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I hate my Stomach

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 23, 2006
  • 02:48 AM

I am a 26 year old female. for the past 4-5 years I have had on and off nausea, vomiting mainly in the morning. I am not pregant. I have been on acid blockers, anti depressants, thyroid test fine. the only thing I get told is I have high cholesteral (I am 125 lbs 5'7") and a low white blood cell count. I have trouble gaining weight. I have had a GI scan and drank stuff and they watched it go through my digestive system, all fine. I don't understand why I can be fine for months, drink coffee eat what ever, and then out of the blue I am sick for like 2 weeks sometimes longer sometimes shorter. I used to take birth control pills but stopped b/c when ever I started a new pack they would make me throw up. My husband thinks its hormonal, are there tests for that? any Ideas? I really wish I could get a stomach transplant!

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  • You sound like you may have leaky gut syndrome.Colostrum is good for this and is supposed to help raise white blood cell count and help kill off bad bacteria and virus in the gut and body.I also suggest a visit to a naturopath who does bowel massage to make sure you have no waste adhesions to the bowel and blockage, but before the massage make sure you clean out your entire small and large intestive. A good dose of epson salts will do this but taste pretty gross, so a litre of prune juice over an hour is a good alternative. It is painful but worth it.For any heartburn, try a teaspoon of bicarb soda disolved in water followed by something tasty just in case the taste makes you want to throw up. adn only take the bicarb when really neccessary so you dont go from being too acidic to too alkiline. The bicarb will make you burp, but only a couple of times, so dont wonder what is happening.Agape,searchingsam
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