Is Iberet Folic 500 Suitable For Reflux Patients?

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eelyn Says:

Hi, I would like to know if anyone here who has Reflux / GERD / LPR tried Iberet Folic 500 b4? How does it feels after taking it? Does it induce the GeRD? I have tried many kinds of Vitamins, multivits however none of them seemed to help me at all. I just cannot take it, each time after taking it, i'll tend to feel difficulty of breathing, belching and very nauseated due to the GERD i suppose.. Which i could feel the sensations of something pushing up through the eosophagus n throat, and causing me difficulty of breathing. I tried Usana's multivits n chelated mineral.. which didnt do any good to myself, not even any kinds of Vitamin C which i bought from the pharmacies. Therefore i think my body or i would stomach is very very sensitive and it cannot tolerate any acidic compound.. Even in natural foods or fruits, i cannot take oranges, tomato, spicy or sour food or even normal temperature water. Without the acidic food, even so my stomach doesnt feel good almost everyday, i tend to feel hungry very quickly however, sometimes i have indigestions.. And when i press on it, i feel the discomfort on it.. Do not know what is wrong with my stomach though. It turned to such a condition since a year ago, without any good reasons which i could think of.. Can anyone out there share their experiences with me after taking it? Those who have acid reflux or gastritis problem?

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snoowycute Says:
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i have gerd and would like to try also iberet folic afraid i will also feel what you experienced..everytime i took vit c or any foods that is acidic, i have the feeling of difficult when i maybe is was because of my gerd..whenever i have cough it took me a month or two before it heal..its really hard to have gerd.

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