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Gases in stomach

Postby Gasese » Fri, 05 Aug 2005 10:50 am

Hi experts,

I'm a newbie.
I have been having problems with my stomach. A lot of gases & I keep releasing gases every now n then however those gases are odourless.

Can anyone help or provide advices on how to reduce gases in the stomach or intestine? Would drinkin ginger tea help?? Or is there any better solutions?

Thanks a million

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Treat ur problem.

Postby GleefulDream » Tue, 16 Aug 2005 4:01 pm

Hi there

I got a very good recommendation to your problem. I'm a distributor of Pharmanex, I do distribute a product named ProBio which helps a lot in such problem. Cos i also did recommend to my relatives n they commented very effective.

You can visit this site n find out more abt product knowledge, http://www.pharmanex.com/corp/product/s ... obio.shtml

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Regards
Kelly

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Re: Gases in stomach

Postby Yutenji » Tue, 16 Aug 2005 5:47 pm

Gasese wrote:Hi experts,

I'm a newbie.
I have been having problems with my stomach. A lot of gases & I keep releasing gases every now n then however those gases are odourless.

Hi,
Firstly I'd like to apologise in advance for my answer, which is not terribly serious ... however, I'm in that kind of mood today. :twisted:
Next, I'd like to congratulate you for having realised that the contributors to this forum are indeed 'experts' when it comes to releasing bodily gases. One just needs to read some of the posts to see how much gas is released. (Yes, myself included :roll: )
Finally, if you've managed to achieve odourless releases, then quite frankly you probably have got a much lesser problem than most people. :wink:
I do hope that someone out there will give you a better answer than mine.
Good luck.

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Postby Alfalfa » Tue, 16 Aug 2005 6:01 pm

Maybe this will help ya....

http://www.sukondee.com/trapped-wind.htm

Read up and find out why and how you can avoid this gassy situation..

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Alfalfa :)
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gases in stomach

Postby Virgo » Wed, 17 Aug 2005 3:19 pm

alfafa,

have you tried it yourselve...quite tempted to try...

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Postby Alfalfa » Wed, 17 Aug 2005 3:23 pm

Dear Virgo,

I haven't got that much gas problem in me.. I was told gassy problem in the tum tum is due to what you eat and a bad digestive system.

Peoplpe who has a good system do not actually burb and pass out gas that much ..

So if you have this problem.. why not try it.. it may work right... :lol:
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Postby marriedwithkids » Thu, 18 Aug 2005 9:51 am

Hard to tell without knowing what you eat, how much you eat, and what your lifestyle is.

i used to have irritable bowel syndrome. This was traced to a food allergy from too much pineapple juice, as I realised that everytime I consume pineapple juice on an empty stomach, it'd floor me.

There is probably some kind of a food you're allergic to which causes this, or your diet may not be right. Speak to a doctor about it.

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Postby ah_lun » Wed, 14 Sep 2005 1:10 am

try domperidone 10mg

can only get from pharmacy cos is a Pharmacy drug

good for reducing gas

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Postby babykasim » Wed, 14 Sep 2005 5:11 pm

this is what i make when I feel bloated:

clean ginger n put in a pot with a bit of black pepper and sugar.
boil and drink the water.

its easy to make and helps ease the bloatedness :D

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Re: Gases in stomach

Postby Scarlet Pimpernel » Thu, 15 Sep 2005 11:29 pm

Gasese wrote:Hi experts,

I'm a newbie.
I have been having problems with my stomach. A lot of gases & I keep releasing gases every now n then however those gases are odourless.

Can anyone help or provide advices on how to reduce gases in the stomach or intestine? Would drinkin ginger tea help?? Or is there any better solutions?

Thanks a million


Try peppermint water from the pharmacy. Works really well.
You could be suffering from lactose intolerance that is if you drink milk and experience a bloated feeling . Its mainly an asian problem
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Gasese

Postby Scorpion » Fri, 16 Sep 2005 2:42 am

Sleep an rest well, eat more digestive food.


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