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chrisjs
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Re: Unable to eat

#16 Postby chrisjs » Wed Dec 22, 2010 2:33 pm

Vegan Joe wrote:Just for shits and giggles, how does the body differentiate between animal amino acids and plant amino acids?
It makes a mental check of it before it's broken down into the same amino acids, duh.

That's why all those lactose sugar pill placebos work so well, right?

Personally, I meet all my animal protein requirements from bullshit I consume off the internet.

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Re: Unable to eat

#17 Postby Joss » Fri Dec 31, 2010 11:37 pm

Marcina wrote: The 2nd opinion doc at the clinic told me I need laproscopic surgery to look for abnormalities. I might have endometriosis.


Marcina,

I'm sorry to hear you're going through such a tough time.

I'm due to have my first ever laproscopic surgery in about 2 months or so, as my doctor & specialist believe I have endometriosis too. I'm still on the pill. Sometimes I get excruciating pain internally around the area of my uterus, timing not limited to when I have my period, and a few times it has been so painful I have ended up in the Emergency department at the hospital. I am not on any medication for it and don't suffer from nausea, it must be dreadful for you feeling ill all the time.

All I can recommend would be getting some anti-nausea pills just so you can get enough nutrition etc (not as a long term thing though) and multivitamins.

Good luck with everything and I hope to hear you're on the road to recovery very soon.

Take care,
Joss xx


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