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    oneflyride
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    Ok so I’m feeling mildly dehydrated today and yesterday I had was pretty badly dehydrated . I think I’m retaining a lot of fluid and Can’t seem to pee enough/properly, even though I’m drinking plenty of water ( sipping slowly ) – What may be the reason? I’m also mildly constipated ..

    My breakfast consisted of one celery and cucumber juice ,one hard boiled egg with some green leafy vegetables , a goat milk yogurt kefir, and later a bit of tomatoes. I ate some broccoli and artichokes for dinner.

    Any suggestions?

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    tude58
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    oneflyride;49465 wrote: Ok so I’m feeling mildly dehydrated today and yesterday I had was pretty badly dehydrated . I think I’m retaining a lot of fluid and Can’t seem to pee enough/properly, even though I’m drinking plenty of water ( sipping slowly ) – What may be the reason? I’m also mildly constipated ..

    My breakfast consisted of one celery and cucumber juice ,one hard boiled egg with some green leafy vegetables , a goat milk yogurt kefir, and later a bit of tomatoes. I ate some broccoli and artichokes for dinner.

    Any suggestions?

    I’m drinking between 1-2 gallons of water per day. Plus decaff coffee with almond milk. I get the same things going on but chalk it up to my liver not up to par y-e-t. When I get too uncomfortable with bloating or constipation I use a coffee enema and drink Ultima Replenish before, during and after the enema.

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    raster
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    It’s likely related to your liver and you need to drink way more water. What liver support supplements are you taking?

    -raster

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    oneflyride
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    raster;49475 wrote: It’s likely related to your liver and you need to drink way more water. What liver support supplements are you taking?

    -raster

    I’m taking a milk thistle supplement . I drank about 2 liters of water today but I’m not done. I know I need to drink more but can’t do that while dehydrated as it will only make matters worse. I’m sensing a lot of mucus ( I think) in my intestines (sometimes constantly moving – especially while lying down – is this normal?)

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    If you are constipated, this will prevent you from peeing from my experience.

    -raster

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    oneflyride
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    Yes, I think I sense mucus moving into my lower areas which also contributes to my constipation ( and plenty of bloating and pressure in my lower area). I’m taking Pantethine and Molybdenum as well. Should I try a coffee edema tomorrow ? I’ve never done one before . Any tips to help constipation .I’m already drinking lots of water… I really want the toxins to leave my body but can’t seem to manage to. Btw, I ate some brussel sprouts yesterday without knowing they’re strong antifungals (stupid me) and I also drank some water mixed with a bit of apple cider vinegar.

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