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Hi. I am 54 years old. I have been on Livifem for two months. I have terrible gas and belching 24/7. The belching is gassy as if I have had fizzy cool drink to drink. Which I don't drink. I had a partial gastrectomy in January and at first thought it could have been from that. But the timeline is more in line with when I started Livifem. If I try and keep the burps in, they rumble around my stomach and i sound like a lion. I am a teacher and can't walk around my classroom burping all day. I could launch a rocket with the force of my burps 😕 .
Hi I started hrt for 9 days since have stopped at first I got bad heartburn but I took Tums and it went away but my tummy got worse my endo advised me to stop taking hrt I had bad abdominal pains went to the Er and tummy and gall bladder were ok was put on a pepcid now I just have gassy full feeling I don't have nauseu and am having bowel movements but seems I get hungry soon after eating and I have the feeling of a scratchy throat I am searching for a local doctor now and having trouble sleeping also
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