- Jun 9, 2020
Does this mean having too much stomach acid can prevent it from working? Also, does fasting for too long increase stomach acid?
I know, but I'm wondering if that's enough or if I should start taking it earlier. I always burp even after just taking a sip of water, which makes me think I have way too much stomach acid.Not really sure but according to stan’s guide you should have antacid before sn. Check out stan’s guide.
Well, don’t take too much i guessI know, but I'm wondering if that's enough or if I should start taking it earlier. I always burp even after just taking a sip of water, which makes me think I have way too much stomach acid.
Don't take too much antacids? Why?Well, don’t take too much i guess
I think 20/25gr of SN is more than enough in any situation.Stan's guide says there's not enough HCL in your stomach to convert all of it. Does that apply even if you have high stomach acid?
I think it might be from low stomach acid. I take HCL capsules sometimes which are hydrochloric acid capsules.It's not normal to be burping every time I take a small sip of water. I don't know what the problem is, maybe GERD.
I wouldn't think so since I eat lots of acidic foods. But if I had low stomach acid or GERD, do you think it would be an issue? Sorry, I know I ask questions like this constantly. Probably no one knows the answers for sure, but all I can do is ask for guesses or else I just panic.
No I'm no expert, but I think it will kill almost everyone who takes the recommended dose.But if I had low stomach acid or GERD, do you think it would be an issue?
Well I think it can be a sign of acid reflux/GERD or some sort of gastric issue.What on earth does burping have to do with stomach acid??
Would it interfere with SN if I did?You are conflating a variety of conditions you may or may not have with a pyloric sphincter issue.
Belching is commonly known as burping. It's your body's way of expelling excess air from your upper digestive tract. Most belching is caused by swallowing excess air. This air most often never even reaches the stomach but accumulates in the esophagus.
You may swallow excess air if you eat or drink too fast, talk while you eat, chew gum, suck on hard candies, drink carbonated beverages, or smoke. Some people swallow air as a nervous habit even when they're not eating or drinking.
Acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) can sometimes cause excessive belching by promoting increased swallowing.
Chronic belching may also be related to inflammation of the stomach lining or to an infection with Helicobacter pylori, the bacterium responsible for some stomach ulcers. In these cases, the belching is accompanied by other symptoms, such as heartburn or abdominal pain.
It's not about foods you eat, it's about how much acid your stomach makes and low stomach acid is not uncommon.I wouldn't think so since I eat lots of acidic foods.
I had hyperactive intestines at one time and was prescribed bentyl which helped it a lot. But that was my intestines not stomach. Yours could be from air swallowing.Zero appetite, delayed/no effect from medicine and alcohol, burping, stomach noise(seems to be worse when I lay down even if I haven't eaten in hours), t