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Re: Magnesium Citrate Intolerance
JaneBond007 Views: 4,875
Published: 8 years ago
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Re: Magnesium Citrate Intolerance

I read this on wikipedia, "Gastroparesis sufferers are disproportionately female. One possible explanation for this finding is that women have an inherently slower stomach emptying time than men.[4] A hormonal link has been suggested, as gastroparesis symptoms tend to worsen the week before menstruation when progesterone levels are highest.[5] Neither theory has been proven definitively."

That's interesting. Why does that not surprise me? LOL. I will do more research on gastroparesis, but only some of that would apply to me. My symptoms aren't severe and it doesn't seem to matter what or if I eat that brings on nausea. I wonder if it is more stress related and gallbladder related.

I have been doing the Liver Flushes for almost eight years now and it is just now that I'm beginning to have problems with it.

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