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    Mieke

    Frustration

    So, 6 days ago I made a little vent about having stomach issues. Well, whatever it is going strong still. I am able to eat a few things + drink water, but there still seems to be consequences from doing so. Kind of a bummer but it be what it be, I guess.
    I was supposed to get whatever it is checked out / diagnosed 2 years ago but there was some insurance issues and we had to put it on hold, but hopefully with my upcoming doctor's appointment we'll see if we can get me back in to a gastroenterologist. 🤷🏻‍♀️

    #tummytroubles #FlareUps

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    Birthday trouble ☹️

    <p>Birthday trouble ☹️</p>
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    Sorry, I kinda want to vent...

    <p>Sorry, I kinda want to vent...</p>
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    Today was a good day! 🥳🏆🏅

    <p>Today was a good day! 🥳🏆🏅</p>
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    Do You Also have stomach issues with M.E.? #ME #MyalgicEncephalomyelitis #ChronicFatigueSyndrome #tummytroubles

    I’ve had stomach-issues since I turned 20 (being 33 now)and it sort of predated this Fatigue and pain issues I’ve had for a number of years now... and I’ve had stomach issues on and off for over a decade now.
    However.. I have noticed an increase in REALLY bad days with gut-pain and diarrea... and I am prone to small (and Big) foodpoisonings from nothing really..
    ...and it doesn’t Seem to matter what I eat.one Day I Can eat one type of food and I am fine, later in The week if I eat the same type of food - my body reacts as if I’d eaten poison...
    Also wondering if I’m getting sensitive to vitami

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