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Vincenza Food and Medication


12/7/2010 Tuesday

Dec 07 2010

Stayed home and rested today.

Ate crackers, peanut butter, banana

Pumpernickel, salami, cheddar, mustard

Lo Mein, Fried Rice, Spring roll, chicken and veggies in white sauce.

Ate too much.

Bowel - urgent, loose, pain - spasms in rectum/anus

Drank lots of tea and water today. 

Due for Humira.  Will do tomorrow to let my cold get a little better first. 



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written by kennyo, December 08, 2010
I am having pain and wonder if you have tried cutting out sugar out of your diet? I drink lots of tea with sugar, from the south if you coundn't tell. I hanks for any help you can give me..
written by Vincenza, January 17, 2011
I have not tried cutting out sugar, but know it would be good for me in a lot of ways. You might try honey in your tea if you make it at home - or unsweet with a spash of sweet, if at a restaurant. The caffeine proabably isn't doing you any good either. At least for me - caffeine increases frequency and cramping. When I'm having a lot of pain, I tend to drink water mostly.... I hope you feel better!

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