Coffee enemas for acne

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Avatar f tn Ironically, I have two sisters that took meds for acne, I never had back acne, and I am the one with UC and they are healthy. I hope they do not develop it, I would not wish this on anybody. What did you have trouble with, with the ileostomy? I think I am going to have to have one, too. Thank you.
Avatar n tn All the stuff that I read about this says that laxitives, enemas, and taking fiber (stuff that you normally would use for this) doesn't work. I am wondering what else could be used or what else could be done to help me with this problem, or is it something that I will always have to deal with? I am worried that something else may be wrong.
Avatar n tn He's always sitting there looking like death with food stains all over his once white smock.If it wasn't for my needing the rx for pain meds, i would never consider going to him.
Avatar n tn I bought a 2Q for $12 at Walgreens and used plain water, however you can use coffee, teas, yogurt, probiotics. I think I'll try enemas once a week (Sunday night) as I read your intestines can become adicted if you do it frequently. I've read laxatives can be addictive and on the long run weak the intestinal muscles and can lead to serious problems. The naturopath's Candida prescription seems to work.
Avatar f tn I know what you mean by coffee, I love my 1 cup but I think its a problem for me too. I did notice my coffee creamer has soybean oil in can cause body odor and ranch dressing too has soy in it. So I have to stay away from soy. Bummer!
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256349 tn?1189759437 I usually drink a glass of water in the morning with the juice of a whole lemon and about one cup of coffee with stevia. For lunch I've been eating between 90 and 100 grams of fish. (I hate it so much I don't know how long I can keep that up. I got some lean steak and I'm going to try that.) Also, for lunch I have been choking down just a hand full of spinach. For dinner I usually have 90 to 100 grams of chicken and a hand full of tomatoes or cucumbers.
Avatar n tn I've ignored this problem for so long, I can't even remember when I first noticed it. At first my discharge was getting whiter instead of the usual clear color. Eventually it became yellowish green. Currently it is light greenish with a texture that reminds me of something like boogers. I ignored my problem though because it never really bothered me---I was never itchy or in pain. I know I will need to visit a doctor; it's inevitable. But I'd like to know--- is this something extremely serious?
Avatar f tn I have had the internal shakes on and off for years, sometimes daily for a month at a time. I also get visible shake but only slight and only once where other people could see it going on. I don't know if my shakes are due to meds or just part of the disease. So many effects of the disease and so little knowledge about it. I hope someone can advise you a little better, I feel for you, 24/7 must be wearing for you. All the best.
251922 tn?1193786078 i have one cup of regular organic gevalia coffee every morning. can't get ready for work without it!
Avatar f tn However sometimes even medication doesn't help, so you should go for the multiple method approach. 1- Take your medication everyday (my doctor told me it was safe to do it for 20 days or so for persisting infections, although you'd better consult a doctor anyway). 2- Eating 20-30 pumpkin seeds everyday (unprocessed, uncooked, with the peel) works wonders. You can also mix 60 gm of grind pumpkin seeds (with the peel) with honey and water. Eat the mixture in 3 portions every 2 hours.
Avatar f tn and I'm hygienic person, I shower everyday for 1 hrs. It started when I stayed in humid hot country. I'm weak to spicy foods or hot weather or stress, so I guess the place was the trigger--I developed severe underarm odor and become really gassy. I'm usually a bit gassy and it's been odorless. But after staying that country(hot weather, severe stress, terrible diet) my body odor and gas(sorry, yuck) became really offensive.
Avatar n tn Mdmysyery, Thanks for the info. I'm a chicken about enemas but I guess I shouldn't give up until I try it. :) I will try drinking some cranberry juice first. Yeah I do think it's a digestive problem as well. Other... ahem... bodily fluids of mine are chronically smelly when I eat meat, and I hypothesise that a weak or damaged digestive system is the common cause. Still, the best way to let it heal is to eat healthy and be fit, which I'm working on currently. I'm eating very little meat.
Avatar n tn If it's an allergy (for me) I think it might be to MSG, if it's an intolerance (again for me) at the moment I'm thinking it's to very fatty foods. It's always worse when I'm stressing about something. Does any of that apply to you? You can get IBS tabs over the counter (we can here in UK anyway). Or you might want to try testing out foods to see if you are allergic/intolerant. It's a pain to do this (I keep meaning to, but haven't yet).