New food 'intolerance' caused weeks of gastritis?

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zeldagoblin
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   Posted 11/25/2011 6:34 PM (GMT -6)   
I recently ate some stuffing. Not the Paxo stuff, but real sausage meat stuffing, all fat and spices. I was SOOO poorly that night, pain and reflux and horrible belching, and for 2 weeks afterward I have had awful gastritis, mostly after eating. It hurt so much and took ages to go off! Has anyone else experienced a long lasting effect from something they ate?

opnwhl4
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   Posted 11/25/2011 8:55 PM (GMT -6)   
Sure have. Trigger foods can wreak havoc on your stomach.

Take care,
Bill
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Alcie
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   Posted 11/26/2011 10:42 AM (GMT -6)   
Sausage! Oooh! Big reflux trigger for me. Pork is naturally full of sulfites, and then there's the spices. Pepper, garlic, onion ...all big triggers. Fat can be a whole separate category of trigger.

Yes, getting a reflux going can last a long time when you realy do it up wrong. I don't know about 2 weeks, but a day is within my experience.

Make sure you get everything you ate in your food journal, along with your reactions. There's a good chance you ate more food the same meal or at least the same day that added to the reaction. Did you eat leftovers? Everything you ate for that 2 weeks is suspect.
Alcie
 
 

aeshleyrose
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   Posted 11/26/2011 2:55 PM (GMT -6)   
I echo Alcie and Bill. I've had trigger foods make me feel sensitive for a week after eating them. And hot dogs used to give me big time reflux.

Hot dogs NEVER bothered me before I got GERD. Totally new thing. So if your tummy is sensitive, it's possible to develop totally new triggers/symptoms.

Ashley
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