Rotten Egg Smelling Burps
How Can You Get Rid Of Rotten Egg Smelling Burps?
Lately I have had VERY nasty rotten egg smelling burps. I have had an excessive amount of gas as well. My abdomen is pretty distended as well, although I had my 3rd baby 6 months ago, but I still look around 5-6 months pregnant.
I've been very tired for a while now. I get these "bouts" of severe cramping diarrhea that come and go for no reason.
I went to my doctor. He tested me for Celiac disease which I tested negative for. I'm supposed to go for a lactose test, but I have a feeling that that's not an issue.
Could I have a parasite? I've also noticed my cat ripping her fur out, and when I did an internet search about it, I read that she could be ripping her fur out because of a parasite.
Also, I'm not sure if this is related...but what about grain beetles? Not sure if there is any truth to this, but I heard that they could be carriers for parasites, and if ingested could be passed onto humans.
Thank you very much...I hope I can figure some things out.
It does sound like you've picked up some type of parasitic infection that is affecting your entire digestive system.
It's hard to pinpoint exactly where or how you contracted it. People don't seem to realize how easy it really is to pick up parasites. They really are all over the place in one form or another.
The best thing I would suggest that you do is give yourself a gentle, but very effective,
cleanse of your digestive tract. That should take care of the rotten egg smelling burps, too. :-)Herbal Fiberblend
is a combination of psyllium fiber and 17 different herbs that are both anti-fungal and anti-parasitic. You just need to stir a little up in water or juice and take it twice a day. Up your water intake to about 8 glasses per day. That's about it.
I think you will find it will clear up your system in no time at all. (No more rotten egg smelling burps!)
Honestly, though, you'd be wise to use it for a full 3 months.
That's what I do each year, whether it 'seems' like I need it or not. It's a great way to help keep your immune system in good order.
As for your cat, you should treat the cat for parasites, too. And be sure to wash your hands after touching the cat, etc. Yes, parasites can be passed from animals to humans.
I don't see why parasites can't be transferred from beetles to humans if they happen to be carrying them. Man doesn't know everything (although we like to think we do). :) But our bodies are made to fight off parasites, bacteria, fungus, etc. and do a pretty good job of it most of the time.
Every now and then, the immune system is compromised by poor diet, antibiotics, other illness, even childbirth, and then it needs a little assistance to get everything moving along smoothly.
I try to use natural remedies like whole food supplements, herbs, vitamins and minerals to keep my body as healthy as possible for the most part. My philosophy is, give the body what it needs, and it will take care of the rest!
Since you are in Canada, you can order Herbal Fiberblend directly from the Canadian office at wholesale prices using this form. To your good health!
Angie from allaboutparasites.com