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Sun, Jul 14 5:32pm · Bowel incontinence in Digestive Health

what do you guys think pf the Keto diet? Would that be too hard on a thyroid patient? I also have Hypothyroid (along with everything else).

Sun, Jul 14 5:31pm · Bowel incontinence in Digestive Health

Hi everyone. I was having incontinence and was given Imipramine to take at night. It has solved the problem of having accidents in public but not the dumping and general constipation. I have been diagnosed with Celiac since 2008 and IBS since 2013. I was afraid to go out due to the accidents and now I can at least hold it till I get to a bathroom. Still, going to the bathroom in public stalls is not fun. I believe it is from (for me)the 5 days of constipation (or more) then my body's desire to rid itself of all the toxins inside it. My celiac panels are also very good, so I not I am not eating badly that way. I researched the foods that cause gas and bloating soooo I don't know what else to do. Stop eating?
Reny

Sat, Jul 13 7:53pm · Celiac Disease (refractory type) in Digestive Health

I would have to say right now, the symptom that bothers me the most is the sheer exhaustion I feel after 'dumping' after a few days of constipation. The abdominal pain pain I feel every day. How can I have a relationship like this? I have constant gas and bloating no matter what I eat. I look like I am pregnant all the time. It is horrible.

Sat, Jul 13 4:08pm · Celiac Disease (refractory type) in Digestive Health

I do not see any discussion about this disease and I suffer not only with this but with IBS that goes from D to C quite regularly. I have a strong gluten free diet, but suffer daily with symptoms that range from simple headache to all over exhaustion and muscle fatigue. I need a support group, either online or in the Orlando area. I really do. I need a positive support group. I also have hypothyroid, anemia, fibromyalgia, and chronic migraine. No, I am not a hypochondriac. Most of these are military service connected. I served 18 years from 1983 to 2001 and was deployed several times. Persian Gulf one veteran. Of course Celiac is genetic and I was diagnosed with that in 2008; however, the rest is SC and I am not able to work right now. I am getting a higher lever degree so I can work again (doctorate). I do miss working; however, I never know when my symptoms will keep me near a bathroom or in bed, so I need a job that is flexible and I can make my own hours (thus the doctorate).

Please let me know if anyone wants to chat.
Reny