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Sat, Jan 5 8:53am · Xifaxan in Digestive Health

That’s amazing! I have checke GoodRx a couple of times, but nothing in my area.

Thu, Jan 3 3:44pm · Xifaxan in Digestive Health

I will.

Thu, Jan 3 1:12pm · Xifaxan in Digestive Health

I love Xifaxan. Over the years it has helped tremendously. I would use it a couple of times a year when things got pretty bad. There were times when it didn’t fully treat the infection. With current pricing I just can’t afford it. Don’t understand why the price skyrocketed. Maybe because people liked it. I have also been on other antibiotics- but they tend to knock out good bacteria. I’m looking into buying from Canada.

Tue, Jan 1 1:10pm · Digestive Help :) in Digestive Health

Could be several things- that’s why he should see a GI doctor to evaluate.

Tue, Jan 1 11:12am · Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome (MALS) in Digestive Health

I have only found one type of nausea bands in our drug stores. It’s a good supplement to other treatments. Takes the edge off nausea enough so I could function. Ginger was also important.
Saved Zofran for worst times because of its constipating effect. It really works very well otherwise!

Dec 31, 2018 · Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome (MALS) in Digestive Health

I have used nausea bands. Elastic wristbands with a small ball- like acupuncture.

Dec 30, 2018 · 18month year old with recurrent viral infections in About Kids & Teens

@maruchan0317 – how old is your child? Is she up to date with immunizations?
Traveling exposes everyone to many illnesses, especially in a foreign country that may not use same immunizations as we do. One example is whooping cough. At times a regular cold lingers and can turn into a secondary infection in ears, sinuses or chest. Having a fever for 4 days is cause for a visit with the pediatrician.