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    Prompted by the resurfaced haemorrhoid thread...

    OK so I have been suffering for 25 years with a lively bottom.

    In 2001, doubling up with stabbing pains to the left lower abdomen, I got a 'clinical diagnosis' of diverticulosis. This means pockets in the lower bowel, causing problems (sudden pain, sudden need to shit) especially in the morning.....

    So I changed to a high fibre diet. Pain disappeared.....

    But the frequency of morning shits slowly increased over the years. To the point where if the train to work had 'no working toilets' (a super special here on the north Kent railway to Hell) I had to go home instead of work.

    Early this year, having reached a preposterous seven shits before ten in the morning, I went back to the doc. Cancer? A camera up the arse said 'no'. It also said my colon was as smooth as a baby's forehead. No diverticulosis. What the actual fark?

    An old mate of mine told me 20 years ago that milk was for children. Adults metabolise lactose with bacteria that irritate the bowel. '**** off, you silly tart' I said.

    In January I though what the ****. Let's try it. Lovely lactose free semi skimmed at Sainsbury. Jobbies a good un?

    Within three days my bowel returned to a motion and productivity I had 40 years ago. I accidentally had a cafe au lait a couple of weeks ago and spent three days on the donought in granny's greenhouse, a situation that reverted after I gave my head (and attention to milk) a wobble.

    Trust me, you over 35s. This is life changing. Milk is for children. I would be rude to not share this with you.

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      Very true, all of that advice. Similarly, huge numbers of people unknowingly suffer from the effects of IBS.

      Although the issue I had was a tumour, I still have that horrible feeling of always needing a loo in sight. It stopped me going to Wembley.

      As my ‘mechanics’ aren’t normalised yet, I might try that milk, just to see if it helps.
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      Soya Milk for me, but I do consume yoghurt and cheese.

      Cow milk tastes like dung once you’ve stopped pouring it in your corn flakes.
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      Have one close relative and one pal both of whom had significant tummy issues and were recommended to go lactose-free. Both instantly stopped having the problems they were suffering.........definitely worth trying.....
      "Prejudice is a great time saver. You can form opinions without having to get the facts"
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      It seems countless people have dodgy bowels these days. It's quite noticeable at work. I've always put it down to poor modern diet, additives etc.

      One colleague of mine can't eat white bread. For me, green salad gives me agonising stomach cramps, but yet I drink milk (often on its own) and have no issues.
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      It may have improved your shitting ability but it hasn't improved your musical taste has it!!
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      Prompted by the resurfaced haemorrhoid thread...

      OK so I have been suffering for 25 years with a lively bottom.

      In 2001, doubling up with stabbing pains to the left lower abdomen, I got a 'clinical diagnosis' of diverticulosis. This means pockets in the lower bowel, causing problems (sudden pain, sudden need to shit) especially in the morning.....

      So I changed to a high fibre diet. Pain disappeared.....

      But the frequency of morning shits slowly increased over the years. To the point where if the train to work had 'no working toilets' (a super special here on the north Kent railway to Hell) I had to go home instead of work.

      Early this year, having reached a preposterous seven shits before ten in the morning, I went back to the doc. Cancer? A camera up the arse said 'no'. It also said my colon was as smooth as a baby's forehead. No diverticulosis. What the actual fark?

      An old mate of mine told me 20 years ago that milk was for children. Adults metabolise lactose with bacteria that irritate the bowel. '**** off, you silly tart' I said.

      In January I though what the ****. Let's try it. Lovely lactose free semi skimmed at Sainsbury. Jobbies a good un?

      Within three days my bowel returned to a motion and productivity I had 40 years ago. I accidentally had a cafe au lait a couple of weeks ago and spent three days on the donought in granny's greenhouse, a situation that reverted after I gave my head (and attention to milk) a wobble.

      Trust me, you over 35s. This is life changing. Milk is for children. I would be rude to not share this with you.

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      Harry ..whats taken you so long to type a very good post
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      It seems countless people have dodgy bowels these days. It's quite noticeable at work. I've always put it down to poor modern diet, additives etc.

      One colleague of mine can't eat white bread. For me, green salad gives me agonising stomach cramps, but yet I drink milk (often on its own) and have no issues.
      I can't do wholemeal....gave in as week and paid for it
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      Harry ..whats then you so long to type a very good post
      And once again? This time in English?

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0Q93v7hGZA
      It's only them that aren't their targets that love the violent and the madmen
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      It may have improved your shitting ability but it hasn't improved your musical taste has it!!
      No. It was always mega pukkah.

      This evening I have been listening to these absolute little French beauties:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0Q93v7hGZA
      It's only them that aren't their targets that love the violent and the madmen
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