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I am one day returned from a 6 day stay in hospital,for my second major
flare (more of an eruption ) last one a year ago, this time,, a little more
serious, being held in the surgery ward, in case the infection spread.
I had a burst abcess in /on a pouch ,and was monitored and "dripped"
to see what happened. Good news, it stayed localised and here I am back home. and I have to say, feeling really good, apart from the rather
large lump that came with me , One good thing that came out of it,was,
I had the undivided attention of a gastric consultant ,and asked if I
could see a dietician, to find out the eatables .His reply was, that things
had moved on ,and to eat normally, even onions , There was NO actual
proof that food made any significant difference to Divi, and the flares and
pouches just happened. Sooooooo. the gloves are on Oven gloves that is .We are just an unfortunate bunch who react to a tender colon.
Must admit, that when I started DIVI DINERS Ididn't expect there to be
so many of us,but here we are ,sharing, which helps enormously
I am to have the pleasure of another colonoscopy ,just the little one,
won't be so scary this time
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