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    Digestive Disorder?
    An_249144 posted:
    Little history.

    I was diagnosed with H pylori in September and finished HP Pac on September 20th. During that period and up until last week I felt amazing. My stool was totally normal and I felt absolutely happy and normal. Last week some of my symptoms reappeared. I constantly feel gassy, get chunky stool in the morning (sorry for details), and after morning stool i still do feel that im not totally emptied and it creates further discomfort. I get bloated by the evening and i wonder if i havent gotten treated yet. Since during the time i was taking HP pac and 2 months after i finished i felt perfect, maybe a certain drug was making me feel better, like the acid reducer and i need to get more of that???

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