Robert an alternative model for you to consider which I came across recently and sounds convincing. Mostly people who suffer from low stomach acid do not have blood that is slightly acidic but rather slightly alkaline.
But for a while now I have nausea,bloating,stomach pain,and lately horrible vomiting,it feels like nothing is moving or digesting,it is food that I ate days ago sometimes.it’s awful,and the acid reflux too,horrible headache also.I am literally can’t keep anything down! I am at my wits end.I don’t know what to do.so should I try to go the low acid way.I’m just so sick right now, I can’t think straight.Help me Please!!
I was told by one that she was too young for low acid (she is 20) and the other was ready to ship her off for a gastric pacemaker! She has a lot of stomach pain after eating meat. I’m scared for her to try the baking soda test. She vomits frequently. Acid reducers make her symptoms worse but the doctors say it’s necessary to protect her esophagus.
Felt like i had asthma. Drs did tests etc put me on prilosec.
Hi I have been having trouble with my stomach since I had pneumonia 20 plus years ago and I was in the hospital with antibiotics for 1 and 1/2 months. My symptoms are that when I – for example – eat meat or protein – I get spasms in my pelvis and rectum. I feel like I have to go to the bathroom but nothing moves.
- This also explains why patients with reduced stomach acid are susceptible to insufficient neurotransmitter-related illnesses, such as Parkinson’s disease, depression and anxiety.
- I had a heavier dinner (more meat) for dinner and took another.
- Other possible problems caused by acid back-up include inflammation of the throat, voice box, and airways.
- Doctors have observed that heartburn and indigestion may be relieved in some people by avoiding or reducing the intake of caffeine and alcohol.
Our own clinical experience supports this. So far every client we see with heartburn or acid indigestion has responded well to enzyme or hydrochloric acid supplementation. The information presented by Healthnotes is for informational purposes only. It is based on scientific studies (human, animal, or in vitro), clinical experience, or traditional usage as cited in each article.
If I eat now four hours later the food is sitting heavy in my stomach. I burp repeatedly all day.
The consultant told me off for not taking the PPIs and when I said I didn’t think I had too much acid he said that there is something called ‘Silent Reflux’ which is what I no doubt had. I went back to my doctor to get the PPIs but I still haven’t taken them. I am scared to take them in case I do have low stomach acid and it makes the situation worse, and scared not to take them in case I develop the cancer. I still have the ‘lump’ feeling in my throat and am still constantly clearing my throat.