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Help on what products to choose!
August 23, 2013
3:16 pm
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March 23, 2010

Dear Kelley,

I'd love to help, however your questions are definitely medical in nature.  We here at Renew Life Support aren't prepared to deal with medically oriented issues on this blog, however Brenda Watson would be happy to help. Please join her Community for free here - You can post health questions to her directly there and also search years of her answers to other people’s posts. Just cut and paste your question. You'll find the help you need, no doubt.

Renew Life Support

August 23, 2013
2:27 pm
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Hello, my name is Kelley, and I really need help figuring out what product to use. I have been suffering from chronic yeast infections for many years and extreme vaginal itching. I also get eczema-like rashes under my arms and in my elbow, and discoloration on my stomach. I have severe fatigue and get frequent headaches. There are so many products to choose from, so I was wondering if you could help me decide which options which would be best for me. I'm desperate for relief. Thank you.

July 5, 2012
1:12 pm
Forum Posts: 345
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March 23, 2010

Dear Kyle,

You really have some issues there. I'm certainly not telling you anything new. They're a bit out of the scope of this particular forum.

I would suggest that perhaps you join Brenda Watson's Community – (for free) where you could actually pose your question to Brenda under "Ask Brenda". You can also search a large database of answers that Brenda has given over years that might prove helpful.

Brenda answers the questions as her busy schedule permits. Of course, she doesn't give medical advice, however it sounds like you're seeking gentle natural products that will soothe your unique situation.

You sound like you have a really great attitude which seems to promote accelerated healing in any situation!Thanks for letting us know that the Renew Life products are helping a bit – and good luck in the future!

June 25, 2012
4:54 pm
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June 25, 2012
My name is Kyle.  I have started using some of your products, and I have noticed that they do help a little bit; plus, I have been trying to read some of the information presented by Brenda Watson.  Supplements that I have been trying are the intestinew, intestinal bowel soother, digestmore, and the kids digest. 
I have a wide variety of problems.  Last year, I had my colon removed for colon inertia, so I just have my small intestine connected to my rectum.  Also, this year, I had a gastric neurostimulator placed in my body to stimulate my stomach; since I was diagnosed with gastroparesis.  As you can see, I have had a variety of problems.  I can tell the neurostimulator is starting to help, but I have started to take natural supplements to help with my condition.  I have found ginger, b vitamins, cinnamon can help with nausea, and even get me to eat a little bit better and relieve indigestion.  At first, I started just taking the kids enzyme because it was easy on my stomach.  Then, I started experimenting with the other supplements. 
I just want to know what supplements you think I should take because usually my left abdomen can hurt and bloat a little bit everytime I eat or drink due to my gastroparesis.  However, since I do not have a colon anymore, I can feel like I have to go to the bathroom sometimes a lot, which affects my eating.  I can get sooo much gas and bloating that it makes me nausea.  Plus, my gastroparesis can affect my bowel habits because I know I still do not eat enough sometimes to push it out, so I use suppositories.  I am tired of using suppositories, and I do feel the best when I at least go a couple times a day (but I don't want diarrhea either), since I am starting to eat a little bit more.  I am noticing that I am getting my bowels to regulate and thicker with the intestinew or bowel soother to make me feel a little bit better, and not use imodium (I do not want to use imodium to prevent gas because then I do not want to get stopped up!)  However, I am afraid to take certain things sometimes because then I can run into diarrhea mode. 
Which products do you think would be best for me to regulate my stomach and intestines, keep gas and bloating in check, etc.?  I would appreciate any feedback, as I know this year I am finally getting on the road to health, and I do believe in your products because I think they are helping the most at least controlling some of my symptoms at times, but not all the time.  Please help!!!!
Plus, I forgot to add that I feel better knowing that I take natural supplements (that even work better at times) than acid reducers.  I am afraid sometimes that I have damaged my stomach or intestines from the years of ppi's, laxatives I have taken and still take every once in awhile, but I am not taking it all the time now.  =)  Now, I just take a zantac every once in awhile.  I hope to hear from you soon!!!
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