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feelbetter
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I recently feel lots of pain on my stomach and gallbladder area ,also nausea,vomiting...etc

I also notice a feeling of something crawl inside my abdomen...feel disgusting.

anyone feel this?

( I have lyme,co-infection,parasite,candida,EBV virus)..

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timaca
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You likely are feeling the contents of the intestinal tract moving.....

Sorry for your GI issues. Those are never fun.
Best, Timaca

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glm1111
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Parasites/worms can play a major role in Lyme disease. Do a search on here under parasites. Don't ignore this!

Gael

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Not disgusting, now you know the enemy - just treat and be happy and healthy again.
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For years before I was diagnosed with LD I had stomach pain, severe heartburn & gall bladder symptoms, nausea, vomiting. They were fairly regular, nexium seemed to help a bit. Gall bladder tested fine, Gastro doc wanted to do a scope but I delayed. Then I had some allergy testing done at a major univ. hospital. I developed food allergies to multiple foods that I was eating every day. Now, I completely avoid these & all of my stomach symptoms have resolved. But, even the smallest amount of residue can make me very sick.

Thought I'd mention it just in case...

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lpkayak
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every once in awhile i feel like a baby is moving inside me...and turning over or something bigtime. i am NOT pregnant and havent been for 26 yrs...but i keep thinking if that is a worm its a really big one. i bet i lose 20 pounds when i get rid of it

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Lpkayak, if a worm you should GAIN 20 lbs. lol. They eat your nutrients.
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Seek,

You can lose weight too from parasites.

Bart can cause slow motility. At night I used to feel my dinner slowly crawling throguh intestinal tract.

Treat Bart now! Up your magnesium to keep bowels moving.

And treat parasites

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I used to feel the same movement before I got rid of a large tapeworm. I remember sixgoofykids describing the same movement (like being pregnant and the baby moving)

Hanna Kroeger makes something called Rascal specifically for tapeworms. Also eating fresh pineapple for 3 days without anything else is supposed to get rid of it.

Gael

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i think my hypoglycemia would go nuts with pineapple for 3 days...maybe not. i've done crazier things.

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When my hypoglycemia was bad, I used to put my pineapple in oatmeal. Not the same when doing it alone, but I think it helps.

Gael

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question:

What exactly does a baby feel like moving around?

I've never been pregnant but I'm treating parasites (and I'm super skinny) and I can actually SEE gas moving. My tummy bloats up in one section of my intestine.

Is this what you guys are describing?

I don't have nausea or vomiting yet but I have a deep intestinal pain like a dull stab.

Having mucousy movements.
Thanks for any answers/clarity..

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i usually say a lot but i'm having trouble answering this...it could be like a LOT of gas and yes you can often see it move...kind of roll over in slow motion

sometimes a foot or fist sticks out too and can feel kinda sharp

i don't know-i have a lymie memory and it has been 26 yrs!!!

any young mommys around?

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