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Old 4th August 2012, 17:16   #1 (permalink)
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is there any Diverticulitis suffers on the forum

if there are any suffers on the forum , can you please tell me is there any remedies or cure's for this disease . i have had it for years but it seems to be getting worse at the moment . dave
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Re: is there any Diverticulitis suffers on the forum

I can sympathise as I suffer from Irritable Bowel Sndrome, bloating, pain, feeling full when you've not eaten as much as a budgie,lol, acidic problems too.

I avoid where possible white bread, and eat wholegrain breads.

Citrus fruits can give me a bad bout too.

Beans and pulses I love and for me they do help, but not in all suffers of stomach conditions.

Pasta and Rice I find I digest better than potatoes.
Also I cook loads of fresh vegetables. Grilled Tomatoes are much better for you than raw.

Now, Alcohol, ahem, I love and sometimes esp white wine kills me, and the fizz in my Tonic with my G&T, but in moderation ok, but I definitely avoid when I am having a bad bout of IBS.

I take Meberverine, Colpermol, and Omeprazole, (when my digestion is really bad and only when).

Hope this helps, I know it isn't Diverticulitis I suffer from, but still involved with your colon intestine area.
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Re: is there any Diverticulitis suffers on the forum

Avoid getting constipated as the strain will aggravate the condition and make it worse over time. Also avoid eating anything with small seeds, i.e., tomatoes and cucumber. If you must make sure you scrape the seeds out as they can get stuck in the small holes in the intestinal wall which are caused by the disease and the condition will then flare up. Hope this helps.
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Re: is there any Diverticulitis suffers on the forum

I also suffer from IBS , have to be very careful what I eat , also avoiding oily foods, I know within 20 mins of eating if it is going to trigger it off !
Dont take any medication for it though ( take enough for all my other probs !! lol )
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Re: is there any Diverticulitis suffers on the forum

I have suffered from diverticulitis-as a direct result of stress.Whatever caused yours the answer is to follow a diet that is low-GI. Glycaemic index. You are fortunate to live in a country that makes it so easy. Ingest our beautiful fresh vegetables and fruit.Eat whole grains-brown rice,pasta and whole grain bread-really you will be quite amazed at the difference to your health and well being.Check out the many recipes on line.I cannot tell you the difference it has made to my life.The main key is to eat nothing that is un-naturally white.Try to avoid white bread,white sugar,white rice,pasta,biscuits etc.They have all had the 'goodness' removed.Try to eat whole foods (forget juice) eat the whole fruit.Meat is also ok -just remove visible fat for your health.You will feel re-born ! Good luck !
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I hope this link helps you. I started this diet plan a few years ago, on advice by my GP, I don't use it all the time as it does help me lose weight too, the GI Plan releases the energy slower into you body and helps to stave off feeling hungry. That's why as Elvira posted eat whole fruit instead of juice as it takes longer to release into your system. I prefer cooked tomatoes as raw ones can trigger a bout off for me, so when I can I always cook them. I think you will find a huge difference if you try this plan Dave.


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Re: is there any Diverticulitis suffers on the forum

I do n not have full blown IBS but lots of things affect me somewhat. My best friend is Loperamide 2mg. Every time they settle things down without pain.

They also seem to deflate " windiness ". I Always pop a couple before flying too. Only drawback is a dry mouth.

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Re: is there any Diverticulitis suffers on the forum

hi Dave,
I suffer from diverticular disease and diverticulitus, mine burst and I was taken into hospital, for most people though thats worst case scenario, it was as life threatening as a burst appendix.
you would be surprised how many middle aged people have it, any way my nhs and private consultants both gave the same advice, and that was there are no real foods to avoid other than when you are experiencing the pain, ie avoid the stuff with little seeds in as said earlier, if the pain is always there then avoid them altogether. The advice is always have a high fibre diet, and read the following...

Diverticular Disease And Diverticulitis - NHS Choices

this mirrors what both the consultants advised me

the cure for me is to have 5 cm of colon removed and the 2 ends joined up, not an easy operation, but I rarely suffer now, so I will wait and see

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that's the trouble with this problem , what is good for one person doesn't work for another so frustrating . dave
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