That stinks valli. I eat all sorts of peanuts, nuts, and dried fruit and I haven't had an issue with my pouch, nor do they come out painfully. They are sort of a safer thing for me. Stuff I have to avoid is HOT stuff. Hot comes out burning often, but once in a while, I eat it without any repercussion. Once in a while, I eat something very mild and it comes out like a level 10 hot.
People say to chew well to avoid blockages. I don't think I've seen anyone mention that nuts are bad for their pouch, but you never know, and I know your pouch is finicky as it is so avoiding rough foods may be for the best.
I am happy you've been doing well for a few months. I hope this passes quickly. Are you still taking antibiotics or have you been off for a while?
Hi NSSG gave up the antibiotics a few months before the fecal transplant since then things settled down a wee bit . Not 100% but as well as my pouch will allow .
Spices for me are a no no even a little red pasta sauce burns right thru . I typically avoid anything that has any spice to it . I believe I have a extremely sensitive pouch .
I tried dried mangos last week three small pieces and I paid running to the bathroom for hours .
Hope you are doing well
49 year old female mother of 4
UC since 1993 remission off and on
The last flare-up was 2008 till 2009 remission till June 2017
Hospitalized November 2017 for 5 weeks
Anemia 4 blood transfusions in hospital
prednisone, asacol, pentasa,encort enemas, steriod enemas, hurmia all failed
Dec/17 Total colectomy
March/2018 2nd surgery J pouch
Take down 3rd surgery Aug/ 18
Cuffitis sept/Mar 2019