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Wendelann

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  1. Dairy is very hard on my system so I stay clear of it as best as I can. Maybe some day it won't be so bad but for now I am so sensitive to so many things.
  2. Thanks very much! Before I was experiencing such high acidity that my guts (not really my stomach) were on fire all the time until it would end in diarrhea Now that I am not eating gluten, and a whole host of other things, I don't have that problem! Although I have swung in the complete opposite direction. As I has constipation now. Which is not great but it is a welcome change after what it's been like!
  3. Ah thanks! It's crazy how life takes a turn sometimes. I do have a pleasure like that! And you're right it helps tremendously. Thank you!
  4. I am in the same boat with you. I just started after fighting to accept it for months. Now that I am on the right track I am seeing more and more foods that are harsh on my system. I wonder though if it is because of the extensive damage to the small intestine? I have stuff come out whole that I ate the day before I take supplements though and that seems to be managing my nutrients for the most part This whole thing is like one massive head game! I think that even though I have had a rough time physically it has been equally hard mentally and emotionally.
  5. Wow okay so this is my very first time on the forum and I have to say that I am impressed with what you wrote here. I have only been dealing with the gastro stuff for about 4 months. It is very tough. I have a hard time with most foods now too. I think I haven't healed much yet as I have only been gluten free for about a week now. It is very difficult but like you said it is manageable and I am so grateful for that. I appreciate what you said about how some people have to eat through stomach tubes and have colostomies. Thank you for helping to put things into perspective.