May 30, 2024

My cornstarch addiction

In 1985, I was over the moon as I awaited the arrival of my first child. However, my pregnancy was marred by an unexpected diagnosis of fibroids. My doctor explained that the fibroids were causing me unbearable pain because my baby was lying on them.

The pain was so severe that I found it difficult to carry out my day-to-day activities. I had to take pain medication frequently, but it only provided temporary relief. I was desperate for a more effective solution.

One day, I came across an article that mentioned that some women had found relief from consuming cornstarch. I was skeptical at first, but I was willing to try anything to ease the pain. So you started to eat cornstarch in small quantities, and to my surprise, it helped. I found that it gave me a sense of fullness, reduced my cravings for other foods, and provided relief from my fibroid pain.

I became addicted to eating cornstarch, and over time, I started to eat more and more. I ate it straight from the box, and my cravings for it only grew stronger. However, after nearly three years of consuming cornstarch, I experienced a dramatic turn of events.

One day, I began to feel extremely weak and dizzy. I went to see my gynecologist, and she ran some tests. The results were shocking; I was severely anemic. My doctor determined that my addiction to cornstarch was the root cause of my anemia, and I needed a blood transfusion.

After the transfusion, I felt much better, and my cravings for cornstarch disappeared. I never ate it again. I realized how dangerous my addiction had become, and how important it is to listen to your doctor’s advice.

I started to focus on living a healthier lifestyle, and I was grateful to be free from my cornstarch addiction. My health improved dramatically, and I felt more energetic than I had in years. I learned an important lesson about taking care of myself, and I never forgot it. Have you ever struggled with this addiction?

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