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foul smelling gas, please HELP

i am a 37 yr. old woman, gave birth to a healthy boy (1st child) 7.5 months ago, and have been suffering for the past two months with the most foul smelling gas. it is making me so insanely frustrated. i also have discovered a walnut sized lump about two inches in from my right hip. ultrasound did not detect the lump (it moves, sometimes is impossible to find). i will have another ultrasound for gallbladder next week. lump is tender to touch. bowels are still moving daily, but erratically as there is so much gas. i eat a basically raw diet (nothing new here) drink plenty of water, take primal force (probiotics) amongst other things (krill oil, green drink, chlorella). i am 5'8', 135lbs. breastfeeding exclusively, ravenous appetite (baby eats all the time).
do not want to have invasive colonoscopy....being treated by and osteopath, but would like homeopathic advice.
please, any help would be so appreciated.
thank you
  hunter369 on 2006-05-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If it moves and is soft it is probably a cystic type formation.

On the foul gas if it is sour or smells of rotton eggs you could try either

a- Carbo veg 3x twice a day for a week


b- Sulfur 3x twice a day for a week-

In either case stop after a week and wait a further week to judge results.

NB Sulfur is a good cystic remedy
walkin last decade

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