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Gassy and bloated-Need help

I am a 43 year old women with gastric issues. Since last week i started having a wired taste of boiled egg white in my mouth for no apparent reason. I was also getting frequent neck stiffness and headaches along with this. On Monday this week when I ate egg in breakfast I felt low in energy all day, was lightheaded and bloated. I had 2-3 loose stools in the day, was bloated by the end of the day with headache and stiff neck. Today, I started my day without eating egg. Still has gas grumbling in my stomach and was having a hard time getting a full yawn (feels like I needed to yawn but could not get a full yawn out).

I am feeling very uncomfortable as my belly feels stiff, gassy, I am burping (I ususally never burp). I took one dose of arsenic alb 30c yesterday thinking it was some food poisoning, took a few doses of BC 25 for acidity and gas since yesterday with minimal relief.

Please recommend,
  Simran25 on 2019-04-24
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Hi Simran,
I suggest you google Ainsworths Remedy Finder,
Go thru the series of questions under indigestion
- top remedy may show up as sulphur or nux vomica.
Start with 30c one dose. If you have relief wait
To dose again when relief has stopped.
If your symptoms get worse, wait for this to leave
As there should be relief. Do not dose again
Until you feel remedy is thru with action.
[Edited by simone717 on 2019-04-24 16:27:24]
simone717 3 years ago

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