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I have a problem with indigestion of foods eaten and lots of burping and belching.+increase in my belly n stomach size.
What must i do?
See doc for exam to…: Check for ulcers or esophagus problems like reflux. Avoid gas-forming foods (pop, beans, peanuts, broccoli family, dairy products). Gas-x (simethicone) helps break up gas; beano taken before meal helps break down gas-formers; lactaid/dairy ease helps digest lactose. Activated charcoal caps helps absorb gas. Reflux/ulcers: antacids, zantac, Prilosec or prevacid. ...Read more
When acid and peptic juices reflux into the esophagus, one might have the sensation of burning or pain under the breast bone. It can radiate up to the throat and down to the region of the solar plexus. Some may describe it as bad 'indigestion' and others may feel like they are ...Read more
30-60 minutes: If 'indigestion' is lasting longer than that, an explanation is warranted. And, to be frank, it depends on how you define 'indigestion' and it depends on whether the discomfort is shorter but more intense than usual - it may warrant explanation sooner. In essence - if it bothers you - get an answer... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Indigestion is a symptom that refers to discomfort in the digestive system. It is a vague term that means something different to everyone. The most common causes are irritable bowel and acid reflux. Next would be ulcers and gastritis caused by an infection (h pilori) gall bladder disease. All of these can cause symptoms that can last for days. If symptoms are lasting that long > md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tummy ache?: Indigestion is a rather vague term .Think in descriptive terms like cramping, burning, nausea, heartburn, bloating, burping, painful, and also what makes it worse/better, to more accurately describe your complaint. Hope this was helpful. Alcohol is a chemical irritant that can cause inflammation in the stomach. ...Read more
Indigestion: Of course they can but this tends to be person-specific rather than a generality. There are many food types, for example, that can cause gastric reflux due to specific food properties that change the pressure of the gastric-esophageal sphincter: coffee, chocolate, pepper, cumin, and mint. The latter is why the after dinner mint is a popular condiment to allow for easier burping after a large meal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Habits: 1- minimize caffeine 2- minimize stress as directed 3- full night sleep- raise head of bed 4- avoid nsaids (motrin advil) 5- multiple small meals ( no large meals) 6- weight maintenance/ lose weight 7- dietary restrictions/ no spicy 8- avoid late night eating, wait 3 hours from last meal prior to sleep 9- 30 to 40 min brisk walk four times per week. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 21 and have a fat indigestion problem. My body is not digesting fat at all. Due to this my weight is only 52. Can you give me some tips?
Should get checked: Sorry to hear of your trouble...You may have problem with gallbladder malfunction or disease state such as celiac sprue. Bile (stored in your gallbladder) helps digest/breakdown fat into finer form your intestine can absorb. Celiac is a disease of the intestine itself and has problem absorbing many nutrients, including fats. These are just my guess. Consult doc for a work-up. Good luc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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