing stress. Avoiding spicy foods, fatty or greasy foods, fried, acidic, or sugary foods as much as possible can also be beneficial. After a bad day, drinking lots of fluids can help alleviate symptoms. It's also recommended to seek medical advice and not try to manage the condition alone.

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