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Dec 5, 2019 · Omeprazole questions in Digestive Health

Is this instant coffee?

Dec 5, 2019 · Omeprazole questions in Digestive Health

Do they have an instant coffee?

Dec 5, 2019 · Omeprazole questions in Digestive Health

Which coffee is low acid? Thank you

Apr 30, 2019 · Fructose Malabsorption in Digestive Health

Yes very interested. I would also appreciate a list of names companies of vitamins example calcium, multi vitamins, probiotics, …. that work well with fructose malabsorption. Thank you

Apr 29, 2019 · Fructose Malabsorption in Digestive Health

I am very interested. I am 60 never had a stomach issue my entire life. Cast iron stomach. Year ago my stomach started feeling weird like nauseous all the time had migraines too. Checked the migraines but was thankfully nothing. Told me I had high blood pressure, which was new to me too. Took meds to control the blood pressure. Decided to check out my stomach issues. Endoscopy showed reflux. Started reflux diet. Still felt nauseous. Took ultra sound all ok. Then took breathing tests. Shower bacterial overgrowth, fructose malabsorption and lactaid intolerance. Never had an issue with anything stomach my entire life. Now everything! Seeing a nutritionist. Feel best when I don’t eat!!!!! Have eliminated everything. Would love to hear what works for you and others. Are there glucose pills we can take? Any advice would be appreciated.

Mar 31, 2019 · Fructose Malabsorption in Digestive Health

I have been diagnosed with fm and lactose intolerance and acid reflux . I no longer have bacterial overgrowth. I do not have gas. My symptoms were constant heart burn and bloating. Yes now see a nutritionist and started a Low FODMAP diet with the elimination of foods for fm and reflux. I have also been taken off gluten. There is not much that I can eat. And only drink water. I have eliminated my vitamins and pro biotic since they all have some form of sugars not allowed. Would love to find a probiotic, calcium and multi vitamin I can take. My menu is basically salmon, chicken, quinoa, brown rice all gluten free.. oatmeal, hard boil eggs, carrots and cucumbers, lettuce. I tried a half slice of Muenster cheese in an omelette and had severe diarrhea. I was a cheeses addict before this all started. So I will try it again at some point maybe a quarter of a slice and maybe fat free. I tried tuna in oil and felt terrible after. So no oil for me. Will try in water soon.
Nutritionist is very helpful. Also doing stress management excercises. I have not touched a fruit in about a year. Trying to feel good for more than 5-6 days.

Mar 31, 2019 · Fructose Malabsorption in Digestive Health

Hi Thanks for replying. I am on omeprazole for my acid reflux. I am taking 10mg a day was on 20 mg a day. I tried other antacids they didn't work. Some made me feel worse. I still have acid reflux and heartburn every day. I also have fructose malabsorption. I have just reconciled myself to no more fruits, fructan or fructose, honey…..
Where do you get the Aloe Vera? Do you juice it with any liquids? I will try anything cause right now I have heartburn and bloating all the time.
How do I go about finding a hospital in my area in NJ that specializes in acid reflux and malabsorption….?
I am off dairy. I have not been tested for celiac but I do not have any issues that I know of with gluten. @redhead63

Mar 31, 2019 · Fructose Malabsorption in Digestive Health

I have been having acid reflux for over a year and have recently been diagnosed with fructose malabsorption. Trying to stick to a food plan. Always feeling the reflux and heartburn. On omeprazole 20 mg. There are no fruits I can eat between the 2 conditions and this is upsetting. I do not eat or drink wine, coffee, carbonated drinks, garlic, onions, pepper, chocolate , vinegar, all citrus, all fruits, mint, tea, tomatoes… and yet I still feel sick almost after every meal. I also get migraines on occasion. Any advice on what I can still do to feel good!