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everytime i try to eat something its makes myv stumach hurts and make me go to the bathroom?

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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
Family Medicine 14 years experience
Stomach pain: Irritation of the stomach (gastritis) could sometimes feel like upper abdomen pain. It could also be an ulcer or gallbladder disease. There's a reflex called the gastrocolic reflex that causes us to need to use the bathroom after we eat, but it doesn't usually cause pain. If not improving, you should absolutely see your primary doctor. Best of luck!
Dr. Jay Bayer
Dr. Jay Bayer answered
Family Medicine 51 years experience
Irritable bowel synd: Consult w dr. There is gastocolic reflex- when put food in stomach signals sigmoid colon to empty. Ibs requires detailed history as no test prove have it. There is medicine- Bentyl (dicyclomine) that may help, but diet, probiotics, dietary changes help. Allied symptoms like migraines co-exist, due receptors both in brain and bowel. Not serious but affects life. So keep detailed diary symptoms, present to dr.
Dr. Oscar Novick
Pediatrics 58 years experience
Diet diarrhea: Use a diet diary to determine which foods are causing your problem and then avoid them. If that isnt helpful to you see a gastroenterologist.

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A 18-year-old female asked:

My stomachs been hurting every morning but not all coming out. so ive been having coffee past 2 mornings. Its making me rlly anxious and bloat more?..

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Dr. William Schmidt
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Take a deep breath: You are a healthy woman. lose the coffee and watch what you eat. I bet you still have an appetite. Set up a regular schedule in the morning to go to the bathroom. i see you have a history of anxiety which you need to get under control. Good luck

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