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Re: Smelly gas with no food culprit
      07/21/05 09:06 AM
maikko

Reged: 05/30/05
Posts: 62
Loc: maryland

its possible that you have some bacterial overgrowth in you (bad bacteria, not good). If you can, i would try eating some soy yogurt or taking a probiotic and seeing if that helps.

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--maikko
IBS-A, mostly C-- many foods intolerant

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* Smelly gas with no food culprit
Augie
07/20/05 07:07 PM
* Re: Smelly gas with no food culprit
Anthem
07/21/05 09:15 AM
* Re: Smelly gas with no food culprit
maikko
07/21/05 09:06 AM
* I do take a probiotic
Augie
07/21/05 11:03 AM
* Re: Smelly gas with no food culprit
melissamonica
07/21/05 08:37 AM
* Re: Smelly gas with no food culprit
Linz
07/20/05 07:29 PM
* Re: Smelly gas with no food culprit
Augie
07/21/05 08:01 AM
* Does Oatmeal cause gas? And the "new foods"
Augie
07/21/05 11:05 AM
* Well, generally as a rule...
epa_ginger
07/21/05 09:05 AM
* Re: Well, generally as a rule...
Portageegal
07/21/05 09:24 AM
* Re: Well, generally as a rule...
Wind
07/21/05 02:03 PM
* Mine used to be air...
Augie
07/21/05 06:32 PM
* "Sinking poos"? Definition?--nt
epa_ginger
07/21/05 02:22 PM
* Re: "Sinking poos"? Definition?--nt
Wind
07/21/05 04:36 PM

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