Atoq wrote:So cool that you are training strenght! And I am glad I inspired you. In the Alps I lost my Suunto running watch and then I bought a Garmin Fenix 5s. It is measuring hearth rate, sleep, stress and has also some smart watch functions.
Doctor said no enemas.
Phillypatient wrote:Doctor said no enemas.
What was the reason the doctor said no enemas?
susie0915 wrote:I know some doctors recommend or have no problems with enemas while others are not onboard. It may be too soon after your reversal. I was a year and a half after my reversal before enemas were recommended to me. I went through a couple tests, met with a dietician, and had pelvic floor therapy. The GI at the bowel control clinic at University of Michigan recommended daily miralax or daily enemas to get a good clean out at once, rather than going just a little bit many times a day. It may be something you can talk to your doctor about in the future if you have not been able to get to a place that gives you quality of life. Many do well with just diet, fiber, and Imodium and lomotil. I do know that rectal irrigation (enemas) are becoming accepted by more doctors in the treatment of LARS.
Atoq wrote:I like also that is calculating your VO2 max. It is nice to track progress!
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