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Permanent SIBO due to removal of ileocecal valve

Digestive Health | Last Active: Aug 8 6:44pm | Replies (159)

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I put myself on a low fiber diet. Not healthy, white rice, white bread, hard extra sharp white cheese, canned peas, flour tortillas, white fish, chicken and occasional beef.
After my colonscopy last week, I was sent home with instructions for a high fiber diet. As soon as I ate a nectarine, my intestines started churning.
I am waiting for the biopsy results. Colonoscopy was visually clear, surgical anatomosis of colectomy was visualized. My GI did tissue biopsies to see if I have microscopic inflammatory bowel disease.
Well, I am going to go eat some fresh cherries and see what happens.
Yesterday, I had abdominal bloating, gas, urgency, muddy fecal leakage and diarrhea. Ugh. Last year I had 9 months of such bad diarrhea it ran down my legs when I least expected. I couldn't leave the house.
So I guess my currrent state is an improvement.
Have a great day.

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Please let us know what the biopsy results are (If you wish to share of course!)

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