Your not alone, I had what i would call a weak stomach for years and have been suffering from being sick to my stomach everyday for the past two years now . The latest thing they think it is (peptic ulcer ) . I don't believe that that is the problem, it feels to me to be something much more serious. Only because of how consistant it has been. My stomach is very sore to the touch . and I am normally the sicker in the morning but feel sick almost all day long. I wish the best for you and you find a good doctor to help you !View Thread
Waiting for a clinic to get approval because I have No Health insurance. Mean while been suffering for over a year now and have been recently seen by two different hospitals both saying I need to see a gastro doctor , but i can't because of insur. problem . Anyway I want to know if there is any nautral food or drinks that could easy my pain and nausea until I finally get help ! Or Any Advice that may help ? ThanksView Thread
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