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Can Liver Problems Cause Gas
Among other causes: Excessive gas has many potential causess, , ranging from liver disease, pancreatic problems, inflammatory bowel disease and a host of others. While OTC medicines (like Gas-X or Beano) may relieve it, see your physician and have a thorough evaluation to find the cause and the proper treatment ...Read more
This organ plays a major role in metabolism and has a number of functions in the body, including glycogen storage, decomposition of red blood cells, plasma protein synthesis, hormone production, and detoxification. It lies below the diaphragm in the abdominal-pelvic region of the abdomen. It produces bile, an alkaline compound which aids in digestion via the emulsification of ...Read more
Can not eating enough cause gas and a bloated abdomen? I only eat around 700 calories and am 5ft 8 and 125 pounds, I just don't have an appetite
I can't find anywhere that tells me exactly why gallbladder problems cause gas. And, would gas subside after cholicystectomy?
Yes, maybe: In my practice I find that the symptom of abdominal distention (bloating) is common in patients with gallbladder disease. Many patients fell as if they are "full of gas". Usually this symptom occurs afetr eating. In these patients, that symptom disappears after cholecystectomy. ...Read more
Indeed it can: Stress, the nonspecific set of reactions to what your brain perceives as a threat or a demand, causes alterations in blood flow, directing it away from the digestive organs. This disrupts digestion. In addition, there is often tension and spasmodic contraction of the large bowel, and even some inflammation that can occur. These and other effects can change the bacterial processes and result in gas. ...Read more
It just can: Milk, as any food, has the potential to cause gas after it is ingested. This does not necessarily mean that one is healthy or not. Sometimes, if the gas is excessive or accompanied by other symptoms such as abdominal bloating/cramping, or diarrhea, it can be a sign of lactose intolerance. ...Read more
Yes: You can drink milk without any underlying malabsorptive problem and it may still cause gas. It could also be related to lactose intolerance, or just related to the natural digestion of lactose itself. ...Read more
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