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March 4, 2009
Yes, get the Intestinew and take a scoop every time you feel the gastritis. It is the best product for this. It help with the inflammation due to gastritis and all the digestive lining inflammation.
The staining will fade. It is not pathogenic. Since you have this problem long term stay on the CleanseMore it will work long term.
Also you may add in some Magnesium citrate and this will help stimulate the bowel more. CleanseMore has the magnesium but you can add more.
If you are 61 then have a salvia test for hormones. If your doctor cannot do it go to labtestingdirect.com (code watson for discount) and order the test. You will need to find a doctor to prescribe the hormones. Having pituitary support will help but may not totally balance the problem. You need a combo of estradiol, testosterone, and progesterone. I can help find someone in your area to prescribe these.
Let me know. I would suggest you follow the Fiber 35 lifestyle diet. Call 800 830 4778 and ask Sandee Kiser to send you for free a copy of the Fiber 35 book
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June 12, 2010
In reply to your previous post, I'm 61 yrs old, no I do not sleep well.
The Cleansemore works beautifully for me. What a relief! I had my hormones tested with a saliva sample. My DC is prescribing a pituitary supplement to boost function. So I think I'm healing. Now I'm having a problem with gastritis. Feels better after I eat, but seems i'm hungry a short time later. I'm taking your Heartburn Prevention with meals and also Nux Vomica as I need it ( which is working well for me). I've been taking it for 2 days so far. I also had an EGD with my colonoscopy and things looked OK. I had problems with reflux previously, but no damage showed with the endoscopy, also H. Pylori was negative. I'm avoiding coffee, chocolate, eating late, etc. Do you have any other suggestions?
I would also like to know if any of your products cause discoloration of the intestinal lining. I have this problem with previous senna use. My doctor says it will fade.
March 4, 2009
I would try our CleanseMore instead of Miralax. You may have to start with 2 to capsules. It has magnesium and herbs and is a better choice for you. You can call out 800 830 4778 ask for Sandee Kiser and she will also send a free copy of Gut Solutions, which has a section on constipation. Being your colon has had some damage you will need to manage this from now on. But you probably have more out of balance than your doctor found. You need to find out if you have any good bacteria. You can go to labtestingdirect.com and look into a CDSA Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis. This will give you a complete analysis of what is going on in your colon.
If you do not want to go that way get the book Gut Solutions read up on other solutions for constipation and try to manage with CleanseMore and your Fibers.
Now what about your hormones??? Thought about having them tested??? How do you feel? How old are you?? Do you sleep well??? I am 57 years old and do not know what I would do without Bio Indentical Hormones!!!!! This is your next step. If you want to test yourself labtestingdirect.com also and they can send you a kit. I think if you use the code Watson you can get a discount.
I hope this will help you and if you need more let me know but call Sandee and she can give you info on everything to. Believe me I know how hard it is getting older and we have to do more to take care of ourselves!!!!
I know the constipation is the first thing to address and the CleanseMore will help
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June 12, 2010
I have recently had a colonoscopy for chronic constipation/screening. I have no pathology, but my doctor tells me I have a "floppy" colon (from laxative overuse). I'm having a tough time getting my bowels to work. My doctor is prescribing Miralax twice a day along with Citrucel and I'm also taking your Fibersmart formula twice a day and trying to boost my dietary fiber. If I have no BM after 3 days he is suggesting an enema. Do you have any suggestions to increase my bowel motility? I am post menopausal and have been having bowel issues for more years than I care to remember.Thanks!
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