... surgery. I am 6', 160, runner/triathlete, eat a low fat, high fiber diet, drink plenty of water yet still have a continuing pain in my intestines. I'm wondering if I should do this or not
I think a second opinion is a good idea to. Although what comes to mind when I read your post is that you are in good shape, you eat well and generally take good care of yourself. So what I'm saying is there isn't a whole lot you can do as far as changing your lifestyle which is a huge problem for most. So surgery looks to me to be the way to go... Good luck..Dave
I too would get a second opinion. However, it's usually seeds and grains that get caught in the small "pockets" lining the intestines. When they stay trapped, they get infected and inflamed, hence the extreme pain. Avoid eating the grainy type foods and seeds. Wish you well and a pain free day!
hi, i was just reading some interesting article on that very problem, and what this surgeon is saying is controling this with diet is about the best way of avoiding bouts of pain. i have an iner bowl problem and looking for a solution. i like to say good luck,but luck has nothing to do with it.
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