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    I've never had it and, after these stories, I really hope I never do.
    You poor ladies!

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    On the tube in London. I was going home and had to get off at Tottenham Court Rd and run to a Maccas. There was a guard at the toilets and I basically yelled at him until he let me use the loo!

    Nightmare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    I just keep thinking of the movie bridesmaids.!!!
    That is a great movie

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    In Bosnia when backpacking on my own (don't ask me wtf I was thinking being there in the first place!)

    It was not that long after the war finished, basically no one spoke English. I seriously thought I was going to die there! I ended up checking into a massive posh posh hotel with the American embassy in the foyer so that I could get help finding a doctor.

    Ahhh the things you do when you're young and crazy....

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    Staying at BIL and SIL place. Had it both ends at same time. Was pregnant so kept wetting myself when I vomited. Had to go to hospital for dehydration and was vomiting in front of car next to BIL. Not pretty. Wanted to die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    Having Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Chrones is like having permanent Gastro. I am used to it.
    I have IBS and I hear you! So embarrassing!

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    I got on the train one morning on my way to work- as soon as the doors closed I knew I was in trouble. My mouth filled with saliva, I had the full body sweats and I thought I was going to have to poo/spew into my handbag. It was an express train so it missed a few stations, but I got off at the next stop. Phew, I made it! BUT the bloomin toilet was locked!! So I lined up behind people buying tickets until I got the key, fumbled around til it unlocked, and then was glued to that toilet for a long, long time. It was just awful...

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    At MILs place, I was also in my first trimester and had morning sickness on top of it, I thought I was dying and wanted to go to my parents ( where I lived) but could not move.

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    I have IBS... which isn't quite gastro, but it pretty much all ends up the same way. lol.

    Probably the worst cases have been when I've been driving and stuck in traffic, or when I've been massaging a client at work. You seriously have to give your muscles a MASSIVE workout, while trying to be all calm and relaxing and give good pressure... and you can't even just dart off while they're getting changed, you've got to wait for them to dress, while you're sweating and in pain and your muscles are starting to give out on you... lol. It's not fun.

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    Wow some people have never had this happen? I got it at Brisbane Festival and I refused to use the loos there as I have a public loo phobia. Most uncomfortable ride home ever. I also got an upset stomach pregnant with DS while taking DD to paed. I past out in the toilet and the paed put me on a bed put an iv in and sent me to hospital. I would take any common sickness any day over gastro I can't handle it.


 

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