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  • Puma
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    Has anyone found that Prelief caused more frequency?

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  • Crzycatlady
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    Thank you for your help... It's worth a try.! And if it helps, yeah! [img]biggrin.gif[/img]

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  • ICNDonna
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    The way Prelief acts is to neutralize the acid in foods. I use both the tablets and the granulated --- when I have my morning cup of coffee (which Prelief makes possible for me), I use the granules directly in the coffee. I carry a bottle of tablets in my purse so if I'm away from home I can take a couple before I eat.

    I have heard that it's possible to be constipated if you take a lot of it. It hasn't caused a problem for me.

    One good thing --- if you contact the company --- there's a link at the top of this page --- they will send you some samples so you can give it a try.

    Donna

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  • redd65456
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    I have had no side affects at all with Prelief and I take around 6 a day. It is great. [img]wink.gif[/img]

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  • Kara
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    Jen,

    Prelief caused severe urgency for me but we are all different and I had end stage refractory IC, so you may not want to worry about it for yourself. I was just a really abnormal IC patient.

    I hope it works for you. It's definetely worth a try. I know TONS of people who love it and swear by it that it helps them to a great extent with food!!!

    Take Care,

    Kara


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  • shafferkr
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    I had problems with the Prelief causing severe constipation and had to stop taking it.

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  • Crzycatlady
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    Side effects of Prelief

    Are there any side effects to Prelief? I want to try it, especially if it helps with IC and IBS. Does it also help with food allergies? (not the asthma part?) Thanks, Jen <img src="graemlins/hat.gif" border="0" alt="[hat]" />
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