A LOT of gas! natural remedies?

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angelscry
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Date Joined Nov 2006
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   Posted 8/30/2007 11:18 AM (GMT -7)   
I've been having a lot of gas lately.. Usually towards the end of the day. It is probably is associated with my day's eatings habits (which are nothing short of stellar). I take quite a few vitamin/mineral supplements, but haven't taken a probiotic in a while. I'm wondering if probiotics have directly helped anyone with gas?
I was taking maxadopholus (sp?) from whole foods which was a an acidopholus (sp?) blend.

The worst thing is that im usually in situations where I can't let the gas out, so I hold it and I start to feel REALLY nasty as it builds up, then when I get somewhere to relive myself (could be an hour later) I have so much gas it takes like 10 minutes to get all of it out.... nasty.
Zach - college student
Diagnosed UC 8/06, AS 1/07. Currently in steroid-induced remission.
TOOOO MANY DRUGS!
Remicade started 6/12.
Pred 40 mg/day
Asacol 12/day (4.8g/day)
Imuran 75mg/day (started 3/8/07)
Rowasa 1,000mg as needed
Enbrel once weekly for AS, discontinued 6/6 for remicade
Too many supplements to list including fiber, fish oil, probiotics, etc.


tjf
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   Posted 8/30/2007 11:51 AM (GMT -7)   
Have you tried Phyzame for gas? It really helps me.
Tabitha

100mg Azathioprine, 2 Fibercon, Colazal-9 a day (attempting to cut this down to 6 by slowly tapering), acidopholis pearls, just added Prilosec OTC

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