Hyperparathyroid - Indigestion / Trapped Wind?

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Anyone else suffer from it?

Hurts like billyo and won't go away no matter what I do. I'm in bed (because my life so rocks that bed by eight p.m. is the norm) and I'm drinking Coke in the hope that the bubbles somehow ease things up in there. I feel like one big bag of wind with just head, arms and legs sticking out akimbo.

Sorry for the whinge. Like many on here I'm just so done with feeling so done in. Any suggestions much appreciated.

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    hello! yes, i too suffer from indigestion, but i thought it was from the vitamin D supplement the dr. perscribed. That's when it seemed to start. My husband and i both go to bed at 8 LOL- pj's by 7- i just had my stitches out last thursday and i complained to the dr. about my low energy level. She said i have to give it time and don't be so hard on myself, but i've been working out at the gym for 5 months to lose 20 lbs. and i've already put 6 back on, sitting on my bum because i don't have the energy to go to the gym- sorry about your gas, but i don't think drinking coke will help-

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    Go to Sallie Powell's website on Facebook. Google 'Hyperparathyroidism uk action4 change'.  You'll find amazing support there.  It has many hundreds of followers.  Don't drink coke - it's not good for you!


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      Sadly can't get onto FB. It keeps kicking me off and now wants my inside leg measurements (can't give my proper name due to work), so it's a no go for me.

      Re. the Coke. You're right. But was so yuck was willing to try anything :-(

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