It could be candida. This can cause fermentation, especially if you too many sweets or carbs. Yogurt is good. Nystatin prescription is even better.
I have had very bad back problems, the nerves affected my intestines and I couldn't digest sugar. It fermented in my stomach and created a lot of gas.
Beano was a big help in relieving the gas, by adding emzymes to my digestive system.
As my Back pain got better, my digestion got better.
Doctors has no answers to help me, I had to diagnose this from the internet.
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more loudly, most loudly
Yes, for example: He spoke loudly. Spoke is the verb and loudly describes how.
Loudly is an Adverb.
Loudly is an adverb.
Loudly is the adverb of loud.An example sentence is "he yelled loudly across the room".
The audience was screaming very loudly when Justin Bieber came onto the stage and started singing.
He laughed loudly.
The verb for loud is loudly. As in "to loudly do something".
The correct spelling is "loudly" (high volume).
No, it is an adverb.
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There is no adjective in the sentence "The lion growled loudly." Loudly is an adverb modifying the verb growled.
Another word for loudly is noisily. Nicci ;-)
An imperative sentence.Shout loudly!
Loudly modifies the verb (debated).
The verb of loudly is louden. As in "The music loudened suddenly".
Yes, my friend snores loudly and she is a girl.
Yes, the word loudly is an adverb.An example sentence for you is: "he spoke very loudly above the commotion".
No there is not always an indirect object. He talks. no He talks loudly. no He talks loudly about dogs. no He talks loudly about dogs to me. no
The comparative forms of loudly, as with any other adverb, are simple: Comparative: more loudly Superlative: most loudly The comparative forms of loud are: Comparative: louder Superlative: loudest
The participial phrase is "sighing loudly."
The word 'loudly' is the adverb form for the adjective loud.
The word loudly *is* the adverb form. The related adjective is loud.