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Extreme Bloating From Alcohol
OIC ?: OIC = opioid-induced constipation. Assuming ileus, obstruction, alcohol-related pancreatitis have been excluded, ask your doctor to discuss the pros & cons of continuing your present consumption of methadone and alcohol, as well as treatment options for the differential diagnosis as mentioned. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hi, I'm writing as I've been experiencing bloating and abdominal discomfort for a week now. Last Saturday I was thrown a suprise 30th birthday party and drank more alcohol then I have for a long time, followed by greasy kebab shop chips. I usually eat pre
I'm often experiencing bloating and gas after eating. I also get extremely gassy when I have a beer (it doesn't happen if I drink hard alcohol though)?
Consider: Well it is time to do a food diary. It may be gluten intolerance since beer my have grains like wheat and the protein gluten. Beer is also carbonated which can contribute to the problem. It does sound like you suffer from some tyoe of food allergy. You will have to do a diary and then find out through a system of elimination. www.drlugo.com ...Read more
I am 34 and have a hiatal hernia. I drink alcohol occasionally. I watch my diet and exercise gas and bloating have increased. Why? Soothing remedies?
See your doctor: Increased gas and bloating are symptoms of malabsorption, generally. This can be multifactorial, i.e. Related to diet, stomach, gallbladder or pancreatic disease, or a host of other issues. Sometimes over the counter products containing mylicon can be of some help, but i would recommend a thorough evaluation with your primary doctor and perhaps upper endoscopy (egd). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can excess beer (8) cause damage/complications to open umbilical hernia surgery no mesh, one night after 2 1/2 weeks post op due to alcohol/bloating?
Yes: alcohol in any amount, but particularly in large amounts, impairs the body's ability to fight infection and heal properly. Binge drinking is associated with increased problems with car accidents, sexual assault, falls, as well as illnesses like pancreatitis, bleeding from the stomach and many other problems. Talk to your doctor about getting help and refrain from excessive use. ...Read more
Frequent stomach/liver region & lower abdominal pains with bloating aprox 2yrs now, worse with alcohol, not gluten or h.pylori related. Likely causes?
Could be gallbladder: Simple testing would tell. Family history??Get a more detailed answer ›
38, male. Hi there, I've been having burning pain and bloating mid abdomen for 3 weeks. Dexilant (dexlansoprazole) for 2 weeks, no h pylori. What next? No alcohol 2 wks
Abdominal bloating: There are lots of reasons (some quite concerning) for abdominal discomfort /bloating, but not all of them are due to the GI tract. Also, functional syndromes may be present without underlying inflammation or structural pathology. Check with your doctor for examination ; treatment options, particularly since your problem seems to be ongoing. ...Read more
Everytime I eat even a little I get extremely full n remain for for over 6hrs along with extreme bloating :( ?
See a doctor: Your weight gain and bloating may be second-rate to a disease or because you eat too much. Your doctor is one of the best resources you have in figuring out which of the two it is. You need to see a doctor so that a more thorough history and physical examination can be done. This will be the most important aspect of determining how you can lose weight. ...Read more
I'm taking a mixture of diurex, lax, and hydroxycut max for women and I'm experiencing extreme bloating that is painful. What's wrong + what do I do?
OB MD's advice: If you do not have Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (Pre-eclampsia) as per your OB MD, then there is no magic pill that will decrease pregnancy bloating. Many pregnant women have had excellent success with exercise classes geared specifically to them and a balanced nutritional diet. Make sure you run this by your treating OB MD for his/her advice as well. ...Read more
GI doctor: Most bloating is related to problems with the GI tract. Start there although a family doctor is generally an excellent option for this symptom. ...Read more
Needs evaluation.: It's difficult to tell whether your symptoms might be dietary in origin or they could be due to a serious problem such as intestinal obstruction. Depending upon the underlying cause of your symptoms, they could represent an emergency. You should go to an emergency medical facility immediately. ...Read more
Doubtful: It is doubtful this caused your problem. ...Read more
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