Has your gas problem been solved ?
I have the same problem as you.
Recently I was diagnosed for H Pylori and lactose intolerance.
The antibiotics cleared the H Pylori and gas stopped. However after stopping the antibiotic, the gas problem started again.
I rechecked for H Pylori and I do not have this bacteria any more. However now I know the culprit must be some other bacteria other than H Pylori. The bad breath can be caused by intestinal gas absorbed by blood and thrown out via the lungs.
you didnt mention any of these but worth looking into if not already done: Chrones disease, IBD issues, food allergies. Food allergies can create havoc on stomach and digestion. Keep track of what you are eating and see your body reaction. I was chronically ill for a year, they were about to cut me open; i had the feeling it was a food allergy and went and got tested and proved right. Highly allergic to soy - which by the way is in just about anything packaged these days! hope this helps
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