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Friday, November 21, 2008

STOMACH ACID, ANTACIDS, AND GAS

STOMACH ACID, ANTACIDS, AND GAS

Those of you who have been diagnosed as having too much stomach acid and are on antacids but who still experience gas either in the epigastric area (the area at the top of the sternum) with or without belching or in the lower bowel area (that part of the so-called stomach area below the umbilicus) associated either with or without flatus) should reconsider their taking of antacids. Please read my Blog dated 10/7/2007 on Low Stomach Acid (Hypochlorhydria).

Most individuals who experience symptoms which are interpreted as hyper acidity (too much stomach acid) actually are experiencing the symptoms of insufficient acid. It may be hard to believe, but it is true. Taking antacids is the wrong thing to do.

That is my thought for the day!

nicola michael (c. Tauraso, M.D.)
Director, Tauraso Medical Clinic
7051 Poole Jones Road
Frederick, MD 21702
301-682-8717
Web site: www.drtauraso.com
Blog site: http://www.drtauraso.com/blog/index.htm
Email: drtauraso@drtauraso.com

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