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  • OK....Now pears are causing me pain! OUCH!

    I've been in a flare for a little while now. So many things made it worse but this morning I felt like it was a "little" better. I am finally getting over my cold/flu although my body is still aching! Anway, I had a baked chicken breast for lunch on Italian bread and then had a ripe pear for lunch. Boy was it yummy! Less than and hour later the burning pain and swelling started. I'm having pressure and pain. Could it be that the pear is causing me pain? Maybe I have to eliminate fruit altogether for a while. Anyone else have problems with pears? Maybe I should just stick to a bit here and there.
    Boy is this frustrating.
    Mel


    IC, PFD, IBS, Allergies, Chronic Migraines, CVID, Fibromyalgia, CFS, Numerous Laporoscopies for Endometriosis and Adhesions, Hysterectomy 2002

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    My tendency would be to think it might be the Italian bread. Any way you can look at the contents of the bread?

    I hope you feel better very soon.

    Donna
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    • #3
      I have pear problems here and there, I dont know if they are going to bother me till after I eat em tho. I tend to eat half and give my daughter the other half so I dont eat a larger am't.

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      • #4
        I dont think it's the bread. I eat it all the time. I get it fresh from the bakery.
        I think it might have been the pear. I can usually have a little bit (I share with hubby ) but I guess indulging in the entire thing when my bladder is still angry might have been too much to handle. I was just curious if anyone else has had problems with pears too.
        Mel


        IC, PFD, IBS, Allergies, Chronic Migraines, CVID, Fibromyalgia, CFS, Numerous Laporoscopies for Endometriosis and Adhesions, Hysterectomy 2002

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        • #5
          I have a problem sometimes with pears and sometimes not. you know that if you have a cut on your hand even pear juice will sting it. your bladder just might be a little sensitive sometimes or dry.
          not yet dx with ic-diagnosing myself as of aug 2006
          diagnosed ic-october 5 2006(huh just what I thought)

          Charcoal
          cod liver oil (for vitamins a and d)
          bladder is not getting worse but maybe better
          diagnosed ibs-september 27, 2006
          don't know if it's ibs or some other underlining condition. hair loss, weight loss, constipation
          all this even though I eat.
          Mercury toxicity with Candida Albicans
          Realy toxic and sick
          Dental almagams removal and chelation for heavy metal toxins and candida cleansing as soon as fillings are out
          had catscan, ultrasound, colonoscopy
          Matthew 21 verse 22: jesus quotes"and all the things you ask in prayer, having faith, you will receive."

          I eat to live, not live to eat.

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          • #6
            Thanks Tabasco, I've decided to lay off a fruit for a few days and see if it gets better. I have a trade show in NY that I am really not up to but certainly don't want to make things worse with an angray bladder.
            I noticed in your signature that you take seacure. Someone had recommended that to me but was afraid to take it because of IC and food intolerances.
            How does it help you?
            Mel


            IC, PFD, IBS, Allergies, Chronic Migraines, CVID, Fibromyalgia, CFS, Numerous Laporoscopies for Endometriosis and Adhesions, Hysterectomy 2002

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