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    What can you eat and
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    Anon_154714 posted:
    What can you eat with Crohn's and Diabetes?I have both and don't know what to do.Also anyone still having problems after a bowel resection.I had it done in December 2011.I still get bloaty,gassy,crampy.I also have vaginal issues.Anyone else?What do I do?
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    miserable_sob responded:
    I couldn't find anything to eat with Ulcerative Colitis, nor have I had much luck finding anything to eat with a J Pouch too or should I say "no colon?" The truth is I'm miserable living like this and looking forward to death.


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