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When a Short Bowel Syndrome diagnosis makes you question how you can comfortably eat, drink & live…

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DIETITIANS CAN BE GREAT RESOURCES FOR THOSE WITH SBS

Short Bowel Syndrome, also known as SBS, is a rare, serious and chronic malabsorption condition where patients are unable to absorb enough nutrients and fluids from the food they eat due to the surgical removal of a large part of their intestines. With less intestine available to absorb nutrients from the food they eat, people with SBS must be mindful about the nutrition their body needs.

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eating with SBS
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living with SBS

Managing Total Parenteral Nutrition can be a big part of your life…

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Parenteral and enteral nutrition can provide life-sustaining nourishment for many patients. Some patients may have trouble coping with the challenges that accompany this therapy and need additional support. Discover ways to get help and talk to your doctor.

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nutritional support
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Determining healthcare needs with your team of doctors…

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An SBS diagnosis can influence many aspects of your healthcare plan. That’s why it’s important to create a healthcare team that works together.

>DISCUSS YOUR CONDITION AND MANAGEMENT
GOALS WITH YOUR HEALTHCARE TEAM
Norma, a patient
living with SBS

When your daily life feels more stressful than before…

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Life after a Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS) diagnosis may look different than you expect, and that can be stressful. But there are ways to help adapt to the changes in your lifestyle to help reduce stressors from your daily healthcare routine.

>Learn some tips about
how to manage stress