For a year now i have been sick, seems that almost anything i eat makes me nauseous and vomit.. I have done all of the foods to avoid, small meals and everything i have been told. I have had just about every test done including an upper and lower gi and scope. Only thing found is acid reflux. I have almost constant heartburn, indigestion and bad taste in my mouth also will have a bowel movement almost immediately after eating. Am taking prescribed anacid which i have recently been vomiting up also. I am tired of this and want help- nothing seems to work
Hi...did they ever test u to make sure ur issues r from too much acid?...Too little acid can have the same symptoms...ask about a PH test...and see if that may help......bcuz if u have too little acid and take antacids u will feel worse instead of better.
Also ask ur Dr about possibly trying probiotics to help get ur digestive track back in balance.
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