Good Morning and welcome to HealingWell. May I kindly suggest that you make an appointment with your GI physician and see him in person to discuss your symptoms. MMM gave you great advice and I agree with her.
It's important to be very careful with what you eat - nothing acidic or spicy. Remember to avoid traditional triggers like caffeine, chocolate, peppermint, alcohol, fried foods and find which comfort foods you can manage. Eat small meals, and maintain this careful eating plan.
Let us hear from you and good luck talking with your Dr. today.
~~Kitt~~Moderator: Anxiety, Osteoarthritis,
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