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Flatulence issues

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Joycey29 Fri 04-Dec-15 18:18:23

Basically - just that!
In the last two months I have noticed a marked increase in gas.
Not particularly whiffy but can be noisy - what do I do???

fairbalance Fri 04-Dec-15 23:02:48

Apparently you lose 65 calories with every fart so you should get slim. Sorry I am being helpful but it made me giggle when I read that on Facebook. smile

Iwantakitchen Fri 04-Dec-15 23:10:35

Just note down what you eat. For me, it's bread. And popcorn. In pregnancy it was broccoli. You might be intolerant of one type of food.

Joycey29 Sat 05-Dec-15 07:32:58

Thanks - it's just a bit weird after being fine for so long.
Grapes was my problem in pregnancy!
Loving the 65 calories grin

Aquamarine70 Sat 05-Dec-15 15:36:30

You can get charcoal tablets to help.

ArabellaRockerfella Sat 05-Dec-15 18:00:58

Yes keep a food diary, for a least a month, there must be a dietary cause.
I've heard that probiotics can help.
My stomach has become a lot less tolerant over the years and the list of foods that give me problems is steadily growing! [sad]

Joycey29 Sun 06-Dec-15 09:43:30

Like idea of charcoal tablets and just started the probiotics

mazlet1210 Tue 08-Dec-15 06:18:28

I sympathise because I suffer in exactly the same way! It's definitely to do with the foods you eat so keeping a diary is very good advice and logging the symptoms. I find that cutting out wheat, gluten and dairy do help and I take acidophils on a daily basis. Herbal teas help to calm the gut too. Hope that helps!

BrendaandEddie Tue 08-Dec-15 06:48:01

Onions for me

Joycey29 Tue 08-Dec-15 18:21:48

Could it be beetroot?

LovelyFriend Tue 08-Dec-15 18:46:21

Probiotics!

Wheat has started making me farty angry

amarmai Tue 08-Dec-15 18:50:15

if there are other abdominal symptoms, get checked as it may not be due to food.

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