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joji732
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Okay, this is an unexpected result - in a good way, but unexpected nonetheless.

I've had my SWAMI for about a week, but I really haven't been following exactly.  As a start, I've just been avoiding the foods SWAMI says I should avoid.

I expected to lose some of my post-nasal drip and similar symptoms, and that has happened.  What I wasn't expecting - certainly not this soon in the process - is that my urinary continence issue would be reduced so dramatically.  In the past, it has improved somewhat when I lose some weight, but I always attributed that to there being less pressure on the bladder.  I'm guessing that the culprit is either wheat or corn, as those are things I've always reduced or eliminated when I was dieting.  Whatever the reason, I'm pleased that I can put the thoughts of surgery behind me!
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Wheat everytime will do it to me.


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happy for you!
keep up the good work!


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That's great to hear, joji!  And congratulations on getting your swami done!




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This swami, how much measuring needs to be done?  I am definitely thinking about doing this as my reflux & arm pain is still a nagging problem or should I wait till I've been on GTD for a few months?
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if your GTD diet works for you, there s no need for swami.

so give it a try and see.


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Okay, this is an unexpected result - in a good way, but unexpected nonetheless. Whatever the reason, I'm pleased that I can put the thoughts of surgery behind me!
That is terrific!!

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I amso thrilled for you...your post just geave me more insentive to stick with this, a I too have that issue and it seemed to come and go based on my diet...so thank you for sharing this great success


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