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553d

I really would appreciate any advice on how to stay hydrated during flares. I get sick when I drink water or any electrolytes when I’m feeling this bad but I know the hydration would help tremendously.

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    • zav

      549d

      I love nutrition shakes. Not because of the nutrients but just because they’re tasty, they’ve been a great way for me to stay hydrated recently. Mine are “Ensure” original in milk chocolate flavor.

    • zav

      549d

      I love nutrition shakes. Not because of the nutrients but just because they’re tasty, they’ve been a great way for me to stay hydrated recently. Mine are “Ensure” original in milk chocolate flavor.

    • KoiPond

      549d

      Milk helps me. It stays put longer than water which I tend to pee out more than I talk in. Also we make broths (salted) in our instant pot. In fridge they make cool tasty drinks also.

    • ginkgowink

      553d

      Is it the flavor of electrolytes that makes you sick? If so, you could try Buoy hydration drops. I haven’t tried it yet but it’s supposed to be flavorless in anything but water so you can add to tea, juice, etc.

    • ChronicWitch

      553d

      Call me crazy but if you tolerate it: pickle juice. Popsicle can be a option too! And electrolyte replacements like: drip drop, liquid iv and many others. Gatorade and pedialyte can help too

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