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Fish Made Me Release Gas
Explosive gas, dio or mucus every time eat fish - oily and white, frozen and fresh. Best to cut out of diet or better to eat and put up with symptoms?
Gallbladder support: There are two answers. 1. The fish oil you are consuming may be rancid or processed poorly. 2. Bile is produced in the liver and stored in the gallbladder. One of bile's functions is to assist fat absorption. Bile is released when fat is detected in the upper GI tract. Insufficient gall-bladder function or bile production may lead to gas or burping as the fat is not fully absorbed. ...Read more
Taking Omega3 (plant not fish) and Red Rice Yeast, as per dr for high cholestrol. Experiencing gas, bloating, heartburn and constipation. Which is more likely culprit?
Either one could be: The culprit. Try stopping one for two weeks and see. Then stop the other if you still have gas. Good luck. ...Read more
Constant gas preventing regular bowel movements and causing distension. Sensitive to many foods. Eating mainly fruit, salads, fish, chicken and eggs?
Gas - bowels:
You should bring this to the attention of your doctor. Almost certainly she/he will take a medical history, examine you, and order labs.
Relax a bit - things will get better soon! ...Read more
Belch: The best way to release gas from your stomach is to belch. It is also important to try not to swallow air. You shouldn't drink with straws, out of bottles, avoid sodas, avoid eating too fast and washing food down with liquid. If you are speaking about intestinal gas you should avoid gas forming foods such as broccoli, beans, fiber, dried fruits, salads, etc. ...Read more
Question not clear: I'm not sure what you are asking...If you're not releasing it naturally, how are you releasing it? ...Read more
It's all in the diet: If you search you can find checklists for dealing with this condition, which is called flatulence. Basically, any food that is difficult to digest, like beans, cabbage family, nuts, can cause gas as can drinking any beverage that has bubbles, chewing gum, or smoking. Change your diet first. If this doesn't help, consider taking probiotics, using Simethicone or activated charcoal. ...Read more
Exam: Get examined to determined the cause of the gas accumulation. Get an abdominal ultrasound and also use simethicone (Gas-X or Phazyme 125) tablets or Beano to reduce symptoms until seen and evaluated ...Read more
What can I do to avoid having continual gas release? Embarrasing situation......Don't like going out in public often
Have you tried an over the counter anti-gas medication like gas-x or beano. If not, this may help. In additon, please note that a common cause of gas and bloating is lactose intolerance (inablility to digest dairy products). I recommend eliminating dairy products (milk, yogurt, cheese etc.) for 2 weeks and monitor for improvement. Please see your doctor if the problem persists.
Good luck. ...Read more
Crunches: Abdominal crunches are best for you.Get a more detailed answer ›
Why is it that gas releases too much every time after I masturbate? Iam able to feel the pricking in my chest
Confusing: Passing gas would not be related to masturbation so I think that is coincidental. If you are saying that you feel chest pain after masturbation then you should schedule a visit with your primary care doctor. Chest pain must be taken seriously. I am not sure exactly what you mean by pricking in the chest though. ...Read more
I can't release gas while sitting on a chair or bed. While standing I have got to make an effort to release gas. What this problem is called?
Motility problem: Since gas depends on intestinal movement, anything that slows the intestine may make it harder to pas gas. Examples of this problem are irritable bowel syndrome/constipation predominant; taking medications that slow the gut, such as Lomotil, (diphenoxylat and atropine) Elavil, and Atropine; or bowel damage from chronic laxative use. ...Read more
I have adbominal pain, gas, burps, no appetite. After gas is released, the pain disappears. Taken clarythrominin, amoxilin, and omeprazol...?
Not sure: Have you had a gastric emptying study? If you have a slow to empty stomach, this can often have these symptoms. Patients with severe gerd often swallow a lot of air. This distension will feel better when released. Otherwise, it may be irritable bowel syndrome. See a GI doctor. ...Read more
Pneumoturia: Seek urologic evaluation if this is occurring ...Read more
Once in a while I'll get an excruciating pain in the rectum & It'll hurt to bend over. It kind of feels like trapped gas that won't release. Help?
Not enough detail: Could be sphincter spasm, nerve irritation, gas, etc. Questions to think about-Does it happen after certain foods? Certain times of day? Month? After specific activities? Is there sig. anxiety (can spasm sphincter)? Is there sacral/pelvic musculoskeletal dysf.? A good history & physical, incl. Osteopathic hands-on exam may help find cause. Tests may be needed. Manipulation, meds, food avoidance may be needed ...Read more
Carbonated drink: Swallow some carbonated drink like selzer.Get a more detailed answer ›
How come when I took Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) generic (Instant release) with fish oil together made me feel less concentrated, fatigued, forgetful, and vagued???
Apanasana: (Pawanmuktasana) This site will give you 14 poses to help with GI function: http://www. Health. Com/health/gallery/0, 20737691, 00.html ...Read more
Just released from hospital had a hysterectomy and unable to add gas surgery was 4 days ago how an I get gas relief?
Call your surgeon: Passing as and having good bowel function is very important after surgery, as the anesthesia itself can cause some bowel issues. Some surgeons will not let you leave without being able to have a BM or at the least pass gas. You do not want this to turn into a bowel issue that could lead to more serious complications. Best for you to call the surgeon and get treated as they know your case best. ...Read more
I can't release gas or burp when leaning back on my chair or driving. Only when I sit straight up or standing. Not sure why.
May be physiological: Belch is triggered by pressure within stomach, and you may be better able to exert belly pressure when not back-constrained. The? Is why you would need to belch, if frequent, and whether there is delayed stomach emptying or underlying reflux (GERD). Consider GI doc if red flags e.g. nausea, weight loss, anemia, vomit, pain, inability to swallow. Happy to consult further. Tried simethicone? ...Read more
Belching problem after eating which causes me palpatations which go away when the gas is released, usually at night after eating when I lie down.
Really just gas?: There are lots of reasons for gassiness & bloating, & not all of them are due to the GI tract. Even "functional" syndromes may be present without underlying "disease." however psbo (paralyzed gut) due to metabolic & inflammatory conditions nearby (like an untreated infection of gyne or urinary tract) must be considered. See doctor, esp. If no relief from otc simethicone, beano, & dietary changes. ...Read more
Indigestion: You may have indigestion. Take an antacid like Tums or milk of magnesia, (magnesium hydroxide) that may help relieve the gas also. Be sure to drink 6-8 glasses of water daily and increase the fiber in your diet with whole grains, brown rice, fruits like peaches, apples and bananas. ...Read more
When I push down on my stomach, it feels and sounds like gas bubbles being released. Is this normal?
Yes: Your stomach can have air in it from swallowed air or air released from foods. That's why you burp sometimes. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
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