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#1421 GJMody

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Posted Today, 07:39 AM

I know you are not a doctor, but earlier you had mentioned that your observation is I have IBS-C.

#1422 annie7

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Posted Today, 07:41 AM

please do not commit suicide.  one thing about ibs is that often  it can be managed, like your herb doctor said--with medications, herbs etc. 

 

unfortunately there are a lot of serious illnesses, diseases etc that make people want to commit suicide. i myself have empty nose syndrome which  is a very painful, miserable thing to live with, pain 24/7 .  a lot of people commit suicide because of that.  someone on my empty nose facebook group recently did that. so sorry for him but i sure do understand why he did it. .


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Posted Today, 07:41 AM

I was ok till March first week, prucalopride was working. But from March second week my bowels are playing havoc. Don't know why.

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Posted Today, 08:28 AM

Annie?

#1425 annie7

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Posted Today, 08:40 AM

I don't know why either.

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#1426 GJMody

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Posted Today, 08:56 AM

What is Empty Nose Syndrome? I am hearing this for the first time. Please tell and is there any meds for that which gives you relief? Sorry you are in pain.

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Posted Today, 09:07 AM

Saw on the internet, seems awful. Hope there are good meds for this.

#1428 annie7

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Posted Today, 09:34 AM

yes, it is awful.  the only meds that i can take for the pain are narcotics (and they only take the edge off)  but because our government thinks we have an opiod crisis, i cannot get as many pills that i need to adequately control my pain.   so basically i just have to endure. 


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#1429 GJMody

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Posted Today, 09:42 AM

Annie you should have told me earlier. Narcotic like marijuana? Marijuana is known to dull pain. And I think it is legal in some states. Also Cannabis.

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Posted Today, 09:48 AM

no--narcotic as in percocet.  marijuana is legal in my state and my husband  grows  it but unfortunately it doesn't help with my pain.


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