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Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?

 
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Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
About 5 days ago my husband starting having diarrhea and bloating/ gas. The first day he felt nauseous but otherwise he feels fine.

About 20 minutes after eating or drinking anything, even water, he is in the bathroom.

I've been searching the symptoms and the symptoms are so generic, I can't figure out what is going on.

Is it a stomach bug?
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
It could be loads of things.

If it's just a bug it should go away soon.

If it does not go away it could be cause by dozens of things for example:

He has become allergic to something in his diet.

Someone maybe putting something in his drink, poisoning him.

He could be over stressed.
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04/06/2012 04:24 AM
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If it just started 5 days ago, and he hasn't intorduced anything new to his diet, it's probably a bug. I've dealt with this most of my life, the only permanent solution for myself has been a very clean diet of only unprocessed and organic foods.

The one thing that can settle my stomach after eating almost anything is marijuana...it's my miracle drug for stomach issues...2 hits in the morning will settle my stomach all day, it keeps working long after the high wears off, I highly recommend if he is looking for some relief.
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
You might look into Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

IBS results in bloating in association with recurrent diarrhea (or constipation) and abdominal pain.

More detail here:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Also, does your husband take any dietary fiber supplements such as metamucil?

Too much fiber could cause the symptoms you described.
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04/06/2012 04:39 AM
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
simply your hubby system reached the point is not longer able to get rid of toxins


take paleo diet and detox and you'll see how quickly symptoms will disappear

(detox could be make feel temporally worst, cause the system is tying to flush toxic waste)
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
He's going to be really upset if I whip out the juicer and take away his carbs. Poor guy, I feel terrible for him.

He doesn't take any supplements but he does take a multivitamin, a flax oil capsule and a prilosec daily. I stopped sending the vitamins and flax oil in his lunch as soon as I learned he was having troubles.

I'll schedule a physical for him if it doesn't ease by Monday. I'm concerned because his mother has celiac's disease and I know it runs in families.
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Gut flora problems. I have crohns and know how he feels. But i have a solution for you if you want to spend a few pennines :)

Please trust me when I say its really good stuff and works really well. Whats more it stops any swelling of the bowel.


Aloe vera juice

Here is one I use but there are a range of others you can give him.

[link to www.hollandandbarrett.com]
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it might be a tumor
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the best way to know is to stop eating for a couple of days, just drink a lot and when the body is clean reintroduce one stuff at a time and observe witch one is not processed.
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You could try a doctor, probably more reliable than anyone here and its free
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No free doctors here Doomalicious :) And, I am often impressed by the wide range of knowledge here on GLP. Where else would I hear about Aloe Vera juice?
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Yeah, you definitely want to write down what food your eating and when. You should be able to figure out what is causing it. I know whenever I eat food with yeast in it I get real bad IBS. He's probably just alergic to something, but you might want to consult with a doctor.
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
Thank you all for your posts, I appreciate your advice. He is willing to try some aloe juice and I promise I'll get him to see his doctor if it doesn't resolve in a few days.

I'm sure that if it's a food allergy, we can figure out the culprit through the process of elimination.
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Thank you all for your posts, I appreciate your advice. He is willing to try some aloe juice and I promise I'll get him to see his doctor if it doesn't resolve in a few days.

I'm sure that if it's a food allergy, we can figure out the culprit through the process of elimination.
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Giardiasis !
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I had a similar problem that almost became chronic. You can spend a fortune on Probiotics trying to reestablish a balanced gut. A seven dollar bottle of Acidophilus cured my symptoms. Chewing the capsules rather than swallowing them whole works best if the issue is in the upper GI tract.
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I have been using oregano oil for 12 yrs. now on problems such as this and it has a success rate of about 90%. Get some in the health food store. Oreganol.
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stop destroying his anus with the strap on dildo!
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
About 5 days ago my husband starting having diarrhea and bloating/ gas. The first day he felt nauseous but otherwise he feels fine.

About 20 minutes after eating or drinking anything, even water, he is in the bathroom.

I've been searching the symptoms and the symptoms are so generic, I can't figure out what is going on.

Is it a stomach bug?
 Quoting: JadeDone


Thats what doctors are for. For medical assistane. Maybe you should consider a doctor, when you done fart assing around on the internet.
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Sounds like digestion problems to me.
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
About 5 days ago my husband starting having diarrhea and bloating/ gas. The first day he felt nauseous but otherwise he feels fine.

About 20 minutes after eating or drinking anything, even water, he is in the bathroom.

I've been searching the symptoms and the symptoms are so generic, I can't figure out what is going on.

Is it a stomach bug?
 Quoting: JadeDone


Thats what doctors are for. For medical assistane. Maybe you should consider a doctor, when you done fart assing around on the internet.
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I said that too, but its not like our countrys, I think they have to pay a lot to see a doctor. not like us backward socalist countrys with free healthcare
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
About 5 days ago my husband starting having diarrhea and bloating/ gas. The first day he felt nauseous but otherwise he feels fine.

About 20 minutes after eating or drinking anything, even water, he is in the bathroom.

I've been searching the symptoms and the symptoms are so generic, I can't figure out what is going on.

Is it a stomach bug?
 Quoting: JadeDone


Thats what doctors are for. For medical assistane. Maybe you should consider a doctor, when you done fart assing around on the internet.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13863783


I said that too, but its not like our countrys, I think they have to pay a lot to see a doctor. not like us backward socalist countrys with free healthcare
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how ridiculious. Cant even give their own kind medical care.
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
About 5 days ago my husband starting having diarrhea and bloating/ gas. The first day he felt nauseous but otherwise he feels fine.

About 20 minutes after eating or drinking anything, even water, he is in the bathroom.

I've been searching the symptoms and the symptoms are so generic, I can't figure out what is going on.

Is it a stomach bug?
 Quoting: JadeDone


Thats what doctors are for. For medical assistane. Maybe you should consider a doctor, when you done fart assing around on the internet.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13863783


When I told my doctor I had been having problems with diarrhea all my life, all he did was schedule a test to have a specialist stick a camera up my ass...they took a look and said I was fine, and sent me home with no solution. He didn't even suggest a healthier diet of organic and unprocessed foods. I had to figure it out on my own, with help from the internet.

Doctors are slaves to big pharma. If idiots like you would wake up I could be growing my own medicine in my backyard, instead of being offered synthetic prescription garbage. Instead a large portion of my income goes to pay for health insurance I don't use, and to pay for a gang of badge wearing thugs who will break down my door if I grow my own medicine. Try using your brain to figure stuff out instead of always looking for someone else to give you an easy solution. Doctors and pharmaceutical companies make huge profits by TREATING diseases, not curing them
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About 5 days ago my husband starting having diarrhea and bloating/ gas. The first day he felt nauseous but otherwise he feels fine.

About 20 minutes after eating or drinking anything, even water, he is in the bathroom.

I've been searching the symptoms and the symptoms are so generic, I can't figure out what is going on.

Is it a stomach bug?
 Quoting: JadeDone


Thats what doctors are for. For medical assistane. Maybe you should consider a doctor, when you done fart assing around on the internet.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13863783


I said that too, but its not like our countrys, I think they have to pay a lot to see a doctor. not like us backward socalist countrys with free healthcare
 Quoting: Doommincus Maximus


Your doctors work for free? How do they feed and shelter their families?
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GMO corn changed his intestines ! Google it ! Genetically Engineered Crops May Produce Herbicide Inside Our Intestines
By Jeffrey M. Smith
Spilling the Beans/Institute for Responsible Technology, April/May 2006
Straight to the Source


Pioneer Hi-Bred's website boasts that their genetically modified (GM) Liberty Link corn survives doses of Liberty herbicide, which would normally kill corn. The reason, they say, is that the herbicide becomes "inactive in the corn plant." They fail to reveal, however, that after you eat the GM corn, some inactive herbicide may become reactivated inside your gut and cause a toxic reaction. In addition, a gene that was inserted into the corn might transfer into the DNA of your gut bacteria, producing long-term effects. These are just a couple of the many potential side-effects of GM crops that critics say put the public at risk. [link to www.organicconsumers.org]
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You in the Pacific Northwest?
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GMO corn changed his intestines ! Google it ! Genetically Engineered Crops May Produce Herbicide Inside Our Intestines
By Jeffrey M. Smith
Spilling the Beans/Institute for Responsible Technology, April/May 2006
Straight to the Source


Pioneer Hi-Bred's website boasts that their genetically modified (GM) Liberty Link corn survives doses of Liberty herbicide, which would normally kill corn. The reason, they say, is that the herbicide becomes "inactive in the corn plant." They fail to reveal, however, that after you eat the GM corn, some inactive herbicide may become reactivated inside your gut and cause a toxic reaction. In addition, a gene that was inserted into the corn might transfer into the DNA of your gut bacteria, producing long-term effects. These are just a couple of the many potential side-effects of GM crops that critics say put the public at risk. [link to www.organicconsumers.org]
 Quoting: wing-ed


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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
About 5 days ago my husband starting having diarrhea and bloating/ gas. The first day he felt nauseous but otherwise he feels fine.

About 20 minutes after eating or drinking anything, even water, he is in the bathroom.

I've been searching the symptoms and the symptoms are so generic, I can't figure out what is going on.

Is it a stomach bug?
 Quoting: JadeDone


He is most likely suffering from diverticulosis, he need to change his diet and the way he eats. Google a lady called Sherry Breskia. I hope this helps!
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Possibly candida in the intestines. Intake acidophilus pills (coated to bypass the stomach if possible) and some anti-yeast/anti-candida product from a health food store/pharmacy. Lower sugar/junk food intake for a couple weeks.

This will allow the good bacteria to regrow and keep the candida down again. Repeat if it happens again in the future and keep sugar down in the diet.
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Oil of oregano is the most effective killer of candida yeast. Candida yeast creates a cancer hotel.
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I suggest to see this [link to topdocumentaryfilms.com]


in this documentary there is an interesting in vivo experiment of what happens to a cow stomach after being feed corn


enjoy
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Re: Hubby is having digestion problems, any ideas what it could be GLPers?
If he is 50 years old, and never had a colonoscopy, I would highly recommend an appointment with your doctor.
An exam can save your life, should he have polyps, they need to be removed. This is a must have checkup anyway.

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