... Reduce acidic foods. Keep alkaline foods high in your food chart. ... (2 replies)
... If you are taking any drugs for these conditions, I'd check the side effects. OA and OP drugs both induce GERD and IBS.
I sailed through peri, and surgical menopause like a breeze, except the bad reaction to the estrogen, which started the drug induced GERD roller coaster ride. 98% of all my GERD issues have been RX Drug caused, as has the IBS. Since I eat low fat, low... (13 replies)
... It's so confusing, because it's making it so difficult to really identify any triggers. I was on the candida diet for 3 months, and ever since I started adding foods back into my diet, some foods cause issues some of the time, and I can't really figure out what to eat or not eat! I wish I knew the answer.... ... (2 replies)
... is to take digestive enzymes and probiotics. Somehow the key to a lot of this is keeping the stomach neutral. I don't know. I am sensitive to a lot of different foods that I never used to be. Again I think that is the hormonal thing. I feel like I am the only one going through this but apparently not. ... (13 replies)
... It's a terrible disease and you just never know. One day you can be great and the next wham! I've been doing great on it. Then the other day I took 2 Tylenol. It KILLED me. I cannot take Advil or Tylenol, haven't tried aspirin yet. Too afraid. Best to you too! (13 replies)
... I take Slippery Elm 2 capsules 400 mg each twice a day. I also take Ginger Root twice a day as well as a teaspoon of Heather's tummy fiber twice a day. I even go as far as eating an Activea yogurt every day.
While I think the combo is helping, it doesn't "work" for me. I still have so many issues. However, I know it helps since the day after I miss my regimine I am a... (13 replies)
... wheat and dairy are often allergy triggers since I have cut back on all of those I don't have the asthma symptoms as much anymore. I don't eat all the yummy junk foods and ice cream anymore but I do feel better. ... (4 replies)
... I will try to sum this up as best as I can!
female. 21 year old. 110 pounds. no personal or family history of bowel conditions or diseases
that i know of. eat fruits and veggies from time to time.
About a year ago - I started having upper stomach pain - sharp, burning, naseous, acid taste in mouth.
Sometimes the pain was so bad that i ended up going to the... (0 replies)
... at least until two weeks ago everything resulted OK including pancreas. Due to elimination of some fatty foods and dairy products from my diet, and also due to exercising I lost nearly 9KGs in 7 months. ... (4 replies)
... I also have acid reflux and IBS. This is what I have found to help ease both my acid reflux and IBS. Every day I take Citrucel, acidophilus, a digestive enzyme, Bentyl(prescription for IBS that is anti spasmodic) and Prilosec( in the morning and at night) I have put the head of my bed up on bed risers to help keep the acid coming up into my throat when I am sleeping or you can... (13 replies)
... didn't work for me for the gas but it might work for you. good luck. also it seems like what I eat makes me sick too but I would if I was you stay away from fast foods at all time, it can make ibs and other problems worse. ... (0 replies)
... s really loud. Its like when i eat its moving through me too quickly so i need more food again. A lot of the time after i eat my stomach rumbles too like all the foods rushing through me and my stomach is swirling it around. In the evenings i also get major sugar cravings. ... (2 replies)
... as acid reflux medicine goes, I got much better results from Prilosec and using a digestive enzyme twice a day helps. Staying away from acidic, gassy, and spicy foods help with both IBS and acid reflux symptoms. Using a bed wedge pillow or putting your bed up on bed risers help not to get acid reflux at night. ... (2 replies)
... nd lips, and you feel itchy at all any where take at least 50 mg of Benadryl right away. I would consider going to the ER and or calling 911. Allergy reactons to foods get worse every time you're exposed to the allergen and could be life threatening. ... (3 replies)
... You could have gotten the parasite from eating out somewhere. Salads, undercooked foods, playing with a pet, not washing your hands, someone else not washing their hands... It's more common than you think. Depending on the parasite you have, treatment can be fairly simple. It could be a round of medication to an herbal remedy. Symptoms can range from fatigue, dry skin, to... (4 replies)
... I have ibs that makes me use the bathroom at least 4 times a day. Was just wonderiNg if there were certain trigger foods that I should avoid. I also am lactose intolerant. ... (0 replies)
... of the time this happens I can't say it is certain foods that cause it. i can eat fries one day without problems then the next day it can cause problems. I have IBS i take donnatal for the cramping and gas pains. ... (2 replies)
... I had narrowed some foods down, and almost thought it was oils that I possibly was allergic too. ... (2 replies)
... fter suffering bowel problems for ages now,my GP has indicated that I might be suffering from IBS. She has suggested I keep a food diary to try to identify what foods are causing me problems. ... (1 replies)
... I have just learned about fermented foods.
For years I have been suffering from proctitis. I have been treated with conventional meds by a gastroenterologist to no avail. My condition worsened this year with the humid rainy summer. My GI provider returned my phone call and said that I would have this the rest of my life. He said that another colonoscopy was not... (1 replies)