I have tried taking apple cider vinegar but it gives me an immediate bad headache and I worry that it may aggravate the inflammation in my oesophagus. I would welcome your opinion/advice on this. hello, after i eata bit, i get the feeling i’m full , i have heartburn ,bloating and difficulty to burp though i feel there is gas in my stomach .when i eat i get nausea .
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It’s important to increase one’s fluid intake to compensate for the fluid lost by vomiting and/or diarrhea. The earliest pregnancy symptom is typically a missed period, but others include breast swelling and tenderness, nausea and sometimes vomiting, fatigue, and bloating. Second trimester symptoms include backache, weight gain, itching, and possible stretch marks.
The doctor had told me to take it for a month but I stopped because of the constipation being bad taking it after two days. now reading about low acid I’m not sure if I have that instead of acid reflux.
I could’t be more grateful because a lot of the things she covered on her article seems to describe what I was going through and the recommendations she gave seem to help relieve my symptoms somehow. I believe everything that is said on this website as well. Chronic low stomach acid seems to be the culprit of a lot of autoimmune diseases.
I don’t know what to do- stop antibiotics? Also, what is best for diet- low FODMAP or SCD?
Some years ago I tried Omeprazole and then Zantac for gastritus and that too made me sick and started reflux symptoms. Hello, I just picked up some Betaine HCl last week and began taking them to help with my GERD and SIBO. I’m a 30 y/o male with a history of extensive antibiotic use and corticosteroid use from a (thankfully) self-limiting autoimmune illness about 5 years ago. My GERD symptoms began in August 2016 and I kept those symptoms at bay with chiropractic adjustments for hiatal hernia, but in the past 6 months I’ve had a resurgence and chiropractic care alone doesn’t seem to help as it once did. I tested positive for SIBO in early 2016 and have been treated a few times with Xifaxan/Neomycin with good results, but the symptoms always come back, and the bloating and gas has been especially bad in the past couple months.
I don’t know if I should be concerned, or happy the treatment is working. I am 55 year old male and have never really had any digestive issues before, except for some acid reflux about 13 years ago, where I took Nexium for a couple of months. I have called your office back in August to make an appointment when I first got all the bad symptoms but was told by your staff that you didn’t have any room for new patients. I am still struggling to find the protocol that helps me. I’m young and exercise almost every day but I’ve been paralyzed for the past 3 months.
I think that most of us are very confused since being told symptoms could be asa result of low stomach acid,yet we are treated for high acidity.ive been on Prilosec for months and it caused alot of problems,eg,itching,burning skin so I was wondering what should i take for rebound heartburn if can’t take Prilosec and/or should I take smthg that will lower my stomach acid even more. i am 65, not overweight, exercise,and take lots of vitamins, and eat a low carb diet. I was forced to go to a gastrointerologist to get my acid reflux in check, and I am still having acid reflux.
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Problem now is, she’s passing really small stools, and they’re more difficult to pass. Wondering if low stomach acid could be the root of all these issues.
enzyme secretion, and acid production essential to digestion function poorly in long-standing diabetes. These changes affect the stomach, the gut, or both. Dr. Richard McCullum, a noted authority on digestion, has said that if a diabetic has any other form of neuropathy (dry feet, reduced feeling in the toes, diminished reflexes, et cetera), he or she will also experience delayed or erratic digestion. The most important pathophysiologic factor in GERD is frequent transient relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES). Other factors include anatomic disruption of the LES as in hiatal hernia, transient increase in intra-abdominal pressure, abnormal esophageal peristalsis with impaired clearance of acid, and gastroparesis.