I got a free month of Align and a free month of another probiotic RePhresh Pro-B at a conference I went to recently. The other one seems to work really well even though it is designed to prevent yeast infections.
I have had mixed results with probiotics and give most of them up either because of lack of results or expense.View Thread
I hope you had fun. I remember making cupcakes for my kids school parties when I had to lean against the counter to hold me up...except when I was running to vomit. Sigh. That would usually only be two dozen.
Talk to your doctor. Have them check for adhesions because the c-section alone can cause them and c-section and IBD means that scar tissue definitely has more fun in us. (or less fun for us)
You need to get help to get more nutrition in, get help so you can get some sleep and recover, and get checked to make sure it isn't something more than a flare caused by no sleep, emergency surgery, and stress.View Thread
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