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    Nomorepoop posted:
    So my husband...type 1 diabetic has been receiving tx for chronic diarehea. Colonoscopy, upper GI, Cat Scans MRI, test for Chrons, celiac, everything negative. He lost 30 lbs in 2 weeks and had to be put on an intra-artial feeding bag (PIC). The diarehea stopped b/c he couldn't eat anything. When they stopped the PIC and started eating food again it started right back. It reminds me og the gastro-colic reflex that babies have when they eat. They start to eat and then they poop. Does anyone have any ideas Thanks for your Reply!
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    Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
    You might want to ask over on our Digestive Disorders community. (and you have gotten some good suggestions on the Diabetes community)

    I hope you find some answers soon.


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