Stomach issues help !

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Ok ladies it's me again 😕 Do you all have stomach issues ? When I started going to hormone doctor , the first question they ask was "have you been having an upset stomach " at the time it had bothered me some . Mainly , heartburn feeling . But back in dec last year , it was all over the abdominal area . It hurt, was upset , heartburn, it felt like it was moving around , at times like I was going to have my period but didn't . that  lasted about 10 days . Never had it agsin until now . It's  a sick feeling in stomach but lower addominal area too. Kinda like I've ate something that has kinda bothered me. And at times a feeling as if I might have my period . It was about 2 days then it stopped was fine then started again yesterday . I will say I have had lots sinus drainage too, which can make my stomach upset. Anyone one else have this ? What can I do for it ?

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    Hi Renee, yes I do have heartburn our a feeling like something wrong from my throat down or is this all in the mind..I read on here to boil cabbage and drink the water can help with digestive problems.
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    Hi Renee, yes I do have heartburn our a feeling like something wrong from my throat down or is this all in the mind..I read on here to boil cabbage and drink the water can help with digestive problems.
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    Do you get stomach cramps with it too? I know I do!
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    Omg! U jus described my new symptoms..it is so uncomforatable. I got antibiotics so am waiting to go to d gyne..
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      Try taking probiotics daily to help your gut bacteria--make sure that you get it in capsules or enteric coated so it makes it through to your small intestine.  Lots of them don't make it past your stomach.  xx

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      Hi, Wendy.  

      I'm not a doctor.  If you're on antibiotics it makes sense to replenish your gut bacteria, though....for myself, I'd be reluctant to connect digestive issues with hormone fluctuations, though some people do.  I'd want to see a doctor to make sure, rather than making a supposition.  That way, any digestive issues I had could be discovered and hopefully fixed.

      I realize that the hormone fluctuations of peri-menopause and menopause cause lots of problems for women. But, say I had continuing stomach issues, such as pain--I'd want to make sure that I didn't have an ulcer before I said it was hormone related.  xx   

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