Hyperacidity, Mild Gastritis and AnxietyHi,
I'm a 30 year old male.
My symptoms are:
The pain in chest seems to only last anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes.
It will stop then come back again every 15 or 30 minutes.
Still feel hyperacidity even when I've fasted for 2 or 3 days. (Which leads me to believe the hyperacidity may be anxiety related) Symptoms worse when sitting down, better when lying down(relaxed).
Started yesterday on Joe's GERD/Gastritis protocol. Started taking Nat Phos 6x today, 2 after every meal. Will receive the Arnica 30c later on this week. Worried about the supposed weight loss from Nat Phox 6x... actually trying to gain weight at the moment.
Currently on Busporine 5mg a day started 2 weeks ago. Mild symptom improvement. If there's any other info you guys need let me know!
Other symptoms: Difficulty relaxing, focusing, concentrating, brittle hair, restless legs, and mild pressure like pain in front of head, loose stools.
Edit: Almost forgot, I have this constant mild nauseated feeling which is worse in the mornings that lasts all day everyday. In the rare event the mild nausea goes away I feel great, like my body is recovering. However, it always comes back, usually following a sharp cramp like pain in my right rib cage in gallbladder/liver area... I've had all the tests to.
In addition, whenever my gastroenterologist prescribes proton pump inhibitors (protonix) or H2 blockers (ranitidine) its like my symptoms get magnified 5x. The nausea gets alot worse to the point where I cannot eat so I must stop taking the medication.
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jonnyw01 on 2012-01-24
Kali Phos-30 (5 drops per dose three times a day)
Passiflora Inc-Q (25 drops in water after meal thrice a day) along with
Mag. Phos-6x (4tablets per dose)
and report after two weeks.
♡ Mahfoozurrehman 9 years ago
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