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Hard Boiled Eggs
Hard Boiled Eggs.
I suffer sometimes (too often now) with diarrehea.
I have read conflicting advice on the net,are they good to prevent it or not.
I am sorry that this is not a pleasant question,but hopefully somebody might have experience of this?
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scorpiojo,No no actual pattern.I asked my doctor what might cause any looseness that I have.She did say that the Metformin I am taking might cause it,and changed me to another make of this medication,but couldn't suggest further.
As I said above,the GP has put me on anther make of Metformin,which is better,but I still get(less) loosness.I just came across the theory(on the net) that hard boiled eggs might help, and wondered if anyone had experience of this?
I have had a"poo"test done,and the GP thinks that it's the side effects of the (new)Metformin.As I say it's better than before,but not solved.That's why I asked about hard boiled eggs helping.
I do take Imodium to stop it,but hoped that hard boiled eggs would stop it starting?
Thank You all~Gordon
List of foods that should be avoided when on metformin. Mentioned on all sites that reference the drug
Refined/processed carbohydrates: Stuff like white bread, white rice, candy, soda, white pasta, white rice
Saturated fats: Things like red meat, butter, cheese
Trans fats: Baked goods from stores, fast food
Lots of sodium: Pre-packaged snacks, canned soups, fast food
Sugar-sweetened soda, chips, crackers, ice cream, cakes, chocolates