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post #31 of 48
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No, no darlin, I've been eating soft foods and it's the most solid thing I've eaten in a week and I am worried that it might make my side hurt again. But so far it's doing ok, in fact, I might have to go and get another one.
Darn doctors, starvin' a poor gal like me!
Thanks for being concerned though! You're a doll!
I was about to say- i didn't see a thread or anything about you being sick (that or i might have just missed it!) so i was starting to worry! Why do your doctors have you on a soft food diet? pm me if you want some recipes!! I have a ton of GI issues- so i have lots of yummy recipes if you have a sensitive stomach
post #32 of 48
No, I didn't start a thread about it, I had some issues with my left side and they don't know right now what happened and I ended up in the hospital for 3 days.
They told me to eat soft foods when I got out so since Wed, I've been barely surviving on Jello pudding snacks, mashed potatos, chicken tenders, and soup. Today I felt like a PB sand so I made it and boy does did it taste good. On the upside, I've lost 5 pounds on this horrid "diet".
I go back to the doctors Wed and hopefully he'll have something for me. I mean after all the ultrasounds and xrays they have to have something right?
post #33 of 48
I ended up putting leftover chicken breasts in my magic bullet and making a shredded chicken and cheese sandwhich- with chicken noodle soup
post #34 of 48
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No, I didn't start a thread about it, I had some issues with my left side and they don't know right now what happened and I ended up in the hospital for 3 days.
They told me to eat soft foods when I got out so since Wed, I've been barely surviving on Jello pudding snacks, mashed potatos, chicken tenders, and soup. Today I felt like a PB sand so I made it and boy does did it taste good. On the upside, I've lost 5 pounds on this horrid "diet".
I go back to the doctors Wed and hopefully he'll have something for me. I mean after all the ultrasounds and xrays they have to have something right?
Took them forever to figure out all of my gi issues too i had upper and lower scopes (several of them) bravo ph monitor implant, biopseys, gastric emptying studies, ct scans, ultrasounds, celiac tests, diabetes tests, blood tests - more than i cared for, other tests....the list goes on- i definitely understand what it's like not having your doctor pinpoint the problem yet. I hope they can find a solution soon for you and get you on a sensible diet that you can eat and tolerate well I have lots of yummy recipes- there was a while when all i could eat were only a few things- so i've since picked up on what i can eat and have been able to widen what i can tolerate And once in a while now- like tonight- if i pick out certain things, i can have fast food every now and then, but most nights i cook my own stuff so i know exactly whats in it
post #35 of 48
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I ended up putting leftover chicken breasts in my magic bullet and making a shredded chicken and cheese sandwhich- with chicken noodle soup
that sounds yummy! do you like your magic bullet? i've heard awesome things about them!
post #36 of 48
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that sounds yummy! do you like your magic bullet? i've heard awesome things about them!
YES! Its so awesome, it works wonders for the chicken too, I made just plain chicken breasts in the crock pot with water and I gave some to the boys and it worked so well for giving it to them, it shredded it in really tiny pieces which made them think it was like cat food!
I adore this thing!
post #37 of 48
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YES! Its so awesome, it works wonders for the chicken too, I made just plain chicken breasts in the crock pot with water and I gave some to the boys and it worked so well for giving it to them, it shredded it in really tiny pieces which made them think it was like cat food!
I adore this thing!
I'll definitely have to look into getting one when i get some extra cash are they expensive?
post #38 of 48
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I'll definitely have to look into getting one when i get some extra cash are they expensive?
About $50- not bad for all you can do with it! Its just like a mini-blender, but way better!
I got mine for Christmas!
post #39 of 48
We had homemade meatballs and veggies
post #40 of 48
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About $50- not bad for all you can do with it! Its just like a mini-blender, but way better!
I got mine for Christmas!
Humm! I'll have to add that to the list of things i'll get when i make my millions
post #41 of 48
Nikki, it would be a good investment IF you are pg too. homemade baby food is LOTS better for Babies.
So, if the test is + tell your friends/family that you'd like one!!!!
post #42 of 48
I think DH is going to make us spaghetti, which I don't like but since I don't have to cook, I'll eat it!!
post #43 of 48
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Nikki, it would be a good investment IF you are pg too. homemade baby food is LOTS better for Babies.
So, if the test is + tell your friends/family that you'd like one!!!!
Huh what now? Nikki pg? As for the homemade baby food Ive got some really good recipes. I cant wait to take a stab at them!
post #44 of 48
Brian has started having issues with acid reflux lately. He's been dealing with a bout of it for the past 24 hours. Makes him feel nauseous and anxious. Needless to say, he said he only wanted leftover biscuits from earlier today for dinner. The blander the better.

I may just make myself an egg salad sandwich for dinner. Brian is allergic to mayonnaise, so I'll take the opportunity to eat it while he's not interested in dinner.
post #45 of 48
Emily, has he been taking any Prilosec or anything for it? I have to have my GERD meds, or I'm in rough shape!!
post #46 of 48
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Brian has started having issues with acid reflux lately. He's been dealing with a bout of it for the past 24 hours. Makes him feel nauseous and anxious. Needless to say, he said he only wanted leftover biscuits from earlier today for dinner. The blander the better.

I may just make myself an egg salad sandwich for dinner. Brian is allergic to mayonnaise, so I'll take the opportunity to eat it while he's not interested in dinner.
The ONLY thing that's helped my severe GERD is a double dose of Zegarid! That stuff works soooooooo well!!! It's presciption only- so he'd have to see a gastro. doctor or his primary doctor- but it's aweosme! I tried everything- tums, prilosec, prevacid, nexuium- nothing worked- but when they started giving me zegarid (i take it once in the morning and once at night) all my symptoms have gotten much better! I thought it was worth mentioning if it might help your hubby
post #47 of 48
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Emily, has he been taking any Prilosec or anything for it? I have to have my GERD meds, or I'm in rough shape!!
He took Zantac 75, but it says to only take 2 within 24 hours, and he's already taken 2. I've been telling him to go to the doctor, but we all know how that goes... Any suggestions?
post #48 of 48
I would go and get some Prilosec and take it.It takes awhile for it to kick in though.And if it contiues to bother him, he should go to the Dr. for some relief.It may not need anything as strong as what Nikki does.Then again, it may.
I can't do without my Prilosec!!!!
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