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Indigestion And Flatulence
I get indigestion problem and lot of flatulence when my stomach is not completely empty and this increases 3 folds in presence of people around me?
Listen to your body: Generally when a problem increases in social situation the trigger is something happening in that situation. If increased use of alcohol is a factor when people are around pay attention to adverse effects of alcohol. If anxiety is increased around people learn relaxation techniques. The book the will power instinct by kelly mcgonigal is very helpful for learninghow to make healthyful changes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a perforated appendix removed 2 years ago - was quite sick - have since suffered irregular painful periods, recurring ovarian cysts, bloating, abdominal pain and discomfort, indigestion and full feeling, flatulence - any connection?
It might: A gynecology condition like endometriosis can sometimes be found on an appendix. Check with surgical pathology report if endometriosis was found in the specimen. Endometriosis can be associated with some of your symptoms. However, given that are 50, you may be better served with a multidisciplinary approach--seeing your gyn, pcp and GI docs for counseling. Make sure you had a colonoscopy also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Excess flatulence, bloating, feeling of indigestion, burping for a month... What could ite? I'm 24
Bloated stomach for 3 days, waves of nausea, flatulence, loss if appetite. Had diahrea and was vomiting but subsided. Also have heartburn/indigestion?
Suggestion for flatulence dyspepsia , anxiety and missing heart rythm which doctor do you suggest I should see?
Gastro: Need a gastro enterologist evaluation advisable.Get a more detailed answer ›
Dyspepsia: If you know for sure flatulence/dyspepsia is something that causes your arrhythmia, then you should focus on treating this condition. Identify and avoid foods known to cause/aggravate your dyspepsia/flatulence. There are certain medications that may also help, such as simethicone. Eat smaller and more frequent meals and make sure you drink plenty of fluids, preferably water to flush yourself well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fatigue, queasy, feeling flushed, pressure feeling in lower right ab. passing gas, no appetite, Indigestion. no fever. ?
Fatigue, queasy, feeling flushed, pressure feeling in lower right ab. passing gas, no appetite, Indigestion. no fever. Been on and off for 3 months
Needs thorough: History and evaluation . It could be many things. Please see your doctor. ...Read more
Pressure release: If you seem to consistently experience relief of heartburn after passing gas, there are a few possibilities. Most likely, the decrease in intra-abdominal pressure with flatulence may decrease compression on the stomach, decreasing reflux volume and acid exposure in the lower esophagus. This acidic reflux material causes the sensation of heartburn. Not a common correlation, but certainly plausible. ...Read more
I am experiencing heartburn and left chest pain followed by burping & passing gas. Could this just be indigestion or something more serious?
I am experiencing passing gas, nausea (severity: mild) , heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: bending forward, eating certain foods, lying flat) , abdom...It's hard to eat and sleep.
Gastroenterologist: A gastroenterologist is best qualified to evaluate and treat you. Appropriate tests will be ordered in order to make a diagnosis. Possibilities include lactose or gluten intolerance as well as a hiatus hernia with reflux.In the meantime keep note of what foods trigger symptoms, don't go to bed with food in your stomach, sleep with your chest elevated higher than your abdomen, take prilosec,mylanta ...Read more
I'm passing gas (a little), heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating certain foods)&bloating (only at night. relatively flat stomach in the morning/afternoon).Im on 40mg pantoprazole and domperione for a week. no more burning but still bloated. ?
Bloated: Try some probiotics for one week and then as needed ...Read more
Possible options: Elevate head of bed, avoid tight clothes that cinch the abdomen, avoid meals late at night, wait at least 3 hrs after a meal to lie down, eat smaller meals, maintain a healthy body weight, avoid smoking, avoid alcohol, coffee, tea, caffeine & carbonated beverages. Try acupuncture, hypnosis, ginger tea, relaxation exercises. See if specific foods are triggers such as chocolate, corn, fried foods, ...Read more
Belching;farting;heartburn& pain under left breast bone around the back. What is the best treatment for this?
Treatment: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
I am having trouble digesting anything i eat lately. What food will make digesting OTC easier and cause less indigestion and gas pains?
Digestion: You likely lack enzymes necessary to digest the food. I have no vested interest in this product but do recommend "digest extra" sold at the vitamin shoppe. It has all the enzymes your body needs for food breakdown and usually does the trick. ...Read more
Student in india.Have indigestion and gas problems.My body pains a lot everytime. I am 20 and 172 CM and 74 kgs.Plz some advice i can implement daily.
Go see your doctor: As an american trained doctor, I have no idea what is available with(out) prescription in india. Best that you chat w/your local doc. Start by looking here http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/indigestion/ds01141 and then looking in your grocery store (that's where we sell non-prescription medications). Or ask your pharmacist for options. Because you're already taking meds, best to talk to your doc. ...Read more
Fizz makes you burp: A full stomach needs to empty. When its air that fills you up, esp. If soda is caffeinated, the lower esophageal sphincter relaxes & allows you to burp. In so doing, other stomach contents including acid may get burped up as well. Read other healthtap answers regarding diet & behavior to minimize heartburn. If you belch a lot cut back on caffeinated & fizzy drinks, coffee, & avoid air swallowing. ...Read more
GERD home remedies: Avoid foods & behavior that delay stomach emptying &/or relax the lower esophageal sphincter--spicy, greasy food, mints, alcohol, tobacco, chocolate, tomato-based products, caffeinated & fizzy drinks, eating before bedtime. Lose weight. Elevate head of bed on blocks. Use otc acid blockers for relief (h2's: tagamet, zantac, (ranitidine) pepcid; ppi's: prilosec, prevacid, zegerid). See a GI doctor if persistent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer