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Viotteli

886d

In 2021 I got mono/epstein barr and it ruined my gut health and following that my intestinal mobility slowed, i became intolerant to many foods, and everything upset my stomach. Right now i’m on a low FODMAP diet to help the stomach pain but I still cannot go to the bathroom regularly and I don’t want to diet like this forever. Has anyone successfully been able to beat their IBS/G.I. problems? And how??

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    • lilly109876

      886d

      My doctor gave me a fiber supplement called Metamucil and my problems got a lot better after that

    • lilly109876

      886d

      My doctor gave me a fiber supplement called Metamucil and my problems got a lot better after that

    • whatsherface

      886d

      Oh and limit NSAIDs, which is difficult with my frequent headaches

    • whatsherface

      886d

      I have to take 400mg magnesium glycinate twice a day, and quit keto to stay regular. I also avoid a few specific things that seem to make my ibs-c worse: diet soda, popcorn in high quantities, cruciferous veg, high lactose dairy things like cream and yogurt, mushrooms in high quantities.

    • lunae

      886d

      Have you tried testing for food allergies and what not? Try gluten free, soy free, dairy free, if you haven't already or an antiflammatory diet

    • lunae

      886d

      This has been me after h.pylori and that was in 2012.. following this.

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