Malabsorption: A state arising from abnormality in absorption of food nutrients across the gastrointestinal (gi) tract
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Hi! I have got celiac disease and many years everything went fine with gluten-free diet. In autumn 2014 i had several bad stomach ache situations. Litalgin helped. At the same time I had symptoms like belching and feelings of bloating. Spring 2015 brought me tricky diarrhea. Diagnosis was eventually bile acid malabsorption. I started to take Questran and since that, the diarrhea has been better and abdominal pain scenes have decreased. But the belching continued. Couple weeks ago I had diagnosis Aerophagia. In the manometry and impedance monitoring - studies doctor discovered also, that swallowing was not always successful. Is there any studies that has discovered links between celiac disease, bile acid malabsorption and aerophagia? Here in Finland doctors are interested about my case, but they can not tell me why this all is happening. Doctors have also suspected neurological disease, because I have also muscle symtoms.
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