NicoIsTired

535d

other than meds, what is the best way to deal with gastrointestinal symptoms and pain?

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    • justkittenya

      533d

      Many people have made wonderful suggestions. Looking at foods on the low FODMAP diet and trying to avoid foods in high histamine.

    • Laiylah

      535d

      Alkaline things like water and melon not citrus fruits

    • AudaCity

      535d

      Keep track of what foods make you feel worse and avoid them! I have foods I absolutely avoid and it lessens my symptoms a bit.

    • Blair_Waldorf

      535d

      i have been struggling with this so much recently. and every med prescribed causes some other symptom so i get it, it really sucks

    • Magpie42

      535d

      I have non-celiac gluten intolerance. It may be worth a shot to try an elimination diet. Lots of us have gluten and dairy issues. I will die with a wedge of cheese in my hand though. Lol.

      • justkittenya

        533d

        @Magpie42 Same! There is no replacement for cheese. When I suffer for it, I both chastise myself and reminded myself cheese is worth it. 🤣

    • Magpie42

      535d

      Oh!! Bone broth and congee are amazing for a couple of days to help calm everything down.

      • Blinky

        534d

        @Magpie42 AH I just learned what congee is very recently from a friend. I feel so smart

    • justkittenya

      533d

      Many people have made wonderful suggestions. Looking at foods on the low FODMAP diet and trying to avoid foods in high histamine.

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