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I think it depends on the cause of gastroparesis. If it was due to uncontrolled diabetes and you are now have better control, it can go into...
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I suggest that your daily caloric intake should be broken down as follows: Carbs- 55 %, Protein- 15%, and fats 30%. A fiber goal is...
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You may have an impacted bowel.  You need to consult a health care professional right away.
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I have been snacking on nuts, and having wheat bread everyday for my bread fast,and drinking coconut water and I notice a change in my bowel movement...
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Hi Anytime you find blood in your stools get to your doctor ASAPAnd that is without your other pains and problems, if you have no doctor get to an ER...
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Hi If anyone woke like that the first place they should be is at the doctors, if not your doctor get to an ER ASAP.Good Luck
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There are lots of foods that are lower in sodium and also contain a good amount of fiber.  A more structure meal plan called the DASH Diet...
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Have them test you for c-diff (clostridium difficile colitis), I contracted this after surgery symptoms sound very similar.
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Hi When eating lots of fibre you should also be drinking plenty of water, this helps to flush things through.But if you keep holding back its either...
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It's difficult to tell why high fiber foods are causing you gastrointestinal (GI) problems.  Typically for reflux, a high fiber...
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Hi, The most likely scenario is that the body will form a small pocket around the invader and isolate it. If it's biodegradable then it should...
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Only a doctor can diagnose you with IBS or another related gastrointestinal disorder.  But from what you have shared, it seems your increase in...
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You need to see a Gastrointerologist immediately!! You also need to check your diet. I stopped eating all processed foods and animal products. So far...
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