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Doctor insights on: Causes Of Front Of Neck Bloating

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Can 3 month long chronic stress and anxiety cause whole body pain,stomach bloating,belching and fatigue?when anxious I can feel my heartbeat in neck..

Can 3 month long chronic stress and anxiety cause whole body pain,stomach bloating,belching and fatigue?when anxious I can feel my heartbeat in neck..

Prolonged stress: can produce the symptoms you mention and lots of other ones. Please see your doc to rule out medical conditions and then a mental health professional to learn strategies for coping w/stress. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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What causes feeling lump , something stuck sensation in throat, this started occuring along with bloating. Been 4 days. No pain. Can swallow.

What causes feeling lump , something stuck sensation in throat, this started occuring along with bloating. Been 4 days. No pain. Can swallow.

Lump in throat: This can actually be sign of anxiety in some people. It may be nearly the only symptom they have with anxiety. Other than that, without having pain or troubles swallowing or weight loss due to it, which is good, it might be sign of mild reflux. ...Read more

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What causes severe bloating & fullness with horrible belching, as well as a lump in the throat feeling?! I've been very stressed lately..Any relation?

What causes severe bloating & fullness with horrible belching, as well as a lump in the throat feeling?! I've been very stressed lately..Any relation?

Swallowing air: When people get anxious they sometimes develop aerophagia, or excessive swallowing of air. This causes severe bloating and belching. A consultation with a gadtroenterologist is indicated to rule out other conditions. Please read the excellent article referenced below regarding description, treatment, and evaluation and differential diagnosis. www.medscape.com/viewarticle/776875_4. Best wishes. ...Read more

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I have bloating and upper abdomen discomfort that causes inner throat discomfort. My bowel movements are regular until a dau ago. What could this be?

I have bloating and upper abdomen discomfort that causes inner throat discomfort. My bowel movements are regular until a dau ago. What could this be?

Poor digestion: It could be a sign of reflux where the door that closes at the entrance to the stomach is lose. This would allow your stomach acid to get into the esophagus and that would cause bloating and inner throat to be uncomfortable. Betaine plus right before a meal can help this. I would recommend getting the ph level of the stomach done. ...Read more

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Weight loss, then lymph nodes groin + neck (now present 3+ years), night sweats now accompanying day sweats. 2+years bloating + kidney pain too?

Weight loss, then lymph nodes groin + neck (now present 3+ years), night sweats now accompanying day sweats. 2+years  bloating + kidney pain too?

This can't be: diagnosed over the internet - BUT this constellation of symptoms warrants prompt comprehensive medical evaluation. Take care. ...Read more

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Balding for 8 yrs from age 12-20 almost bald about 1+hands full of hair per day shots in head 1xmonth painful neck migraines bloating no periods. Help?

Balding for 8 yrs from age 12-20 almost bald about 1+hands full of hair per day shots in head 1xmonth painful neck migraines bloating no periods. Help?

See a dermatologist: Start with a precise definition of the process. Bring with you every pill or other treatment used in recent months. Be prepared to answer questions about menst periods, any illnesses or injuries, weight change. Alopecia areata? ...Read more

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I have a nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach, hr 115, sweating, off/on tingling in left side of arm/neck, amd bloating--possible heart attack?

I have a nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach, hr 115, sweating, off/on tingling in left side of arm/neck, amd bloating--possible heart attack?

Not likely: A heart attack is always possible, but given your age, medical history and symptoms is highly unlikely. Alternate conditions, such as panic attack, given your history of anxiety or hypoglycemia, for example, in the right clinical context are much more likely. Talk to your doc about your symptoms. ...Read more

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