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No one can figure out what's wrong!!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 21, 2014
  • 03:44 PM

I've been sick since December 2013, it was basically like an on off switch and I was instantly sick overnight. I felt off for a week, started losing my appetite and that Sunday night I had some wine before bed, woke up at 4am with insane nausea and indigestion. Tried to take Pepto but it didn't touch the acid. I ended up throwing up that morning hours later. I thought I had the flu because I just generally had that feeling where your body feels bogged down. I gave it a week but I couldn't eat, everytime I tried I felt like throwing up, I felt feverish all the time. I waited it out but the digestive problems continued nausea was the worst part along with insane acid indigestion. Went to the doctor and was put on omeprazole 80mg a day which cut out some of the acid problem but I've remained nauseated and still get acid indigestion with every meal reguardless. I started getting gallbladder pains, and went back to the doctor. I had every test done but they all came back normal. Now I'm being referred to a GI specialist. I'm getting married in August, and I'm really hoping to find the problem before then! Please help

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  • It may sound stupid but try eating activia yogurt twice a day every day. It's bizarre something so simple could resolve gi problems. Google probiotics and inflammation. I had severe crazy diarrhea that freaked me out and after a few days vanished on the activia and I feel better than I have in years. So bizarre.
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