can sulfites in wine cause gas and bloating?

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Answered: Bloating,

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Answered: Why do people sniff gas? is this the in thing that causes death?

Because some people are complete idiots who seem to have a desire to destroy their minds and bodies. And frankly, the world is better off without them.

Answered: Bloating drinking alot of sodas

Stop the soda and drink a lot of water and excerize

Answered: What causes baby gas?

There are different ways that air can get into babies’ digestive systems. Gas is produced in the digestive tract from the moment baby has his or her first drink of breast milk or formula. Newborn gas is a natural byproduct of digesting lactose, proteins and other nutrients contained in breast milk ...
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I am having loud & long gas passed, no smell, very embarassing

Certain medications can cause that. Talk to your doctor.

Does what we eat cause human gas? How can you decrease it?

Peoples' bodies react differently to different foods. However, it is known that overeating fruits and vegetables, especially when raw, can cause gas. If you find yourself eating a lot of these, try cutting down, and see what happens. Some people may also react to dairy.

What causes swollen ankles?

Swollen ankles generally tend to come about when you over-extend, or stretch the connective tissue in the ankle. This can pretty much happen at any time. The best sprained ankle treatment is to get on a solid rehabilitation program, to help cut down on the swelling and start to repair you're ...

Wine be the cause of my continuous stomach .aches??

Very few wine now use sulphites any longer, certainly not good wine. Chronic stomach problems need immediate attention. Do not take OTC medication because you maybe masking the problem. Get a barium X-ray asap. cs33ca M.Sc. PharmD. www.anestheticnews.com