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Flatulence

Also called: Gas

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Hi Try either of these, some extra strong mints, or get some very good peppermint cordial, take this strong in one go, the go out for a good...
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If you use Beano, this will help with the gas and burping.  I used this when I was first starting on metformin.        ...
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Hi We all go through this from time to time, we are what we eat, and this is were our gas comes from, either end.I would just watch what your eating...
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Hi Are you eating potatoes in there skins, what us Brits call baked potatoes, its the skin there so go for you but with this exception, the do give...
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Yes, they are compatible medications that can be taken at the same time. They are chemically different and are used to treat different symptoms.
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How fascinating! Have you been doing genealogy or something?In general, I would have to say it is not possible to rupture the bowel due simply to...
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Hi Your find its just a build up of wind, and boy does it hurt, when you get this drink some very strong peppermint cordial, give it 10 minutes and...
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yes! it can get pretty much anywhere and cause bad pains. i often get it in my ribs. did you recently have a sugary?
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You will probably be just fine.....hand-washing and intact skin (on your hands) is an excellent defense against the transmission of viruses.That was...
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Change your diet to less fatty/spicy/alcoholic food and drinks. Try to lower the amount per sitting and spread the servers out throughout the day...
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You probably have hemmoroids.  I had them and required surgery to have them removed; after alternative therapy didn't work (creams)...
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What you are describing kind of sounds like irritable bowel syndrome.  It is easily affected by what you eat, hence the mucous in the stool...
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Babies under three months of age have very little beneficial bacteria in their colon. Consequently, they will often be very, very gassy (impressive...
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