The answer is Yes, although you might wanna make sure and wait for someone else to confirm my answer as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the Medifast guys because they can answer you better...
It is so hard to be in pain most of the time. But then to hear someone you love say hurtful things to you. I am sure you don't want to be in pain. Sometimes my husband gets upset but I really think it is because he can't help me. Not because he doesn't believe me or can't wait for me to get over it. But that he can't make me better.
And he can't help you. I.
You feel better. Do you ever use a.
.? Also I drink hot tea it feels good in my stomach. I know when I vent I usually feel better...
I have a long list of health problems and I do complain occasionally. My husband isn't sensitive about it or act concerned, but he's not a jerk about it either. I wish he was more sensitive to my issues like I am his, but I am affraid it will never be. Come on here and vent....no one here will get upset about your.
Hey I know this too - I am curretnyl single and scared to start a relationship with a lovely guy I have met because my last partner said oh just get up n get on with it :O/ My family think I'm doing it for attention and I quite often sit here and cry to myself saying I acnt do this anymore - why wont nobody listen to me !!..
I can relate to that too,my partner who is now my EX partner broke our engagement /relationship off one week ago,and one of the reasons he gave is ...although he did try and find out more about IBS in order to understand it more fully,he still found he couldn`t..I will give him the credit for trying at least,but I always have said if you love someone enough you will stick by them ...in sickness and in health... it was the limitations it placed on my outings,and therefore consquently on his too,he found he just could not deal with it....
I think it is hard for most people to understand unless they have it too, or have really seen you at your worst, but then they seem to forget once you seem better. It can get very frustrating for us but I have learned over the many years of having this, that I really dont care as much what people think or dont think about my condition, if they dont get it too bad!..
I can kinda relate.. when I first was diagnosed with IBS my boyfriend didnt realy understand.. hes like just take meds and relax blah.. he loves pizza and all that greasy stuff.. we use to fight on where to go to dinner etc.. lastnite I got really sick off of chocolate and he now he realizes how bad it is..