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I have digestive problem with excessive flatulence?

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What are you eating?: Your symptoms may be due to what you are eating. It may be due to sensitivity to dairy products or gluten(found in breads and pasta). You will need to see your doctor who can perform tests to see if this is the case.

Answered 5/8/2016

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Gas: Often is is the things you eat that cause it. Could also be lactose intolerance or issues with gluten. See a GI doc to help you figure it out

Answered 8/8/2014

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Dr. John Michel answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Foods: The most common cause is the foods you eat. Could be related to beans, carbonated beverages, too much spice and broccoli or eating too much fruit. You may have to experiment with what you are eating to see what works. If you are glucose intolerant this could be one source. Another source are foods that have high fructose corn syrup. As your doctor to help you consult a dietician.

Answered 8/8/2014

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Dr. Lonnie Smith answered

Specializes in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery

Could be your diet: Check your diet. Some foods are naturalgas formers because they are harder ti digest like egumes and other plant products. But you may have problems wiht your gall bladder also and should discuss this with your primary care MD.

Answered 8/8/2014

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