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2/28/11 1:08 P

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I am finding out the same thing. Right now I am cutting out dairy.

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2/28/11 10:42 A

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I'm sure that you all know this BUT I have only just been discovering it. If I make more healthy choice about what I eat I don't suffer from nearly as much heart burn. Wow who knew LOL

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2/25/11 12:51 P

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I've never heard of coconut water. I was told to avoid several foods and I used to depend on dairy but I think I am having problems with it. It usually causes some gas. However I did eat hotdogs yesterday and felt awful afterwards. I still have problems with GERD even after taking my prilosec. Any reason why? I have been taking it for a month now. :(

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2/22/11 12:33 A

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i have the same problem. i had gastritis over a year ago and just got it back 2 weeks ago, and its been bothering me every day. I'm on a lot of medications for gerd, but they dont help too much. I have recently found that coconut water helps calm my stomach. try it. i used to take tums etc when my gastritis was really bad, but now I just take a sip of coconut water and I instantly feel better! I have no idea why but it always works.

trader joes and whole foods both sell it. i went to my local grocery store today and they have ordered it but are waiting for it to come in, so hopefully you could find some by you.

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10/20/10 8:19 P

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This link to the Mayo Clinic may help you:
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10/20/10 3:37 P

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I don't know too much about the 2. I'm hear to learn from others I guess. I had both at the same time. Not fun. It hasn't returned either and it's been over a year since I had it. I'm not taking any meds for it. I made some diet changes and stopped some habits..like hot food, and lying down after I eat etc.. I also read that a stomach massage with oil and Frankincense is good for the stomach. Which I did when I had them.

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8/5/10 10:37 A

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Thanks Kris! I never thought of what I'm doing. I'll have to pay attention more.

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Take a look at what you are eating/drinking - i.e. tea, coffee, orange/juice, pineapple/juice, kiwifruit (particularly the green ones), chocolate, spices and rich foods etc.

THEN take a look at what you do reasonably soon AFTER eating/drinking - i.e. exercise, bending over from the abdomen, laying down.

Some medications can cause this problem, too. Common ones are some pain relief ones like Voltarin (Diclofinac) or other NSAID's, aspirin, calcium supplements.

If these things don't apply to you, then discuss it with your Dr. It may require another med. review, OR further investigations.

Kris

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8/4/10 3:31 P

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Anyone out there continually getting gastritis when you're on meds for Gerd? How does that happen? I thought the meds would help both. I also have a hernia and Barrett's. I'm on Aciphex 2 times daily. I do all the right things most of the time but still have mild gastritis. What's with that? Thanks.Tammy

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