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Can Amoxicillian Cause Bloating And Gas
I had a one week course of amoxicillin 10 months ago & suffered bloating during, im still bloated now, what could be the cause & how can I fix it?
Doctor can evaluate: One week of Amoxicillin usually doesn't cause any problems. A primary care doctor and a GI specialist can evaluate to see what the bloating is caused by. Other causes of bloating should be looked for, because the timing of the symptoms could just be coincidentally related to the amoxicillin. Bloating symptoms may come from stomach / intestine / liver / cancer disorders, etc... ...Read more
On last dose of amoxicillian. No appetite, bloating and chest wall discomfort (comes and goes).Asked q earlier and told that these wasn't from medicine?
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?
Is intestinal candidiasis a real health issue? I have had permanent lower abdominal bloating since taking amoxicillin in january
Candida normal: Candida is a common yeast that exists in essentially everyone's intestine.It has been estimated as 5% of the dry weight of poo. It is usually balanced out by a number of benign bacteria. All might be a problem under some conditions, but most co-exist within the bowel & don't cause specific symptoms. ...Read more
I have been taking florastor for 3 months and it has helped my diahrrea but the last week it is nowstarting cause bloating and gas. What do you think?
Too much: You may be getting too much. Try stopping for a while. ...Read more
I had my gall bladder removed at 22 years of age. I am now 63. Could that cause bloating and gas in the evening?
Any antibiotic can cause antibiotic associated gastrointestinal issues. Gas could be one of those. One possible mechanism would be that the antibiotics changes the bacterial make up of the intestines leading to the symptoms that you described. I always encourage patients to use a probiotic while on antibiotics.
I hope this was helpful. ...Read more
What causes extreme gas? What causes extreme gas & bloating? It basically just feels like my body is constantly full of air all the time.
Digestion: You likely lack enzymes necessary to digest the food. I have no vested interest in this product but do recommend "digest extra" sold at the vitamin shoppe. It has all the enzymes your body needs for food breakdown and usually does the trick. ...Read more
I am experiencing chronic bloating and gas and it really influences my quality of life. What are the possible causes and what can be done about it?
It may be a: Digestive disorder. Your doc or a gastroenterologist will tell you. Alternatively, you may have a food allergy. You can be tested for both of the above. They will ask about your diet. Some things are harder to digest than others and in that process bloating and gas is the byproduct. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Symptoms: Gallstones can irritate the lining of the gallbladder & can partially block the emptying of bile from the gallbladder after eating. The body translates that as a pressure or a full uncomfortable feeling. That can feel like a full, bloated, gassy feeling especially worse after larger meals or eating fatty greasy foods. ...Read more
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See your doctor: Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you. ...Read more
If you are lactose intolerant and still have bloating/gas from lactose-free yogurt, is there something else in the diary that causes these symptoms?
Pressure: The intestines are located all around the uterus and ovaries. So it's possible if there are fibroids or ovarian cysts, there can be pressure on the bowels interfering with digestion. ...Read more
Does too much fruit cause bloating, constipation, and gas? I notice on days that I eat little fruit that my bloating is gone completely.
For a week I have had gas/bloating that slowly increases through the day and by night causes bloating/pain in upper abs/gas. No diet changes.
Many possibilities: This could be due to food intolerances or could even be a sign of gallbladder disease. You may want to keep a food diary to track food intake. However, you should schedule a consult with your physician. ...Read more
Raw food diet is great, but some raw veggies cause gas and bloating for some. How to improve digestion of raw food? #nqlu I'm trying to eat more raw food but get way too much gas or just don't digest some veggies and seeds. I try the food combining sugges
Unfortunately there is no way around this problem, the issue here is Cellulose (fiber found in raw vegetables) this is a carbohydrate that is very difficult for the human body to digest. For this reason, if a lot is consumed the result is gas, bloating and nausea. You should also be aware that for this reason many of the valuable nutrients in raw vegetables are actually not being absorbed by the body, which defeats the intended purpose of eating this way.
I believe that steaming your vegetables would be better on your digestive system, and would give your body more nutrients. On the other hand, you can try using a digestive aid before consuming raw vegetables. Examples of naturally occurring digestive enzymes include aloe vera and papain. These can be found at your local vitamin and herb retailer.
Good luck! ...Read more
Yes: The feeling of "gas pain". And bloating as you put it can both be associated with various conditions affecting the GI tract. I would encourage you to be seen if you don't improve. Thanks. ...Read more
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