Gastromic problems - stinky burps, horrid gas, constipation, no appetite
Recently I have had little to no appetite, the idea of food is disgusting, and can only manage liquids or cereals and soups. I have had horrible bouts of constipation and also stinky, foul burps, not to mention gas that when it passes smells disgusting. I am a 48 year old diabetic female. I take metformin 2000mg daily, Bydurea once a week, venafaxine HCL 150 mg, glimepiride 4 mg, and Nexium 20 mg. Is there something that I can do to change these symptoms? I have begun taking NatureMade''s Probiotic in the hope that it would help, but so far, not much of a difference.
Sounds like it could be gastroparesis from autonomic neuropathy - i.e involuntary nereves controlling the stomach are sick from diabetes damage. Autonomic neuropathy can also affect the heart, in some cases causing cardiac arrest.
You need to see a doctor ASAP (!) for this and also and get your diabetes under control.
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