menopause and digestion issues

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Hello...do anyone experience gas alot..burping and tooting alot..lol..I have been through I know all 66 symptoms..lord be with us allπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™just hope I am not alone on this😞

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    Yes, you are not alone! I'm almost 10 years postmenopausal, around the four year mark I was soooooo gassy. But it did pass(πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚pun intended).

    I was so gassy when I went for my physical and my doctor listened to my stomach he said "gassy much"? We both giggled and he said it was menopause and I wouldn't always be that gassy. He was a good doctor, when he left his practice it took me a while to find another one but I did and she's good. I know God sent her my way.

    God bless you and hang in there.πŸ™πŸ€—

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    Dear Charlotte

    Yes, yes, yes!!!

    Gas, loud noises from stomach, diarrhea, constipation, aches and pains - you name it, I have it. All of it.

    But stomach issues appears to be pretty normal in peri - we just have to hang in there...

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    Thanks you guys..all you keep me from losing my mind..gas gas all the time now..stomach feels full of it sometimes..prayers for us allπŸ™πŸ™πŸ˜β€

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    charlotte5

    Yes every single day. ugh!!!! lol

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    YES!!!! Plus I get the upper and lower stomach cramps or that achy feeling in the stomach! Do you get any cramping with it? I do!

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    YES GOING THROUGH IT RIGHT NOW. THE CONSTIPATION IS AT A ALL TIME HIGH. AND WHEN I DO GO I POOP IT'S RABBIT SIZE BITS. I JUST CAN'T ANYMORE

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