Dear Dr. Roach: I have been dealing with more than 40 years of sheer syndrome. I had less cramps and small skin was allowed to put out drinking spouts. Now, however, over the past few years I have mild confusion and very much bleeding. I take dicyclomine, 10 mg, for food and sleep sites, which helps a little with spasm. As bleeding more constant, I take Phazyme, Tums and Pepto-Bismol, along with 150-mg ranitidine, which helps a little. I've been trying to get too many pills to check it. I have received silver reflux lately & press & # 39; a stomach and under the chest with a lot of burping.
My question is if it's OK to take all the pills in a few hours, or is there a better alternative?
I wore a heart monitor for a month to beat irregular heartbeats and high heart rate. Paraphernalia were recorded, but it was not difficult enough to be right now. I feel that the problem was caused by the pressure of hemorrhage.
Feminine bowel syndrome is a common (10 to 15 percent of adults) radiation from & # 39; a gastrointestinal tract, manifested by abdominal pain or discomfort and hemorrhage, along with changes in intestinal movements, such as diarrhea or remodeling. Abdominal discomfort is typically released by a bowel movement in IBS.
Primary treatment for IBS is a suitable money and relationship with food. The stopping of milk, for example, was a great help to you.
Other types of changes may reduce the need for medication, and a meeting with a gastroenterologist and a nutritionist diabetic may have a dramatic effect on your symptoms. Many diets (known as FODMAPs, for "fermenting oligo-, di-, monosaccharides and polyols") can augment symptoms, and learn how to reduce it makes more space when I have 10 columns.
Dicyclomine is an antispasmodic that helps some people with IBS. Phazyme is a brand of simetikon, an anti-gas agent; Humor is an anthology; Pepto-Bismol is in antidiarrheal and anti-microbial; and ranitidine suppress stomach sidestream. None of them are specific to irritable intestinal syndrome, and all are generally considered a few serious negative effects. I'm not sure how much of your symptoms are due to acid reflux (sugar back from my stomach, in the esophagus) and how much IBS are. I'm glad you didn't need any medication. Try to reduce them, especially if you can find a lot of money.
Irregular heartbeat is common and without any extra symptoms, such as insanity or animal discomfort, no need for further evaluation except to adhere to you.
Dear Dr. Roach: I am recommended a supplement that is made from pueblo fertilizers and vegetables. Do you want this beneficiary?
I believe in eating food, not add-ons, if possible. Additions should be used for specific problems or healthcare and not to promote general health, with a few possible exceptions (omega 3 and vitamin D attacks remain controversial). I prefer you to earn your money on an extra service or two of fruits and vegetables and a day as a grain of powdery supplement.
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