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Old 01-06-2019, 11:48 AM   #16
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Im in my 50's and have the same problem in the morning. Not so much appetite but a fucked up stomach and bad acid reflux. I found if I take one of the chewable pepcid tablets it makes a big difference. Ive tried a bunch of stuff over the years and just recently tried the pepcid , seems to work for me better than anything else.
It turns out it was the Cialis, but my stomach is still a bit off so I take a little Pepto and I am GTG.

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Old 01-06-2019, 11:52 AM   #17
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I discovered that some of the liquid products that I was using caused me severe heart burn and acid reflux. Maybe start there.

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Oh man, I forgot about the Bicardi burn from liquid orals. I haven't done them in a while thank goodness as they would set my throat on fire.

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Old 01-06-2019, 01:26 PM   #18
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I don['t have the issue with Cialis but with tren and I get it bad
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Old 01-06-2019, 03:03 PM   #19
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I don['t have the issue with Cialis but with tren and I get it bad
I remember getting it with tren E, but I got all kinds of sides from E so I haven't done that stuff in years.

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Old 01-25-2019, 06:36 PM   #20
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When I lived in the sewer gas apartment my spleen became enlarged (upper left stomach). Also my stomach was bloated due to candida infection. I can only sleep on my sides but on my left side there was a lot of acid reflux. One thing that helped was eliminating tomato sauce; pizza, pasta, chili etc after 4PM. Noodles with butter, white sauce or cheese instead. Next was the bloat. Got “Stevia Balance” from Now on Amazon ($7/box of 100 packets). Take with coffee, cereal, tea, etc. it’s got “inulin” which forms a gel in the colon, but lowers intestinal flora & makes you pass gas. To some this may be funny, but candida makes gas and prevents its release causing bloating and discomfort. If the gas gets too bad just eat Greek-style yogurt to add intestinal flora. (Still gets rid of gas but helps digestion as well). Lastly, breakfast; you probably eat too much too late, but I digress, have 3/4 cup of uncooked oatmeal with cranberries and stevia balance in water for breakfast. Eat within 4 minutes of adding water. This way you get the benefit of both soluble AND insoluble fiber. The oatmeal absorbs water “in your gut” reducing bloating and adding water to your stool, both of which improve elimination. Good luck!
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I know this is an old thread but my stomach acid kills me now it seems -
I use baking soda - just a teaspoon in some water and a large glass squirt a little mio flavor in there and chug the bubbles....basically alka seltzer without the aspirin.
also helps buffer citrulline malate ....
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Milk is a maricle worker on my heartburn. Unless I'm in tren.....
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i have never been able to totally eliminate it... but my problems seemed to be helped a lot by betaine HCl .. adding extra acid... lots of people have less acid as they get older and it can be the real issue.

betaine HCl .. really help with gas ..my wife was very happy about that
Listen to this man. I was about to do a small write up on this entire subject with solutions and this was going to be one of them.

The problem is UNDERPRODUCTION of stomach acid that causes bloating and reflux! I know seems backwards but trust me it is not!! Lol

The sphincter connecting the esophagus and stomach needs a certain amount of pressure to stay closed fully and without sufficient hydrochloric acid (your stomach makes this amazing huh) the valve will be open slightly or more and carbon dioxide bubbles and really hydraulics pushes bits of acid into the throat causing heartburn/acid reflux.
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For me I noticed it start after I turned 50, mine seems to occur just when I eat acidy foods later in the evening. Then laying down is awful . There are several wedge shaped pillows on the market that work to help you sleep in a more tilted position. Actually bought one because as the wifey got older she needed a little support under her pelvis during bedroom exercises.... I discovered it helped my heart burn by accident....lol

Of coarse none of that eliminates the underlying cause for you... I hope you find it and that it's an easy fix
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I know this is an old thread but my stomach acid kills me now it seems -
I use baking soda - just a teaspoon in some water and a large glass squirt a little mio flavor in there and chug the bubbles....basically alka seltzer without the aspirin.
also helps buffer citrulline malate ....
That's a good idea. I've found baking soda with a tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar is great too
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