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Blocked Gas In Stomach
Indirect involve: Gas in the stomach is most often associated with swallowing of gas via the mouth. If there is some swelling of the pylorus retaining gas in the stomach which backs up, it can present with excess gas in the cervical esophagus which may put some pressure on the wind pipe or trachea. ...Read more
I have discomfort on the right lower side of my abdomen but have no pain, could it be blocked gas? No symptoms other than discomfort
Get it evaluated: Discomfort is the same thing as pain. Have a doctor evaluate the issue. ...Read more
After laying in bed, 1 hour later I had sudden center stomach pain, 7 or 8 on 1-10 scale. Lasted 90 minutes. No BM, no vomiting. Blocked gas???
Pain in abdomen that is relieved on its own by passing gas is know as gas pain. It can be felt as bad colic that self resolves.
Heart burn can cause pain in epigastrium with burping usually burning in nature.
Hope this helps. Any abdominal pain should be evaluated by physician if persists. ...Read more
My bowels are awakening after laparoscopic surgery (blocked intestine) a week ago but why does stomach keepfilling with gas/bile & vomiting every 24hr?
Call your Surgeon: Vomiting after surgery for a small bowel obstruction warrants a call to your surgeon. Common causes include a recurrent obstruction (esp if you are not passing gas from below) or an ileus, often in response to narcotic pain medication. Hope it's just a false alarm. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Food Diary: Many foods can cause increased intestinal gas. There are also some malabsorption conditions that can cause increase gas and bloating. You should consider keeping a food diary for a week to see if a pattern emerges. If you are experiencing discomfort see your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
Changing position: It's not which position but how often you change position that's effective in relieving abdominal gas. ...Read more
Gas can cause the pain. If eliminating the gas relieved it likely you have your answer. Certain foods can cause gas, beans, sauerkraut, spices, lactose to name a few.
Avoid gas producting foods if they are bothering you. There are beano food med products available in a pharmacy if you still want to eat gaseous foods. ...Read more
A few methods:
There is no easy answer here but a few suggestions: 1. Swallow less air. This is best achieved by eating slower, not talking when eating, and eating less temperature hot foods (when food is hot we inhale a lot of air to cool it down)
2. If this doesn't help, simethicone (gas-x) can help dissolve gas particles and make gas easier to pass
3. If still a problem see a GI doctor or pcp. ...Read more
Belch: The best way to release gas from your stomach is to belch. It is also important to try not to swallow air. You shouldn't drink with straws, out of bottles, avoid sodas, avoid eating too fast and washing food down with liquid. If you are speaking about intestinal gas you should avoid gas forming foods such as broccoli, beans, fiber, dried fruits, salads, etc. ...Read more
None: No foods absorb stomach gas, it might be a problem of swallowed air when eating. We all swallow air when we eat. Intestinal gas is a different story, sometimes, excess sugars in our diet and undigested foods go to the bacteria in the colon where gas is produced. Paying attention to diet cauliflower, broccoli and brussel sprouts can produce gas. ...Read more
Find the cause: Many things can cause stomach bloating. True bloating due to a large amount of gas can best be avoided by avoiding the foods, activities that cause the gas accumulation. Many other things feel like bloating but may be due to inflammation or adhesions or gallstone problems etc. See your primary to figure out the cause of your symptoms. ...Read more
Gas: For gas entrapment, drinking hot(not too hot) water or applying heat to the abdomen helps break down the gas bubbles and allows them to be passed down the intestinal tract for expulsion rectally as nature intends. Don't force yourself to burp as this only causes you to swallow more air. Taking simethicone after meals helps prevent gas buildup. ...Read more
Gas: Gas is usually caused by air swallowing. ...Read more
All of them.: Gas in your intestines is due to air swallowing, fermentation by gut bacteria and by chemical reactions. Any and all of them have been shown to cause discomfort in some people. Certain foods (beans, brussels sprouts, onions, celery, carrots, raisins, bananas, wheat germ, and fermentable fiber) can increase gas production and knots. ...Read more
Gas: Borygmus is another word you can look up. Gas sounds are normal. Maybe increased if constipated. Read more at www.Browardgi. Com. Speak you your physician and have a physical examination. ...Read more