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Maybe nothing but...: Taken together, your symptoms suggest a potentially dysfunctional gut. This may reflect autonomic dysfunction, inflammation, infection, gynecologic issues/pregnancy, even a bladder infection. Irritable bowel syndrome also has to be considered. Some simple testing and a physical exam should help answer your question and define what treatment is appropriate. ...Read more
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Hello dr. I'm having some kidney pains and feeling of gas in my lower area. It feels like i always have to pass gas even when it doesn't come out.?
But one very common one is irritable bowel. The gas feeling is one of the key features of this disorder of bowel spasm.
NOt serious, very treatable.
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No: The average adult passes flatus about twelve times each day. Most people know that certain foods promote intestinal gas, which is the result of digestion ; actions of intestinal bacteria. Those who have lactose intolerance reduce gas by stopping milk. Upper intestinal gas is reduced with simethicone. If digestive enzymes are faulty a doctor and studies are needed to study this type of problem. ...Read more
Doubtful: Gas in the shoulder is not usual and not a usual description of anything I can think of. See your dr. To get a proper history and physical exam. Good luck. ...Read more
I haven't passed gas since my hysterectomy surgery yesterday. Any ways that I can get helpful tips on how to pass gas.
My friend told me that because of fracking for natural gas in my area my well water is like 99% dihydrogen monoxide! Is this dangerous?
Your friend is playing a joke on you.
Dihydrogen monoxide is a nonstandard way to name water. H2o.
It has nothing to do with fracking, only a friend's pranking. ...Read more
I sleep on floor using a comforter and recently having bad back pains, which I suspect due gas but my friends say it is due to cold n sleepin on floor
Back pains: Could be either. Have a checkup with your pcp to be at ease. ...Read more
Food Diary: Many foods can cause increased intestinal gas. There are also some malabsorption conditions that can cause increase gas and bloating. You should consider keeping a food diary for a week to see if a pattern emerges. If you are experiencing discomfort see your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
Probably not: Most exposure to this chemical occurs in swimming pools which always emit a little chlorine. The effect is to irritate and redden the eyes but will not cause permanent change. So lifeguards, who do this daily will not have an effect on eyesight. If you get a serious high exposure from for instance an industrial source, your lungs will more likely suffer than your eyes. ...Read more
When I sleep on my left side I find I get really bad gas on my right side. When I turn, I can pass it. Why?
Easy answer!: Think of a glass of soda--fizz rises to the top, right? This happens with air in your gut. As you see from colon anatomy, there is a left (descending) & right (ascending) part of the colon. Turning onto your left side allows right colon to fill with air (the "bad gas" you're experiencing); turning onto your right side moves gas to left colon which permits easy passage of it thru the rectum nearby. ...Read more
I have a lot of gas in my chest cavity. Have minor pain from it. Is it ok to take gas x every day. Is there anything better to help with the gas?
Checkup: Mylanta is helpful for both gaseous discomfort and relief of hyperacidity. Gaviscon is effective for prevention of gaseous discomfort. If symptoms persist I recommend a visit to a gastroenterologist to make sure that the symptoms are digestive and if so, to evaluate for causes and treatment. ...Read more
As u can see from my med hist. &my previous questions I have an undiagnosed pain condition. I've just noticed that faeces&/gas make my pain a bit worse?
FIBROMYALGIA : If the mri and labs are normal you may have fibromyalgia . You need a full exam and repeat labs. (LYME/VITD/VITB12/Folic acid) A large percentage of patients with Fibromyalgia have IBS. Start a gluten free diet WholeApproach.com and gutbliss. Com Focus on hydration 60-80oz water/dy. Vitamin regimen at rejuvenation-science.com. MEDS: SAVELLA/CYMBALTA/LYRICA. ...Read more
Wash: Wash it off with soap and water and run hands under the water for a few minutes ...Read more
See ur doctor: "Gas pains" can also be symptoms of other treatable causes such as ulcers, poor stomach emptying, hernias, poor biting (ill-fitting dentures or malocclusion of teeth), gut allergies (not necessarily manifest by hives), pancreas or gall bodden problems, etc — if persistent would recommend seeing ur doctor, even if initially responding to antacids/simethicone/anti-gas charcoal, or omeprazole ...Read more
I eat a very high fiber diet. Will this make the bag explode if I have too much gas in my system?
Think I have gas in my back. I can't breathe right, feels like something is moving. Not painful but very uncomfortable. What should I do?
Have dr check it out: Time to see your doctor to have it evaluated further. If there is a hernia, cyst or some other structure present, they can do an ultrasound to see what it could be before it gets larger, and painful. It could be nothing, or it could be something. In either case, it needs to be examined physically, documented, and measured. Then, you and your doctor can go from there. ...Read more
I am having realizing air (gas) from my body. It gives me pain from my head to my spine. I also got surgery in my head do to porktape worms?
Translator please: Please have someone help you rephrase your question. It's very hard to understand what your actual question is. ...Read more
About 30 min after wakeing up this morning I felt like I had gas in my chest area and my heart started to beat fast only for a few min what is this?
I mainly suffer from gas in my stomach I don't eat oily things then also gas accumulate in my stomach. And due to this I can't do proper potty? Helpme
Recurrent gassiness: Feeling gassy may reflect stress, but consider malabsorption (of gluten, lactose, etc.), intake of poorly digested food, or consumption of gas promoters (beans, fizzy drinks). Sometimes its more complicated--a stomach emptying too slowly, bacterial overgrowth syndrome, delayed intestinal function, partial obstruction from any cause, infection, rectum problems, non-gi issues. Try low fod-map diet. ...Read more
I have gas under my ribs on the right side of my body. Its excruciating and it hurts to move and walk and every deep breath is death. Been there 5days?
Please define: "Gas" under the breast would be a major life-threatening infection so I'm guessing it's something else. Feelings of gas or bubbles could be your stomach (either in a normal location or possibly in your chest with a hiatal hernia) or possibly your lung rubbing against your chest. I would suggest seeing your doctor if it continues. ...Read more
Maybe you do!: Maybe you don't. We don't have enough information to give you decent guidance. Ask again and tell us how long you have been having fullness, bloating or pain and if it is constant. Also add if you have other symptoms, like fever, diarrhea, constipation. Keep your answer brief but complete. Include your medications, including supplements, and medical conditions in your profile first, too. ...Read more
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