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Re: Hello everyone, New here and really need some support/advice

Postby tinyb » 16 Dec 2012, 16:48

Thanks kiddo, I happen to have coconut oil at home..Doc prescribed a tsp of Metimucil 2x daily..so far so good.Today is a good day..
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Re: Hello everyone, New here and really need some support/advice

Postby marg6043 » 16 Dec 2012, 19:17

Great!!!!!!!!!! I hope the good days will take over the bad and soon enough you will be back to normal, don't let the lose stools take hold and keep the rest nice and smooth.
I am also having a few nice days after my last re injury two weeks ago, so everything is good and I can go out and do my holiday shopping in my skinny jeans. Image with not pain.
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Re: Hello everyone, New here and really need some support/advice

Postby owmybum » 17 Dec 2012, 04:11

Skinny jeans..... Those were the days. I seem to live in comfortable sweat pants now!!
Glad to hear you are having some good days!
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Re: Hello everyone, New here and really need some support/advice

Postby marg6043 » 17 Dec 2012, 09:27

Actually owmybum I use stretch pans they are like leggings but look like denim, from Dillards here in the US.
I used to wear long support tights to keep everything, you know nice and "firm" but that became very painful to do, but without the support tights and just the leggings is just fine and comfortable, with boots you look like wearing skinny jeans .
Thanks for the ups, today I woke up and is good everything is good, now don't get me wrong I still have the fissure I can feel it if I manipulate the area too much it let me know that is still there, but at least is not painful.
So I guess I just going to enjoy the good days for now.
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