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Gas In The Body Symptoms
Can't store protein: Unlike carbohydrates and fat, there is no storage form in the body for proteins. Proteins are either incorporated into tissues or they are eliminated. However there are conditions in the body such as amyloidosis which involve abnormal deposition of misfolded proteins; these can cause a variety of problems including heart failure and kidney failure. ...Read more
Premenstrual syndrome.What are the physical manifestations.Is bloating in abdomen and fluid retention in body one of it?
It can be: Please see your gyn, your gyn can get you on meds to help with your symptomes and to make sure nothing else is going on. ...Read more
Salmonella: Possible Salmonella symptoms include: diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea (which may be bloody), musculoskeletal aches & pains, fever, chills & headaches. If Salmonella enters the blood stream it can cause endocarditis (infection involving heart), Osteomyelistis (bone infection) & infection of brain/ spinal cord (meningitis). Salmonella can sometimes be fatal. ...Read more
Is vomiting and diarrhea are symptoms of period or pregnancy? And also pain in all parts of body?
Could you please describe the life cycle of tuberculosis bacilli in the body and the ways in which they spread?
See below: The answer would not fit in the space allotted. Please visit this site for information. http://www.cdc.gov/TB/ ...Read more
What is the disorder of the gall bladder for which the symptoms are vommiting nausea and pain in epigastric region?
What are the major symptoms of gallbladder stones and does any of the symptoms include muscular pains in the arms and legs and diarrhea?
Pain right abdomen: The gallbladder is under your liver in the right upper abdomen. Symptoms of a bad gallbladder start with pain after eating, nausea, evolve to vomiting, fever and serious illness. Diarrhea and muscle pains are not typical, unless you are quite advanced with serious gallbladder illness. Okay to get checked out if you have fever and/or vomiting. ...Read more
Does the composition of blood change as it passes through different parts of the body (e.g. the intestines and the lungs)?
Would a trapped nerve in the left shoulder cause seizure like symptoms in the right side of the body ?
Pressure in the chest&trapped gases in the stomach. After eating, ruq swells&stiffens food comes up with burp to release the pressure what could that b
Bloating: Your symptoms may be due to gall nladder disease. Schedule an appointment with your doctor for a possible ultrasound of the gall bladder. ...Read more
22 mo old daughter with sudden fever of 102. No symptoms other than body aches and excessive gas. Fever lasted less than 24hrs. Still has gas. ?
Fever and flatus: Flatus (gas) is caused by all kinds of things the most likely of which is swallowed air due to excessive crying. Give this time and as long as she is having no other issues, let this resolve on its own. There is really not much else that can and needs to be done unless there is something else going on that you have not mentioned. ...Read more
What do these symptoms refer to? Increase thirst and hunger, urinating a lot, low body temp, increased heartbeat randomly, lightheaded, constipated+gas
18 Year old male. symptoms that are troubling me such as Throat Discomfort, Night Sweats on my legs not too sweaty. , Frequent Bowel Movement, Gas, Dry Eyes, and nerve pain tingling throughout body. Random Hot Spots. Thyroid test came fine. ?
Gas production: I am assuming flatus and burping, the gas has to be produced by one of three things: 1. Activity by bacteria usually in colon multiple u tube videos showing this 2. Swallowing the air during the act of eating or chewing 3. Inserting gas into body there is no adverse effects as long as it passes naturally most people pass flatus approximately 14 x a day. ...Read more
Gas bubble: It is confined to the gastrointestinal tract. Contrary to several myths, it does not travel to your chest or brain!! ...Read more
Releasing a lot of gas but going to the toilet rarely. Please help. Symptoms ongoing for 2 weeks?
See below: Normal bowel function should occur every day. If not, consider increasing fresh fruits, vegetables, fiber in diet. May need to replenish friendly bacteria with use of probiotics or yogurt. Put self on schedule--have exercise, warm breakfast and then time in AM to have bowel function. If not successful, see MD. ...Read more
Need more info: There are many causes of excessive flatus, the most common chronic causes simply being drinking carbonated drinks followed by lactose intolerance, ingestion of beans or sulfa containing foods, etc. There are many other causes, most of which are benign and can be corrected through dietary modifications; a few causes are serious, and if you are worried, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gas exchange: Biochemistry & Physiology requires it to stay alive ...Read more
Connected: Everything's connected. Hormone changes and chemical changes [like prostaglandins] can cause pms. They can also cause changes in our digestion. Women with irritable bowel [ibs] and inflammatory bowel disease [crohn's, ulcerative colitis] sometimes notice more diarrhea, less digestion/more gassiness right before and during their periods. Also PMS cravings can inspire us to eat gas-causing foods too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
eyes: Tear gases are irritants with some acidic components causing striking irritation and tear secretion in response to the irritation. They are not dissimilar to getting pepper spray in the eyes. These have the capacity to disturb vision and put the victim out of commission. There is no effect of these on the rest of the body and most are short term with no long term problems on the eyes. ...Read more
What's the cause?: Flatulence neither localizes your problem to the small or large bowel, nor indicate severity or cause. You have described a gut that may be dysfunctional--but is this due to infection, sibo, motility problems, inflammation, ibs, ischemic disease, maldigestion, sphincter problem, etc.? How long have your symptoms lasted, is there accompanying fever, bleeding, vomiting, tenderness? Help w/more info. ...Read more
No: There are no known specific causes of diverticulitis. Diet does not seem to play a role. A high fiber diet is recommended though not proven beneficial. The commonly heard advice to avoid small undigestible foods (such as nuts and seeds) because they may theoretically become lodged in a diverticulum is completely unproven and is probably little more than an old wives' tale. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get pains that last a few seconds by my appendix area a few times a week. Its sharp but doesn't last long. That's my only symptom.Gas or appendix?
YES!: Bloating, belching, heartburn, and fullness can be the signs of many GI disorders. Gallbladder disease, ulcers, wheat allergy (celiac disease), gastritis, poor stomach emptying, partial blockage of the bowels, tumors, or other GI problems are all possible. See your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
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