Well I can understand.For 2 years I suffer terrible pain. Have good Health Insurance than went to see different specialists.All test are normal. ER dig on gallbladder or kidney and they are OK witch I know already.One nice Doc. was very honest "we have many ppl coming with the same symptoms I wish we have answer but we don`t know". He send me home with Pantoprazole and Lortab of course I will never touch Lortab-Hydrocodone because that is painkiller and that only mask the problem. I found Doc.for Hiatal hernia He found I have it.He did surgery-I felt good for 2 weeks after surgery.Than started all over again the same problem.No one will answer.I was basicaly free of sever pain for 2 weeks that is all.I will not recomand that surgery.I have more complication than benefits.I give up on Docs. and just wait for an autopsy.that seems to be only answer. No one can say why I have sever constipation now for 1 year,pain,gas,rumbling in my stomach 24/7, pain in abdomen and have to wear Corset or some wide belt to hold my abdomen in /less pain that way/.
yes it taste good I`m using it after all Doc. I have seen have no answer.DGL was recomanded to me by the owner of Love Health Food store in Fl and He is right.Helping. Had hiatal hernia surgery 7 month ago and I feel worst than ever.Pain 24/7 and no help.Trying to get appointment at Mayo. View Thread
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