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Sep 2, 2019 · Sphincter exercises in Digestive Health

I was diagnosed many many years ago with spastic colon. That was way before IBS was a thing. The doctor just told me to try to deal with it. Over the years I have dramatically changed my diet by removing gluten, caffeine, cows milk, nuts, coconut, yeast, chocolate and a lot of other foods- which has helped tremendously as I used to have immediate diarrhea after eating. On the occasions that I have a bowel accident on the way to the bathroom, I feel it is because of something I ate the day before. While it is an improvement over the immediate diarrhea, it still isn’t acceptable. I am finding that squash of any variety needs to be added to my ever growing list of do not eat foods. I try to rotate my food choices and not eat the same foods for three days. I take a probiotic daily at the suggestion of my nutritionist. I have had lots of GI tests which all have been negative. My gynecologist recommended that I do more Kegels last year and will be going to my annual appointment in a couple of months to see if I have made progress. I head to the bathroom as soon as I feel the need but would like to have a little more control on those mornings when my body is a little out of whack.

Aug 31, 2019 · Sphincter exercises in Digestive Health

Thank you . I will give this a try and if it doesnt help I will go to a specialist.

Aug 28, 2019 · Sphincter exercises in Digestive Health

I occasionally have trouble making it to the bathroom on time and wondered of there were any exercises to strengthen my sphincter to help control this from happening.

Aug 19, 2019 · IBS sufferers MRT and LEAP in Digestive Health

I just had my first shot of prolia and have not experienced any diarrhea