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    Can anyone here tolerate Goat Cheese? the fresh goat cheese that is supposedly not aged?

    I have bought some and I ate 1 oz one afternoon. I was thinking that if Feta is on the good cheese list, then surely goat would be. I need to eat a low sodium diet for dilated cardiomyopathy, and feta is really high in salt, so I've been eating goat cheese for a long time.

    Long story longer....I think the next day after I ate the goat, I had more frequency/urgency. Not sure since I'm in phase 1 and it could be anything really.

    I would like to be able to eat this cheese and would like to know if others suffer after eating it or can get by on it.

    Thanks.
    Sonja

    Dx: Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy/Congestive Heart Failure-1997, Vulvar Vestibulitis-2006, IC-Feb 2007, Atrophic Vaginitis 08, Heavy Long and Painful Periods leading to Partial Hysterectomy-2007, Rectal Fissure-2007, Pelvic Floor Dysfuntion-2008, Post-Menopausal-2010

    Meds: Coreg, Elmiron, Elestrin, Est/Test Topical Gel, Valium Suppositories, Lyrica, Dyrenium to counteract edema from Lyrica, Pain Meds.

    IC Diet: Very diet sensitive, esp. to spices.

  • #2
    I ate raw goat cheese. It's much stronger than regular. I don't know if I had a problem with it besides constipation.
    not yet dx with ic-diagnosing myself as of aug 2006
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    • #3
      Thank you, tabasco.

      Anyone else have any words for the not so wise newbie regarding goat cheese?
      Sonja

      Dx: Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy/Congestive Heart Failure-1997, Vulvar Vestibulitis-2006, IC-Feb 2007, Atrophic Vaginitis 08, Heavy Long and Painful Periods leading to Partial Hysterectomy-2007, Rectal Fissure-2007, Pelvic Floor Dysfuntion-2008, Post-Menopausal-2010

      Meds: Coreg, Elmiron, Elestrin, Est/Test Topical Gel, Valium Suppositories, Lyrica, Dyrenium to counteract edema from Lyrica, Pain Meds.

      IC Diet: Very diet sensitive, esp. to spices.

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      • #4
        I love cheese, all cheese so I totally understand you here.

        I have NOT had trouble with goat. That said, I do avoid it when I'm flaring or have recently flared. When that happens I cut out ALL cheese. But if I haven't flared in a few weeks, goat does and can get put back on my routine. The only cheese that I've noticed to really CAUSE a flare would be the harsher cheeses, like stilton.

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        • #5
          I do great with goat and sheep not cow cheeses....
          :woohoo: Yogajo

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