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Thu, Apr 11 2:37pm · Mesenteric Panniculitis or Sclerosing Mesenteritis in Digestive Health

Morning Dementorshoes! No idea if I have malabsorption issues. Although when I don’t have diarrhea I start to worry😊. So I have taken B’s, and other water-solvable vitamins on an irregular basis for years. Now I also take calcium and D, as well as Mg. So maybe that’s helped. I do have low blood pressure regularly and energy to match. Our bodies and interactions are so complicated, I don’t cross off any “complications”. I sure am hoping your aneurysm is taken care of easily friend, I send all good thoughts. I avoid surgery as much as possible having found my gut does not like anything that stressful. So I’m doubling those good thoughts for you! Please let us know how it goes-? ❤️

Tue, Apr 9 5:43pm · Mesenteric Panniculitis or Sclerosing Mesenteritis in Digestive Health

Hi KimH I’m good. Struggle a little with Spring! I love it but it doesn’t love me! A little havoc in the gut but -keep moving, keep smiling! How are you!?

Tue, Apr 9 2:04pm · Mesenteric Panniculitis or Sclerosing Mesenteritis in Digestive Health

Welcome dinayo! You are in the right spot-we are all in this together! I’m from AB Canada and it good to have you with us!

Wed, Mar 13 7:45pm · Mesenteric Panniculitis or Sclerosing Mesenteritis in Digestive Health

Sounds like we have lots in common Dementorshoes! I’ve just jumped in here but it is good to hear of any similarities between us who share this crazy disease. Thank you for sharing.

Wed, Mar 13 5:44pm · Mesenteric Panniculitis or Sclerosing Mesenteritis in Digestive Health

Hi Robinbeth6-mine, at its worst, can be like “back labor.” So –

Mon, Feb 25 8:50pm · Mesenteric Panniculitis or Sclerosing Mesenteritis in Digestive Health

Welcome Jacques101. I’m in Alberta, diagnosed 9 years ago at university hospital in Edmonton. I’m not sure about your “heartbeats”. My symptoms when enraged are extreme pain usually in my left or right sides. I get wild projectile vomiting and quickly become dehydrated and all that comes with that next. I have had this for many years-from a young person they suggested. I have with elimination diets figured out what foods are triggers, figured out I must more then the usual amount of rest and eliminate as much stress from my life as possible. A positive approach is essential. It takes time to figure out what works for everyone manages differently. I never go far without my gravol! This is a positive group-it’s good to know you are not alone. There’s a Facebook group as well. They have made a huge difference with suggestions and support! Be well❤️

Wed, Jan 9 11:27am · Mesenteric Panniculitis or Sclerosing Mesenteritis in Digestive Health

Morning Mr @sneezy24-thank you for my morning smile. Getting older and these “golden” years-you are most correct-not do easy to juggle! I am 69 and my lifetime motto of keep moving, keep smiling has definitely been challenged. I am in Canada but hope you can find Docs who help. Sounds like the Mayo is the best of the best! This site has proven to help me not feel alone and get suggestions to try. I have -over many years-found a routine of foods and drugs to eliminate, understand the influence of stress and improved my amount of rest substantially to help with this crazy disease. Sending good thoughts your way!