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Sandy J: CREST
I am hoping I may be able to have contact with any person who has CREST with skin involvement, and who especially has the problem with stomach dysmotility.
I have had an ileostomy for two years and a feeding peg for just over one year, and would appreciate comments from any person who also has one or both of these problems.
I can eat a small bowl of cereal for breakfast, a plain yogurt and tin of ensure for lunch, but the rest of the days feeding is done via the feeding pump.
I also have Raynaud's quite badly, fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis.
I look forward to any response.
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