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Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: OTC
Simethicone is an Wiktionary:oral anti-foaming agent used to reduce bloating, discomfort and pain caused by excess gas in the stomach ...Read on Wikipedia
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Gas X for Bloating
We analyzed what people said about Gas X and compared it to other Bloating medications
What people say about Gas X
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tongue, but they were a waste of money...they didn't work...
" #3 I got the gas x strips that dissolve on the tongue, but they were a waste of money...they didn't work on my gas shoulder... "
x chewables worked but caused more discomfort than relief...
" #583 I found the gas x chewables worked but caused more discomfort than relief. Walking until shoulder pain was... "
nd if I feel gas in my tummy I take a Gas-x strip. W...
" ...barely had gas pains. I've been farting (excuse me) with no problems. And if I feel gas in my tummy I take a Gas-x... "
fiber!! I got to take 2 gas-x type pills after each meal...
" My bowels are hyperactive all day lmao. Only downside is, the gas and bloating from the high fiber!! I got to take... "
roblems. Gas x or Beano doesnt work for me. Turns out I...
" ...I'm 21 and also have chronic farting problems. Gas x or Beano doesnt work for me. Turns out I have IBS, I'm lactose intolerant and have... "
ake sure you take some Gas X with you to the hospital. I...
" Gas-X Make sure you take some Gas X with you to the hospital. I had bad gas pains in my... "
a nightmare. Gas X doesn't work for me. My poor husband has...
" ...been kind of a nightmare. Gas X doesn't work for me. My poor husband has had to deal... "
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