stomach Discomfort

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Last 1 week, every day i am having stomach discomfort/uneasyness but not pain. I could not focus on any thing due to this discomfort. I am seeing more in morning times. I was doubting that is is due to gas and so i took Metroidazole 400mg (my friend suggested), which worked for me for some hours. No other symptoms i noticed.  Is it because of Gas? What shall i do to control this? Plz advise

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    Try IBS medicine, I have the same problems not pain but severe discomfort for gas. I have started 3 new medications, one for fiber and cultures in my gut, one to control acid 8th my stomach, and one to help IBS and it's also a anxiety medication will let you know how it goes
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    How long have you had these symptoms and have you spoken to your doctor?  If you have, have you been diagnosed with anything?
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      for more than 1 week, i am having this problem. I scheduled appointment with my doctor, but i have to wait for 1 week from now to meet her (no appointments till that time)
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      I think it's best to speak to your doctor about these symptoms when you get you appointment.  It is important to get an official diagnosis.   I have IBS and have stomach pain along with constipation. Sometimes I get nausea and loose stools and heartburn.
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    Do you know that the metronidazole is an ante biotic, and it is only prescribed for infections, I'm on it just now for diverticularitist , you may be doing yourself more harm than good, you should have even called the nhs helpline, they are really good and advice on anything.
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