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Posted by barbara johnson on September 28, 2000 at 12:36:47:

In Reply to: Severe Upper Gas posted by Lee on September 23, 2000 at 22:57:35:

: Hello All,

: My wife has had severe belching for some time now. It doesnt seem to matter what kind of food she eats, she simply gets a tummy ache (not neccessarily after she eats, seems to be whenever), and then I lie down with her, patting her back at which time she burps up an enormous amount of gas or air. It is hard to believe that she could hold that quantity of air inside her!

: Now before anyone suggest that I do the ring around the doctors, we are in no posistion financially to go get this test, this one, and that one, just to find out, as is the case many times with others, they cant find anything wrong. We have no insurance and do not wish to play the game. Needless to say we will see a doctor... but are squimish because of the finances.

: My suspicions are a bacteria that must be thriving inside her stomach. Surely gasses and air cannot pass backwards through the duodenum can it?

: I had her taking some Caprylic Acid, and for a while it seemed to work. Although my suspicions are that by taking a smaller dose, she is only killing a small percentage of the bacteria, only to have them continue to thrive when she stops taking it. Maybe a one time mega dose... ??

: Anyway, just hoping someone out there may have a 'home brew' remedy for this situation.

: One point of interest, though. She never had a problem with belching until she became pregnant. From that point on, it was non stop, but not to the degree it is now.

: Thank you,

: Lee


Caprilyic Acid is normally recommended for candida yeast overgrowth, which is possible since your wife is expecting. See if you can get a whole of Optimal Wellness by Ralph Golan from the library. It has a great section on yeast and other major items that affect someone health.

Grapefruit seed extract is a natural antibotic which is generally safe to use. Ginger tea might be helpful.

Take Care

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