My stomach makes a lot of loud noises even though I am not hungry. I have anemia and when I started to take Ferrous sulfate, my stomach noises begin again. I remember that eventually, I started to feel pain along with it. So my doctor adviced me to stop taking the medicine for a month until my stomach calms down and start taking the tablets again. I also switched to Ferrous fumarate but that does not help. I began taking the tablets again, at first I felt pain which eventually disappeared although the noises are back again and it is getting worse. It is also bothering me because it is loud especially when I am in the middle of the lecture in the university. Please help me.Related Questions:
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So far I never vomited yet although I sometimes feel like I am going to vomit. I also felt discomfort in my stomach especially when I was still taking the Ferrous sulphate twice a day. I have not lost weight and I think my appetite is fine because I still try to eat something even though I feel like I do not want to eat. I take Ferrous fumarate as an alternative medicine (prescribed by my doctor) because the Ferrous sulphate caused me so much discomfort. They said the cause of my anemia is excessive bleeding (menstruation) because my period used to last more than a week, my longest one was almost three weeks but I did not get my period every month back then.
No, I never had any surgeries in the abdomen in the past. According to my last blood test, the doctor said that my blood levels are now normal. Although I was still prescribed to take one tablet a day to keep it stable. Is the parenteral Iron infusion like a needle?
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