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I’ve had gut issues for as long as I can cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma remember. I don’t think I stress about stuff or get tense, but my stomach thinks otherwise. My stomach thinks I stress out A LOT and it, being the extremely thoughtful organ that it is, gets angry for me. Angry like a nest of wasps made out of acid. So my stomach takes care of all the stress and cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma anxiety I feel, without having to bother my pretty little head about it.

I’ll believe in my mind that I’m moving along fine in life not being bothered by cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma a thing when my stomach will start to tighten up. Then I’ll feel a bit bloaty maybe. Then I’ll notice my stomach is tightening, hard as a rock and ballooning to approximately the same cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma size as a Water Buffalo. You know how when a country thinks conditions are unsafe cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma and it’s under attack, it’ll go into lockdown? My gut goes into lockdown. Like North Korea.

I used to think I had some type of rare cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma and special disease but as it turns out ………….. I have gas. Gas in itself isn’t all that bad. Especially if you make your living by belching the alphabet cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma (which I do not). It’s when you can’t get the hell rid of the gas. When it just builds up and builds up inside your cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma tiny little locked down stomach. There’s no movement going on in my gut or intestines. You know how your stomach gurgles throughout the day? I have no gurgling. There are no gurgles. I’m gurgleless. I bend, I stretch, I move around. I even hop on the spot in an attempt to cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma burp myself (which actually works). I do Yoga poses entitled “Wind Releaser” and twist back and forth trying to force some kind cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma of movement out of my stomach and convince it that cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma everything’s O.K. No one is attacking it. I have no stress, I’m not bothered. Unless you count how stressed and bothered I am by cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma the excruciating pain in my methane filled gut.

The other thing I get the odd time, which is equally excruciating, is heartburn. I have a very important sounding condition you see called, gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD for short. Basically it means angry acid makes its way out of cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma my stomach and up towards oesophagus. To help stop that I take a medication. I don’t get heartburn symptoms from GERD a lot, maybe 2 or 3 times a year but it’s always when I’m sleeping (that just makes it more noticeable because the acids can cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma make their way up) and it always wakes me up wondering what the hell cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma is going on, and did why did I eat a blazing fire before cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma bed?

Yes. A teaspoon of mustard. Regular old, Heinz or French’s mustard. Eat it. If it bothers you imagine there’s an Ikea hotdog underneath it. The first time I did this I remember almost gagging. The hotdog thing helped me out a lot. Now I kindda enjoy my teaspoon of mustard. I’ve heard of and tried all of the other tricks. Salty water, soda water, cider vinegar, Gaviscon, Tums …. all of it. And the only thing that has ever, actually, truly worked … is mustard.

I can’t imagine I’m the only one who knows about this as I’m sure the comment section in this post will soon cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma attest to. I can’t absolutely and completely guarantee that this is going to cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma work for you but I can tell you it’s worked for a lot of other people and definitely cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma works for me when Kim Jong-un rears his ugly head (and weird haircut) in my gut.

I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM KAREN!!!! You must be my long lost twin or something! For as long as I can remember I have had cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma gut problems too. ….Tried SO many things….some have worked occasionally….some more than others. Gallbladder flushes etc. Recently, on one of my “middle of the night” episodes when nothing else was working and I was literally cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma BEGGING for my husband to take me to the emergency cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma room because the pain was just to much and I cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma could not handle it any longer (as it had been hours and hours of pain) from about 1am to 5am ish…..finally I asked him to get online to find a cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma “home remedy” thingy…..he gave me an apple cider vinegar drink thingy…..it made it WORSE for about 10 minutes…10 LONG ASS minutes….then suddenly….it was GONE…whoooosh just like that….gone…..no slow down on the spasms or anything …..just gone. However….I do not know if I want to try it cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma again even if it did work in 10 horrible minutes…..so I will give your mustard a try! Looks like a little less than a teaspoon you’ve got there in your picture, is that correct? I didn’t read all the comments so perhaps someone else already cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma asked that ….. 🙁

I had a stomach like a stainless steel tank all cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma my life, until I suddenly started having acid reflux a few years cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma back. I bought over the counter remedies for quite awhile, which absolutely helped with the symptoms, but when I kept having to take the OTC medication, I knew something more must be going on. I tested positive for h.Pylori. An endoscopy (down your throat and into your stomach) and colonoscopy (up the other end) revealed an esophagus and stomach that were baboon’s ass red. There was a spot on my stomach that was just cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma about ready to blow out into a full-on ulcer.

I was like you, Karen, with Diet Coke. I didn’t think I’d ever give it up. I own STOCK in Coca Cola, given to me by friends when I was in my cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma 20s because I was NEVER without a can of Coke cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma in my hand. I gave it up cold turkey, because if you think acid reflux is bad, it’s nothing compared to an ulcer or stomach cancer. I now only drink water, something I never thought I’d be able to do, and which I now thoroughly enjoy because of the freshness cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma of it.

Karen- you will likely hate me for this but I’m going to say it anyway. If you are getting gas, you are eating something that your body doesn’t like. I say this as someone who, after a lifetime of stomach aches that I wasn’t even aware of until they stopped, an appendectomy and gall bladderectomy, finally had to reassess my diet. I was running out of organs to sacrifice and I cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma had to get to the bottom of what was making cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma me sick. I changed my diet radically and for the first time cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma since I can remember, I have no stomach pain or gas AT ALL except cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma when I eat those things that cause upset. I think it’s different for everyone but for me it’s high fructose foods, milk and cheese (I can have butter and some yogurt and a little cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma cream), and mixing starches (beans, grains) with proteins (meat eggs dairy). Starches and proteins take very different enzymes to digest and cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma digest at different rates (proteins take longer and starches start digesting from enzymes in cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma the mouth continuing into the small intestine which releases specific cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma enzymes almost right away and get missed if the starches cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma are slowed down by having to be digested with protein). I also cut waaaaayyy back on bread and have switched cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma to sprouted grain bread (or making stuff with sprouted grain flour) when I do eat it. It may be something different for you. I also take ox bile before every meal (yes, the bile of an ox.. I know, I know…)

Chris Kresser has some really good information. I like him because he believes one size does NOT cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma fit all and he breaks down the science of food cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma and digestion and metabolism and poop, etc., etc. so, even though this isn’t what anyone wants to hear, it’s good to stop and take a careful look at cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma how our metabolism has changed since we were… um… 25 and what we can do going forward to be cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma as healthy as possible.

Carcinoids of some kind but NOT cancerous. They grow to tell your stomach to produce acid which cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma it does to reduce the carcinoids, then they come up and you have more acid, then they go down and this repeats in a healthy cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma stomach (probably more acid in some making it very hurtful like cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma Karens). But I have autoimmune disease which means my body is cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma attacking all kinds of normal things inside. My acid producing mechanism is slowing, my thyroid quit, my pancreas produced too much insulin and has now almost cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma quit (going from low sugar most of my life to type cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma 2 diabetes now) and various other ways my body is having a wild cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma manic episode against itself – FUN. But everything required to live is fine, nothing life threatening as long as I have meds. Normally even the carcinoids don’t hurt, but when they get too far out of control, my stomach linking becomes inflamed and thats when it really cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma hurts. So antibiotics help this when it gets painful. Then when totally out of control, surgery – which is simple, and no recuperation needed. Day stay in hospital and $10,000 later, I’m free to eat what I please. Staying away from acidy foods helps me when the inflammation cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma is present but now that I know they aren’t cancer I don’t even worry. So don’t you worry about yourself having them. In fact, I never get heart burn or acid reflux so my cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma life is considerably easier in that department than Karen’s. I feel for her!

The vinegar in your mustard is what’s doing the trick for you. As Grammy mentioned, Vinegar also helps with leg cramps. Most of the data indicates it’s the minerals like potassium in the vinegar that help cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma with the cramps. I’ve had much success using the Ayurveda remedy of apple cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma cider vinegar in warm water to aid digestion. Also, as Carole suggested, I highly recommend pro-biotics. They aid in digestion and will help you “unlock” your gut.

The Medical Community refers to the Gastro-Intestinal system as the second brain because it contains the cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma second highest concentration of nerve endings. There is amazing new research coming out on the Gut cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma Microbiome, the billions of bacterial strains that should be in your cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma GI tract to symbiotically aid in digestion. We destroy these with antibiotics and poor food choices. Please don’t hate me for saying this but soda is one cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma of the worst things you can ingest. Though I can completely relate to your Diet Coke addiction. I only finally gave it up a couple of years cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma ago and I still occasionally have a relapse requiring me cellular benign fibrous histiocytoma to re-enter rehab :p.

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