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Re: Botox diary

Postby Rachael 1984 » 11 Aug 2013, 05:09

HI J,
I know what you mean... It is a weird feeling, mine radiates to my lady bits too, i think it is caused by a build up of scar tissue and i can feel the scar tissue.I had an external pile which swelled up like a grape, but that seems to have settled now... I think it may take a while to settle, think positive your Botox is still active. Hope you are okay today.
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Diltazem-No effect, developed Rash
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Ongoing pain/re-tears. Awaiting pressure test results.
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Re: Botox diary

Postby J-32 » 11 Aug 2013, 11:25

Thanks Rachel I am quite OK. I didn't go barbecue though. That strange itchy pain - it  was just a little bit to much for me to have fun with my friends. Didn't want to bring bad emotions with me so I had boiled zucchini on lunch today Image
Now there is no pain at all but there is no such way I am sitting tomorrow at the office. I assume that my AF was caused mainly by combination of sitting position, stress and bad diet. At least two factors I can eliminate by not going work.
Thank God August is always quietest for whole foundry industry I work in.
I think I should set my own diary in order not to interfere it with JHH's one. Sorry for doing that JHH.
One more, this time technical question. Why the thread is not in the Diary sub-forum?
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I am a little confused right now regarding placing threads. Any kind help of mod/admin?
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Re: Botox diary

Postby Please go-away! » 11 Aug 2013, 18:51

Hay JHH, keep on keeping on, your doing fine, there will be up's and miner little boo boos..then more UP'S.:) Image 
Hi J-32, Glad your on board with the rest of us fissure fighter's. I'm truly interested in this term/word, Saccharomycetes, I googled it, and noticed probiatic's beside it..umm but don't understand what it's about.
How about opening up another topic, about this term, that would be great, it does get my interest and believe me, we can not get enough valuable information.
Thank 's Jay..

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Re: Botox diary

Postby J-32 » 12 Aug 2013, 09:15

Sorry for bringing confusion!
I think that what I really meant was Candida (albicans) not Saccharomycetes which is actually Candida's class. Sorry for that, but I am not a biologist nor English speaking mycologist Image
We all know that our AF's are not a thrush (caused by Candida). However, on one polish forum there was quite big discussion about too high level of Candida in stool and not heeling internal wounds such as AF.
If possible please ask your doctors about it.
Tomorrow I will deliver a sample to laboratory. Results will be available in 7-10days.
JHH sorry for hi-jacking thread. I am out now.
Bless you all and keep up the faith !!!
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Re: Botox diary

Postby JHH » 12 Aug 2013, 12:31

No worries 32 :)
Been doing fine the last couple of days, but still have some irritation. Will not be updating the thread as much in the future, unless something unexpected happens.
Lots of hugs to my fellow sufferes, I hope you all heal soon!
- Fissure developed in Jan '13
- Started rectogesic in Feb '13 and diltiazem Apr '13.
- Got botox Jun '13
- Healed by Okt '13, although I still had some irritation for about a year.
- New fissure April '22
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Re: Botox diary

Postby Ever the Optimist » 12 Aug 2013, 13:35

J-32,
It really depends on where you decide to set up your post.
Some folk posted their progress in the LIS section/ some in the general discussion section prior to the creation of the "Diary" section, which is relatively new but is now beginning to fill nicely with people's diary accounts.
I'd suggest you just start your own diary in there?? :) 
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Re: Botox diary

Postby JHH » 15 Aug 2013, 06:56

An update...
Its been 10 weeks and some days since my botox, and Im still doing fine. I dont have any pain, but the irritation persists. Its nothing compared to the fissure pain, but still annoying.
Last couple of days, I have tried to add more protein to my diet, but it seems like its causing the plug effect, so Im cutting back again. The fissure didnt like the bristol 4 plug, but I didnt retear. It seems everything is getting stronger back there, and I really hope I will feel normal in a couple of months.
I wish for happy healing to all my fissure friends!
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- Started rectogesic in Feb '13 and diltiazem Apr '13.
- Got botox Jun '13
- Healed by Okt '13, although I still had some irritation for about a year.
- New fissure April '22
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Re: Botox diary

Postby J-32 » 15 Aug 2013, 09:54

JHH thank you for updating. Please do it as long you can. It is really important for not healed.
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Re: Botox diary

Postby Guest » 15 Aug 2013, 11:18

Hey JHH
Yeah that "plug" can be a beast. I was wondering what kind of protein your introducing to your system and what kind were you getting before you tried introducing more?
Perhaps PGA's technique of eating solubles first then insolubes (I think thats how it goes) will help with the plug affect.
Either way, you know what they say....If it ain't broke, don't fix it. :)  Be careful now JHH.
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Re: Botox diary

Postby WelshDoubleFissure » 15 Aug 2013, 11:48

Great news J!
Despite having a plug blip, you're obviously healing back there or you'd have had a retear so it's a great progression. Keep it up!
Hopefully that irritation is lessening and eventually you won't even notice it.
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