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Controlling diarrhea at work

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Posted by Terrie Ann on 2 years ago

I can't seem to leave my toilet. This is the first day of this problem and I have an hour drive to work ahead of me. I work in health care and cannot keep running to the bathroom or staying in it for long periods of time. I have my husband running for Immodium so I can go to work. What should I be doing to control this somewhat?

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Replies To Controlling diarrhea at work

  • Danmcn61

    2 years ago

    Did your juice intake cause your diahrrea? If so, I wouldn't worry. I had the same problem when I first started a reboot but once my system got used to the veggie juice I was fine. It took about 3 days.

  • Claire Georgiou - ND

    2 years ago

    Here are some additional recommendations - it should pass soon -

    FAQ – What about Diarrhea? | Reboot With Joe

    Let us know how you go!

  • Terrie Ann

    2 years ago

    I tried to see who "liked" my comment and accidentally "liked" it myself. It popped up as inappropriate and I clicked that to see if I could fix it and it "flagged" your comment. I'm afraid to try and fix it again. I'm so sorry. Newbie mistake.

  • Terrie Ann

    2 years ago

    Actually at the time I had watched both of the Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead movies. I didn't have a juicer, but I started blending a banana, blueberries and an orange for breakfast, a salad for lunch and a green smoothie (always with ice, no dairy) for dinner. I was doing fine and then that morning (could be TMI) but I lost 2 ½ lbs on the toilet before work! I have a long country drive with no public restrooms on the way. I was freaking out.

    I just got my juicer! I went to the store, stocked up on veggies and am now realizing that I probably didn't buy enough. My goal is a salad for lunch and juice the rest of the time. Nothing but veggies/fruit. I'm going for raw food/plant based diet.

  • Danmcn61

    2 years ago

    Good for you! Keep it up and don't quit. Some days will be better than others, and "sometimes pizza happens" but when it does, just get back on track and laugh about it.

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