Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Was it something I ate?

Well, people. Today's post is going to be brief. I'm sure that after this has passed I'll find my um..lower digestive upset experience just chock full of humorous anecdotes.

But not yet.

See y'all tomorrow.


Heda said...

Happens to me at all too frequent intervals. If you can find out whether it's related to sjogren's and why I will be most grateful. Meanwhile hope it passes for you very quickly and never comes back!

annie said...

I also deal with this up and down IBS problem. Sometimes flares last a day, sometimes weeks. Hope you're better in a day.

Sue said...

Keep lots of reading material in the loo. Some days it is just impossible to leave the house. Plaquenil can cause me lots of grief as well. Feel better soon.

Annette said...

Funny you say plaquenil Sue. I have been trying to get back onto it after taking it many years ago but even dropping the dose to 1/2 of a pill my body protests strongly. I just don't think I will be able to do it.

Sorry you feel so crummy Julia

mcspires said...

I was just reading on another Sjogren's group and someone mentioned Autonomic Neuropathy, and it specifically names Sjogren's as a cause. Here is the link to the article on it at the Mayo Clinic website.

Kelly said...

@ mcspires: thanks for the link to that very informative page. Check, check, check, check...sigh. Probable Sjogren's and probable inherited MODY Diabetes, the gifts that keep on giving.

@ Julia: hope you feel better soon!