Is Peppermint candy good for your stomach?

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Answered: Favorite candy?

Chocolate! Chocolate! Anything chocolate! My favorite is Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.

Answered: What does it mean when you have a sharp pain in the middle of your

You could have an ulcer. Stomach ulcer may give pain shortly after eating. Duodenal ulcer could be hours after you eat. If the pain is just above the stomach, that would be gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) also known as heartburn. Onions, garlic, and carbonated beverages may cause GERD ...

Answered: What to hydrate yourself with when you have a stomach virus

I prefer 7UP and eating Saltine crackers. Between the two they usually settle my stomach quite well.

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It is a GREAT candy, but it is spelled See's Candy. My Aunt who lived in California used to send it every CHristmas. Now, I can even find it in CT around the holidays.

Answered: Stomach pain no matter what I eat, I always get a ...

GERD (gastro-esophageal reflux disease) means that stomach acid is backing up into the esophagus, and it burns. Antacids may help. Acid blockers may be needed. But you may have an inflammation of the esophagus, or even a cancer. This is something to see a doctor about. If you want to treat it ...

Answered: Which side of a candy cane do you eat first?

I don't eat these. They're terrible for your teeth and made of all sugar.
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Could be many things. Gas, bloating, water retention, etc. Please see your doctor about this. He will most likely run a vaginal or topical ultrasound on you and do some blood work. Better to be safe than sorry.