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Nausea Caused By Gas
No: But having a bowel movement will! limit your oral intake to fluids and take some milk of magnesia 1 tbsp every 12 hrs until you have evacuated. Avoid caffeine and alcohol. Can also use glycerine suppositories(otc) or a fleet enema (sodium bisphosphate) if you feel like there is stool in your rectum. ...Read more
Yes: Especially in children. Many food allergies can be outgrown with maturing immune and gastrointestinal systems. Most patients with diarrhea don't have a true food allergy (involving immune system response) as the cause. Diarrheas may be due to digestive issues (e.g. Celiac sprue), intolerance, malabsorption (e.G lactose), infection (bacterial, viral, parasitic), inflammatory, irritable bowel. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No simple answer: Whether Metoclopramide (reglan) will help you depends on the cause of your pain. Metoclopramide is a drug that helps people who have delayed emptying of the stomach (especially diabetics with "gastroparesis"), and other problems with bowel actiivity (including conditions that cause gas pains). But the drug can have side effects, and should only be tried if it is likely to be helpful. ...Read more
Yes, it can be.: Strongyloides infections when symptomatic can cause: abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, weight loss, cough, eosinophilic pneumonitis, rash (waist/ buttocks) & anemia. When people are immunocompromised that could become septic, develop shock, or other neurologic or pulmonary problems. ...Read more
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YES: Constipation results in a buildup of feces in your body, the bulk of which is bacteria, which produce gas as they digest the waste from your bowels. More stool=more bacteria=more gas, as you have noticed! more frequent bowel motions decrease the gas (and odor) so get on a good diet and use softeners--discuss with your doctor if you need help. ...Read more
Yes: Kidney's pathological states can be associated with abdominal pains. Eg. Utis, enlarging cysts, pkds. ...Read more
Possibly: Classic symptoms of gall bladder disease occur after eating a greasy meal precipitating right upper abdominal pain radiating around the right side to the back. Nausea and vomiting may also occur. However atypical symptoms may include nausea, belching,fullness in the front of the chest. An intestinal viral infection classically doesn't stir up gall bladder symptoms. ...Read more
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