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Am sure my doctor is wrong?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 21, 2006
  • 10:05 AM

I went to the doctors yesterday after sufferring nausea on and off for about 3 months. I explained it was getting more frequent, is worse at night and I also have some lower abdiminal discomfort. I am not actually sick, just feel it. I also have terrible gas problems, foul smelling stools and and feel bloated most of the time.
She immediately said I had a hiatus hernia. Everything I have read on the web though & on the leaflet she gave me says about heartburn and acid pain. That it usually effects the elderly (I'm 38) and the obese (I'm about 1 stone overweight max).
Does anyone have any other ideas what this could be or is she right?

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  • :) Of course you "must" know, that the doctor is aways right? The way i understand it, someone go's to school to become a great healer. Now once in practice, they are bombarded with pharmacutical company description's of various medications. They all without exception, have a list of phd's to reffer you to see. After being on "that" merrygoround myself, i've learned different. Not to say there are'nt some very good qualified people out there. In my lifes experiences, i found that at times you must be the one to make important decisions. Start by, cleansing your body with the proper methods that are offered. Eat nutrisious foods, when possible. So many of the things we put in our bodys, are loaded with who knows what, just be careful. In my case i went straight to the source, the "Lord ***********t"; My body was a mess, after having abused it for years. I can guaranty, that if you apply "all" of the above you'll be just fine. Don't believe me? i don't blame ya, but give yourself this chance, you'll be glad you did, Thank's Lee, in seattle.:)
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    • December 28, 2006
    • 08:35 AM
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