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Because i was in light hypoglycemia (0,59) and was feeling too unwell due to struggling a lot eating(because ibs makes it hard and also triggers more my anorexia) I tried eating a little but with worry Right now, because i was shaking too much feeling dizzy and really weak, i tried eating some green beans with a little bit of carrots and potato, all this was boiled then put in the oven not to eat it cold as my body is really cold I also added a little bit of thyme and salt as its supposed to be ok to digest i read online My mom wants me to eat an sugar free Apple sauce she brought me btw becauseshe is worried, my worry is, is fructose ok? Do you think it can triggers bad pain? Im struggling more and more to eat as my ibs makes my anorexia very present ( i suffer from anorexia and bulimia since iver 10 years, ibs started rencently since 1 month) Any food you would be sure are ok and would not trigger pain to suggest? I have a lot of food my anorexia makes impossible for my mind to handle eating so dont hesitate to give the more example possible Thank you so much for any help I hope someone respond im so tired please help
Jeffrey Roberts posted a topic in IBS Discussion and SymptomsDrossman: Evidence that there may be brain cell death due to the vicious cycle of pain from FGID (Functional Gastrointestinal) condition. Drossman: Validate symptoms, explain thoroughly, & don’t abandon your patients. Chey: Shared “Advice from a patient” from J Ruddy Gastroenterology 2018 Chey: Non-verbal communication is incredibly important in approaching a patient. It gives hope and trust. Chey: We’re still learning about the genetic factors behind IBS Chey: How I describe IBS to patients. With hope, trust and confidence. Chey: Role of Stress & Anxiety in GI Disorders. Anxiety... Is this a chicken and egg situation?? “It’s not all in your head but your head may be playing a role in your symptoms” Chey: Post-infectious IBS (PI-IBS), are we giving patient hope or taking it away? Chey: Potty talk. How you can talk to patients about pooping. Chey: Rodin’s “The Thinker” might just be the perfect position to have a good bowel movement! Chey: Create a spirit of collaboration. “What matters is what the patient takes away from you.” Chey: Give your patients hope.
Hi All, I'm new to this group, having just left another one that scared the hell out of me. I do have mental health issues, which I'm sure contribute to my daily struggles with IBS-C, and I do have a story, but will let you know for now I suffer from debilitating anxiety, equally debilitating IBS-C, have very little medical support, am on Constella (or Linzess, as it's know in the US), don't use stimulate laxatives, and am wondering what your views of long-term use of Constella happen to be? It's not classified as a laxative, and has no stimulant properties, and I've been on it for two years as max dose. Can anyone provide their own experiences with Constella, along with their idea about its safety for long-term use, and perhaps offer any suggestions about how I may manage IBS-C, which I've had for years and has destroyed my life (along with many other things -- I'll provide a bio later, but since the other group was not very supportive and kept telling me Constella/Linzess is a laxative, will fail, and I'd better be prepared to suffer ever more unless I did this, this, and that, I'm tentative about share too much. I will tell you' I'm 43, posted this in the IBS-C forum but didn't realize there was an introduction process, and I apologize. I am a supportive person, very sensitive, and incredibly empathetic. Any replies that are kind and not combative or dismissive would be incredible. Thank you, Seroquelled