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Bloating That Wont Go Away
Try a lactose free: or a gluten free diet before checking with gastrienterologist ...Read more
I have low neutrophils and poor immune system, since taking amoxicillin i've had constant bloating that won't go away, could it be candida?
Why won't my bloating go away. I do exercise the only time that I see i have no bloating is when I took Senna pods I woke up with a flat stomach
It may your diet : Consider gas x. Limit dairy.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Hold doxy and Vit D, Take gasex/ Simethicon .....will help. ...Read more
For most, but: Not all patients, the adverse effects of metformin tend to resolve in 2 weeks or so if you continue at low dose (500 mg once or twice daily w/meals) and then slowly increase 500 mg total per week. If this doesn't work, the time release Glumetza is often better tolerated, but more expensive since it's not generic. ...Read more
I accidentally took 2 tablespoons of psyllium powder instead of two teaspoons. I've had 2 days of bloating. Will it go away of its own accord?
Yes: that is not unusual if a person ingests a lot more fiber than usual all at once. This is why when we advocate increasing fiber that we recommend that people start slowly and build it up. There is much less bloating and gas if you follow that schedule. When your stools are back to normal, start adding in a small amount of fiber each day, and then gradually build it up. Good luck. ...Read more
Eat Slowly: Try eating slowly--you may be swallowing a lot of air along with your food. If you have no pain, no diarrhea try that. Sometimes bloating is associated with gallbladder or intestinal problems. You should see your if you have other symptoms. ...Read more
Need expert opinion on when exactly does bloating and everything go away after you start your period?
If ovarian cyst is causing bloating as a symptom.
Only way the bloating will go away is if the cyst is removed.
Bloating with ovarian cyst happens if the cyst is rather large in size and there may be other symptoms like pelvic pain, pain during bowel movements, pain during sexual intercourse and before/after periods. ...Read more
Quickly: Usually within 48-72 hours depending upon the size of the cyst, use of anti-inflammatories, and whether or not a procedure was performed. ...Read more
R/O IBS: IBS is a diagnosis of exclusion. SX can be managed You need a full exam and blood work. Especially screen for H pylori . Also stool screen x 3 for occult blood /parasite/hpylori . you also need a baseline EGD/ colonoscopy. While you are getting these items checked out you should stick to a gluten free high fiber diet . Ie gutbliss.com and Wholeapproach.com. Also 64-80oz water TX LEVSIN/BENTYL ...Read more
How long does bloating take to go away i've been bloated for like three weeks very constapated what do I do had kub said i had fos?
Bloating: It sounds like your bloating may be related to constipation. The bloating will not go away until the constipation is relieved. I would start with a high fiber diet, 64 ounces of water a day, regular exercise and possibly a stool softener medicine. If not resolving, their could be another medical cause for your constipation and bloating and further testing could be needed. ...Read more
I had a cyst on my ovaries that bursted and that happen in may now i always feel like im bloated what can I do or take to make the bloating go away?
It is highly : Unlikely that the cyst on your ovary from may is causing your current problems. Check w/your doctor. ...Read more
I am on my second pack of ortho tri cylen lo. I still experience bloating and nausea sometimes. When will these side effects go away?
The symptoms usually subside within "several months".
The number of women in the U.S. choosing to use an IUD for contraception is increasing. The IUD won't cause bloating and nausea. The copper IUD doesn't cause any hormonal side effects. The progesterone containing IUD
can(Mirena). See > http://wb.md/1O7XcLy ...Read more
The question i want answered is how many days does it take from bloating caused by a day of binge eating take to go away? I'm on day 2 of bloating
Variable: How long it takes to recover from abusing your body in this way is variable, but generally in the realm of a few days. It depends on what & how much you ate. There is help for eating disorders through your physician, and also group support in overeaters anonymous. If using laxatives or diuretics, or inducing vomiting, this is dangerous. Your doctor may refer you for more specialized treatment. ...Read more
Suffering anxiety, didn't eat for a day, how long until eating and uncomfortable abdominal emptiness/bloating go away? It's scaring me. Tests clear
Anxiety: can be tough to deal with! Symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea and lack of appetite are common. A bit of anxiety is acceptable but a general rule of thumb is that if your symptoms are interfering with your day to day life (sleeping, studying, work etc) then something needs to be done. ...Read more
Maybe not on 1 side: Depending on how thin the recipient is, it may be possible to see and easily feel the kidney itself on 1 side of the abdomen. It is about the size of a grapefruit and does take up some space. Additionally, the average patient does (unfortunately) gain 20 lbs in the first year. If this has happened, you may be mistaking real fat for bloating. Any other causes should be fully evaluated. ...Read more
Can going off Zoloft (sertraline) cause weight gain/bloating? Will this side effect go away the longer your off?
Started florinef (fludrocortisone) 0.5mg 3days ago 4dizzy spells r/t dysautonomia. It helped but pants are already tight & abd bloating w/pain. Will this go away w/time?
As above: It may be better to discuss this with u pcp ...Read more
I have bad GERD and always have problems with bloating but today my left side of my stomach is ten times bigger. Any idea how to get it to go away?
Abdominal distension: Multipe possibilities. Need immediate evaluation including possible radiologic test. ...Read more
Diagnosed with colitis in 2011..Having first major issue..Contraction like pain, back pain bloating diaharrea\constipation..Will it go away on its own?
Unlikely...: Crohn's and colitis are chronic relapsing and remitting conditions for which there is no cure (except total procto-colectomy in colitis patients). Medications are used to treat colitis flares and also maintain remission. If you are indeed having a flare medication will be necessary. There are other conditions with overlapping symptoms however. I suggest you see a gastroenterologist. ...Read more