...Gas feels stuck in upper mid stomach , 6 Days and counting.....
First off I think that I cannot eat cheese anymore. but milk, butter, bread, and some Cheddar I can eat. I finally figured this out last Saturday night with a hearty Mexican Dinner with plenty off cheese. I Hate to give It up and gave it one more chance to see if I was Lactose Intolerant. Well, I payed big time.Up the whole night With Diarrhea and HORRIBLE stomach pains NO nausea (Which I assume is Lactose related). Now being new to this is it normal for this horrible gas feeling to still be in my upper stomach? 6 days later? it feels like its going to pop at times while just standing around at work which causes sudden nausea, I cant seem to Burp lately or Pass Wind (Which I normally am good at) and come to think of it I normally get a bout of acid reflux two or three times a week and havent had one yet this week which I have had for years now.
What could be wrong with my innards?
whats a good cure for this gas? I hear Apple cider Vinegar?
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