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Oh No! Not beans!...

Friday, August 02, 2013

My mom made dinner last night and I decided I haven't had baked beans in forever! I was so excited that I ate my serving with no fear and no regrets!

A few hours later I went to go to the gym and the keypad on the door is broken and people can only go during office hours, no good for the night owls like me. Darn. So I went back up and started on my last homework for the week. Well about half-way through the Homework I got hellacious heartburn. It almost made me sick. I turned over and took my Prilosec and waited for it to kick in and it did. Now, I have to wait for my stomach to calm down so I'm not running to the bathroom. That took about 2-3 additional hours. I went to sleep around 2-2:30am and thankfully only woke up once with having to swallow hard as to not gag. Propped myself back up and went to sleep. Woke up with an upset stomach, gas, and cramping. Weighed myself and I gained over 2 pounds in one day. So admittedly I took my weight from yesterday until this gastrointestinal distress calms down.

Ugh, I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy. I love baked beans, but lesson learned. Unless I want to pay for it later...Do...Not....Eat...
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  • v PAMLICO-DAZE
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    1085 days ago
  • v CHERIJ16
    I have IBS bit I still eat a lot of beans because they have so much fiber and they are very healthy. I take Prilosec every morning and when I eat beans I use Beano. It really works for me.
    1086 days ago
  • v JB7OUT
    But they are so good for the heart... emoticon
    1086 days ago
  • v SRCONNERY
    I hate when that happens. So sorry you had a bad night but I guess an important lesson was learned huh? Hope you are better today!
    1086 days ago
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