I’m not one for diets or labels. A diet that works for someone may not always work for the other person and the term ‘diets’ represents a temporary way of eating where I would rather change my eating habits for the long term. The idea of labeling those of us with IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) seems […]
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New Years is just around the corner and I know some of you will be off to celebrate NYE around the globe. I love traveling but I don’t love the IBS attacks that come with it. Flying is the worst time for me. Most of the food I can’t eat, the air pressure gets to […]
So, I thought that now is a good time for me to do another update on my experience taking Resolor (Prucalopride). If you haven’t read my previous posts regarding Resolor, please do. It will help you to understand the ups and downs I had when I first started to take it. It’s been 4 months […]
Living with chronic constipation is hard, both physically and mentally. It is embarrassing to talk about as it is often a source for crude jokes, whereas its counterpart, diarrhoea is more commonly sympathised, due to its link with food poisoning. Constipation is a result (or symptom) of an underlying problem. Such as, colonic inertia, IBS, crohns disease, celiac […]
Well I’ve been on Resolor (prucalopride) of about 3 months now and most of the month it works great combined with my low FODMAP diet, however I find it slows down a little bit in the lead up to my period.
Being a sufferer of IBS I can tell you life is not a bed of roses. Most of my days are hit and miss if I wake up with symptoms of IBS or eat something I’m sensitive to or stressed or eat to much. In other words a pain in the gut! Well today I […]