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This community provides words of encouragement, comfort, and support for people with all forms of IBD, as well as their friends & family! This place is not a substitute for doctor's advice. We cannot treat or diagnose. (And we have a Discord: https://discord.gg/g2gcwb6)
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The symptoms of leaky gut are fatigue, headaches, confusion, bloating, diarrhea, gas, skin rashes and other skin issues, and joint pain. These symptoms make the leaky gut toxic for the whole body.
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2020.09.30 05:22 NaruSaku Diarrhea spycam

There is more to this than just the title. Using an old throwaway just in case. Usually I would say I’m NTA but some of my friends and my roommate are acting like I’m a huge douche for doing this.
The background: I just moved into a new place last month. the place has three roommates - myself, and two more, B and C. The last roommate, who we will call D, has one dog. D and another roommate live on the bottom floor while me and another roommate live on the top floor.
Multiple times over the last few months, D has left this dog home alone. None of us (Me, B, C) knew this when we moved in, but this dog has severe separation anxiety. Whenever D is gone for more than an hour or two, the dog will whine and scream almost nonstop, and it can be heard thru the floorboards. If she stops whining it’s only for an hour or two until it starts up again. Us other roommates are not only very bothered by the noise, but we also feel bad for this dog, as D has left it overnight before (and usually will be gone for most of the night) and it has whined nonstop throughout the night. We have tried sitting with her to keep her company and taken her out in case she needs the bathroom, but she’s so anxious that it does not help the whining. The only thing that makes her be quiet is if D is there.
Unsurprisingly in a dog this anxious, when D is not here, she will piss and poo. It’s not diarrhea, but this dog is leaving crap piles on the rugs of our common spaces and pissing on couches.
We have tried getting D to acknowledge the problem multiple times to no avail. D continues to leave this dog here for extended periods and sometimes gives it access to the common spaces too (sometimes the dog is just locked in D’s room, so the poo and pee isn’t an issue then but the whining/howling/barking is). We’ve all asked politely for D to take the dog when he leaves for a while or get a pet sitter, but that has only happened once.
So the other day, this happened again, and B, C, and I got together in the living room to discuss bringing this issue to the landlord as it feels we have no other choice. As I say “D is causing this problem here”, D opened the door and definitely heard me. I went up to my room before I saw him because I hate confrontation lol. However for the next hour he was downstairs slamming doors and things and generally sounding angry. Later that night he sent an incredibly petty/rude text about a minor (unrelated) issue we had been discussing in the group chat a few days earlier.
Friends are saying I’m TA for bringing this to the landlord, because D is currently going through some financial issues and is unemployed and bringing it to the landlord could jeopardize his living situation here.
So Reddit, AITA?
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2020.09.30 05:04 gettitanfall2 Diarrhea spycam

So I was diagnosed with IBS six years ago, after being tested for acid reflux. Whenever I eat or drink anything, I feel sick. When I have to "go" it's really painful (even though it's not diarrhea). Is this normal for IBS?
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2020.09.30 04:55 Accomplished-Beat-75 Regret

Have my consultation scheduled for next week! It’s taken me months to finally say yes to the idea because I am absolutely terrified. I’m terrified of terrible life long side effects, leaks, death, all of it. I know I need to do something soon, I’m 29 and have had diabetes for about 10 yrs now between pregnancies and full blown type 2 since 2015. Along with high blood pressure and cholesterol. Now, I only (only 🤣) weigh 215, but am just so unhealthy in general that I feel this is my best option after many failed diet and exercise attempts. I’ve tried 7 different diabetic medications in the past year, which have all given me horrible gastrointestinal side effects (vomiting, nausea, diarrhea). So I’m at my wits end, but want to know if anybody has any regrets doing this surgery?
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Rescued this little stray about a month ago. 5 vet visits later, lots of meds, bandages, probiotics and creams we are hopefully on our last round of antibiotics. And even though I’ve cleaned diarrhea off multiple surfaces almost every day, little moments like this make it worth it ❤️ submitted by Ali_cAt1 to cats [link] [comments]


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2020.09.30 04:08 awesomeflyinghamster What poo consistency should we expect on a bland chicken & rice diet for a puppy?

Age: 15 weeks, Breed: Mixed large breed (part bernese mountain dog), health history: experiencing GI distress for the past month.
After a bout of diarrhea this weekend, our vet recommended to switch our puppy to a bland diet of chicken and rice, plus Proviable antibiotics and antidiarrheal paste.
She didn't poop for almost 48 hours, which the vet said was totally normal. Once she did poop, her poop had form, but it was more like soft serve.
What consistency of poop should we look for, before we start to transition back to kibble? Should we expect that her poops go back to solid on the chicken and rice eventually, or does something about the chicken and rice tend to make their poops more soft?
Thanks!
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