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#1 august10

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 02:35 PM

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how do people live with this. how do u switch your mind away from the constant pain..the smelly burps..farts..rumblings..stomach discomfort...it is in the forefront of my mind all the time...and it is v difficult to know how to make it secondary..just something on the side ..rather than something that takes up your whole life. its not something that i can seem to run away from..and i wish i could.the smells are offensive...the discomfort is intrusive,..how can u manage to live a normal life? I am prob most comfortable when i am lying down on my back ..and i seem to be continuously massaging my tummy..hoping that something so simple could be the solution.


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#2 Kathleen M.

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Posted 12 August 2010 - 02:42 PM

Have you tried pepto bismol to see if that reduces the fart odor. It will for some people.Reducin sulfur in the diet may help as well (so 3 ounces of protein per meal and limit onions and garlic and other high sulfur veggies).Have you tried self-hypnotherapy. Some people find that helps with the mental aspect. Sometimes just choosing to focus on something else (which is more of a cognitive technique). When you find you are focused on it, tell yourself in your head to stop and then immediately find something else to occupy your mind (a good movie or a book if you can't move much, or take a walk or other exercise if you can move around more).
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