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6Hypnone
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I found out via muscle testing and exam I have sibo, candida and hiatal hernia.
I also have an 11cm uterine fibroid pressing up on my stomach and intestine.
I will be getting a leaky gut test as well.

So I have bad reflux, constant feeling of a burp in my esophagus, watery diarrhea mult days a week. Insides Feel inflamed

I guess I'm venting, but wanted to know if any way to calm down the gut. I'm miserable.
And yes I'm beginning treatment for the sibo. Others will follow.

I'm hoping they're right about all this bc the story of my life has been not knowing the cause of anything and "living with it*. No more!

Lyme wise my nerve pain is my most debilitating symptom but this gi crap is really getting to me. I need hope and positivity. [bonk]

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Did you ever explore the MCAS route? I don't remember.

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Hi. I'm sorry you dealing with this. GI stuff is the worst.

have you tried DGL Plus or slippery elm to calm inflammation? I have found both helpful.

Also, are you doing any probiotics or Saccharomyces boulardii. These have both helped me with diarrhea.

Binders? Like charcoal could help slow it down too. Hope things calm down soon for you.

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Yes it's thought I have mcas too. As I get bouts of itching.

I have yah. I think it's just too bad for that to help

Will be on hu58, morinda, and carboxy

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If you get on the right mast cell meds you will likely improve quite a bit.

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Lymetoo.... I may message you about that. My lyme doc wants me on something new but I need to speak w her 1st.
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Fire away!

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Sibo is not fun, I will say that! Especially if it's methane dominent, harder to get rid of. Still trying after a year and a half.

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lisaloo - I know you are new to Lymenet, but you should not use your real name, because this is a public forum with all sorts of people on it. Read this link about it:

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