Loved your post. I have slow emptying, small hiatal harenia, minor reflux, stomach looks 9 months pregnant. Gaining weight, like crazy, but no appetite. I walk a lot. Wants me on Prilosec and domperidone. I also have diverticulitis. All this came about from gall bladder and apendix surgery. Now my thyroid test show in range but slightly enlarged and nodules on it. What do I do? I get no answers...but drugs.
Thank you for what you teach us.
hey man, just read a post you added for bile reflux. i was wondering if you are still symptom free. I'm just beginning to have some symptoms and not sure if its low stomach acid or bile reflux. no pain yet, just some burning and my tongue is burning too. it does seem that my ppi is not working. however, sometime when i eat spicy food it gets better and sometimes it doesn't. very confused. i have no insurance and probably won't for awhile. could you email me and let me know how your recovery is going. ***@****
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