Hi, i have been having various problems with bloating after meals, excess gas, acid reflux, etc for the last year. Did colonoscopy and gastroscopy, but nothing found. Im still getting various problems though.
i get more problems when i eat flour based meals, grains and milk products.
Im taking sulfasalazine since it helps with my rheumatoid arthritis as well.
Definitely i've cut down on milk products and also products containing omega 6. I eat a lot of wholewheat stuff, bread, flour, etc, which helps.
With the sulfasalazine, if i take it regularly, 500mg, twice a day, it really helps, but also I cannot eat a normal meal at dinner time, i have to reduce the amount i eat at night and sometimes feel hungry before going to bed unfortunately.View Thread
Thanks for your help. Yes I am not sure what the real problem is since my specialist has found nothing in a colonoscopy, so he doesnt think it is serious. but in the meantime, almost everyday I have problems.
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