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gas, bloating/discomfort, flatullence (sometimes nausea, rarely) after eating, but good appetite, no blood, no pain. what could it be?

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Dr. Quang Nguyen
Specializes in Endocrinology
Many things: Excess gas, hiatal hernia, gastroparesis, ulcers, food allergies...
Dr. David Wyatt
Dr. David Wyatt commented
Family Medicine 26 years experience
also along with food allergies - make sure to get tested for GLUTEN and LACTOSE intolerance... along with other standard food allergies.... sounds suspicious for the more common gluten or lactose though... good LUCK!!!
Jan 31, 2012
Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine 35 years experience
Poor digestion : The process starts with your mouth. Saliva, chewing well, sips of water with each couple of bites, eating slower and talking less while at it helps. Smaller meals. Your symptoms seem to be triggered by poor digestion. Something is off. Irritable bowel syndrome can cause similar symptoms. Meal hygiene is very important.

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