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6-Day Diarrhea - What can I do?

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6 years 2 months ago #288 by OhSoBloated
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I've had diarrhea since Wednesday and despite eating a pretty bland diet, I am still having problems. I need some direction, can anyone help? I was diagnosed with FM on Thursday, so I know fructose is a problem. Is there a tried and true diet for stopping diarrhea that I can follow?

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6 years 2 months ago #289 by finadmin
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Hello and welcome to this forum!

At the moment we are publishing a book about the first weeks after diagnosis of fructose malabsorption. It should be published in a couple of weeks. I think this book would help you a lot!

It is important to stop eating fructose, sugar and sugar alcohols for about 2-4 weeks. This period is called elimination diet and is a very important step in treating fructose malabsorption.
More info also on our website:
www.food-intolerance-network.com/food-in...ose-intolerance.html

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6 years 2 months ago #290 by OhSoBloated
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Thanks, I've been following this elimination diet since yesterday, but my doc said I appear to have an intestinal virus, so eating any kind of protein only further inflamed my gut. So today I've been eating GF saltines, Cheerio's and rice with a tiny amount of veggies. It seems to be helping.

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