Coffee and ls

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does anyone think coffee can make ls worse?

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    NO...I don't think coffee has a wit of difference. I have had LS for four+ years...and eat /drink what I want. Use Clobestotal as needed and the Borax solution spray after shower. I think people get paranoid about stuff that doesn't really matter.

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    thanks for the replies! im just trying to figure out what could be making my ls not resolve yet. i read a book on ls and the author said to stay away from caffeine so i guess everyone is different. i just havent been able to quit yet since ive pretty much stopped everything enjoyable!

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    Well I know it triggers my urine infections which are due to the LS causing problems around my urethra so I imagine that is relevant.

    I also have fibromyalgia which means I cannot tolerate many things like caffeine, medication and am allergic to everyday substances in toiletries etc.

    I have blepharitis too which the optician reckoned was connected to the LS being an autoimmune condition.

    LS seems to have so little known about it by medical professionals it's a trial and error to help ourselves.

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    ive know idea, but Im not willing to give up my one pleasure in my life, I also love the social aspect of going to my local Costa too x

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      yes i know what you mean! its the only enjoyment i have left since ive given up everything else due to this disease.

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