There’s nothing that ruins your day more quickly than a stomach ache.
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It breaks your concentration, it’s hard to sit still — and sometimes the normal regimens for relief just don’t seem to work the way they’re supposed to.
Could your stomach pain have something to do with what you have been eating lately? It’s possible. More likely, slightly changing the way you eat can relieve symptoms — especially if you have a specific, more serious medical condition in which a specific diet is required as part of treatment.
Abdominal pain can be a sign of a number of problems related to digestion in other conditions. It is only one of several symptoms of a very specific condition called diverticulitis.
Diverticulitis is a condition in which small pouches along the lining of your digestive tract (usually in the colon) called diverticula become infected and/or inflamed. (The suffix -itis means “inflammation.”) When this happens, it can have serious negative effects on your digestive system, causing pain, discomfort, and more.
Changing your diet while recovering from diverticulitis is quick and simple, and allows your digestive system time to heal. Here is a breakdown of everything you need to know about the diverticulitis diet.
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