Midabdomen Pain, Stomach Pain

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Midabdomen Pain, Stomach Pain

The colon crosses over from your right side to the left side at

the midabdomen. This is also the location for the bile duct to join

your small intestine. Most midabdomen pain comes from either

the colon or the bile duct connections. Kill parasites and bacteria

by zapping or with the herbal recipe. Improve your digestion

with diet clean up (off moldy food, boil dairy products).

Sometimes the midabdomen pain stems from the stomach itself.

The valves at the top and bottom of the stomach are meant to

keep the food in. The valve at the top where the stomach joins the

esophagus is a favorite location for bacteria.

You seldom feel them here though. This is just under your

breastbone. They do their work quietly. Eventually, the tissue

there is so weakened, the valve can't shut tightly and food is allowed

to go back up the esophagus. This is called reflux and you

may be told to sleep with your head elevated and to eat small

meals, especially at bedtime. You may be given Reglan,TM a

drug to help empty the stomach faster. Digestive enzymes will

help empty the stomach, too, but may harbor molds. The real

solution is to kill the bacteria in this area and

keep them from reinvading it. Start by killing the Salmonellas

and Campylobacters (zap them).

Within a day or so,

however, the area can

be re-invaded. Some

bacteria are coming

from your teeth! Some

come from the liver!

Often both sources are

supplying bacteria to

the stomach. The

stomach allows a little

bile to enter at the end

of each meal, this is

normal. But if the bile

is full of live parasite stages and bacteria they may try to colonize

the stomach, too. If there is insufficient stomach acid to kill

them or if there is an accumulation of toxin in the stomach, they

will get a foothold. Then they can burrow down deep to escape

acid. Eventually, an ulcer can develop.



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