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    flu like symptoms
    javrsv posted:
    I am experiencing the following symptoms: low key headache, especially around the eyes, bloated stomach, stomach pain like someone is punching me, extremely high pressure gas pain, very soft, greasy stools. I also feel like I want to vomit, but I never do. It doesn't matter what I eat. This will last for hours, then it goes away. Sometimes it will last for minutes then go away. It may go away for a few days, then wham, it hits me. Anyone else experiencing these symptoms?
    alvarado10 responded:
    You may have one of the three most common digestive disorders, acid reflux, peptic ulcer, or gastritis. Just about everyone on this board has those symptoms, except maybe the headaches.

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