My Experience with Slippery Elm

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Rumblesmum
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   Posted 12/3/2012 5:00 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi all, I came on here a couple of weeks ago feeling desperately worried and got some really positive support - thanks to all for that. Well tomorrow I'm going in for my endoscope (bit nervous) and I just wanted to share my experience of slippery elm.
I started to take slippery elm about 4 weeks ago and have taken it pretty much every day since. Over the last couple of weeks my symptoms have lessened to the point that I thought, given time, they would clear up. As I have the endoscope tomorrow I stopped the slippery elm on Saturday (2 days ago) as I thought it may give false results. To cut a long story short, today I feel awful - all symptoms back and getting worse as the day goes on. It must be the slipppery elm that's been helping because, other than the odd dose of gaviscon or windsettlers, it's all I've been taking. It may not work for everyone and the effect is not immediate but it's been a blessing for me.
Jenny.
 
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sweetiepie89
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   Posted 12/3/2012 7:49 AM (GMT -6)   
I know what you mean I have to get a endoscope done today, and I am so worried, and nervous too! I never heard of slippery elm, just researched it up I'm going to ask my Dr. about it. I know my doctor is wanting to do a homeopathic approach, so I wonder if he knows about it.

Rumblesmum
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   Posted 12/4/2012 3:26 AM (GMT -6)   
I hope it went well for you yesterday and that you have good results. I'm just getting ready to go in for mine - then I can get back on that slippery elm!
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