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Relief From Bloating Due To Msg Consumption
Which food can be eaten with broccoli to avoid stomack swelling by gases resulting to ingestion of broccoli ?
Broccoli indigestion: Cabbage family veggies like broccoli can cause gas, especially if you're trying to eat them raw. Cooking until just tender may prevent this problem. If not, fennel and cardamom seeds may help -- also eating a small amount of fermented foods like kefir or kombucha at the beginning of meals. These provide healthy bacteria. You may also have gerd that needs treatment! http://tinyurl.Com/qfqn3x7. ...Read more
Having pain due to intestinal gas, not able to pass gas due to constipation. No reduction in mild pain even after taking medication for gas.Whattodo?
Take OTC for gas: Absorption, and watch diet. Simethicone liquid or chewables can help reduce the gas by just adhering to the bubbles formed. Whatever food gave you gas, may be the culprit, and what you need to avoid eating net time. Ranitidine is not for gas, only for stomach acid, and whatever caused your diet to start producing gas, is why you must identify the foods you ate prior to this meal. ...Read more
Being lactose intolerant, can you get diarrhea 24 hours after ingesting dairy (cheese)? Or could it be dehydration resulting from high temperatures?
Can switching from eating lots of junk food to eating healthy foods can that cause stomach pains like bellybutton pain abdomen pain ?
Fatty foods: Fatty foods are the most common culprit. ...Read more
Could long term use of prilosec (3yrs) be the cause of erosive gastritis? due to not having enough acid vs. to much & therefore also cause gastritis.
Not likely: It is not likely that the Prilosec is associated with erosive gastritis. It is possible that a behavior,e.g. nonsteroidals, smoking, alcohol may have been continued, in spite of being on Prilosec - which was the risk factor. Prilosec, a proton pump inhibitor, is used to treat erosive gastritis, albeit at higher doses. ...Read more
Gas: When belching is related to food, it is usually from drinking carbonated beverages, eating gassy foods, eating too quickly, drinking through a straw, chewing gum, or sucking on candies (resulting in swallowing air). If you don't eat much food but still do one of the above, you can still experience severe belching. ...Read more
Stop intaking: You probably have some acid indigestion or reflux, such as gerd. Maybe even an ulcer. The first treatment of all these conditions is avoidance of the triggers and alcohol is certainly in that category. Stop the beer "intake" for now and see a dr. For an evaluation. Goodluck. ...Read more
Can damage from a past eating disorder cause inability to handle alcohol? One or two drinks with food and vomit bile - related or something else?
In most cases, yes: An elimination diet is an effective way of avoiding allergic reactions to foods. However, your physician should ascertain that you are allergic. A positive skin or blood test for allergy is not enough. You also need to have a suffered a reaction that correlates with that test (for instance developing hives when you eat peanuts). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Less alcohol.: Seriously, even though our culture encourages alcohol use a lot, its still toxic. Too much drinking causes more trouble individually and societally than you can imagine, including some of your symptoms. If you have a hangover, don't drink more alcohol. This just prolongs the body cleaning out. Try OTC products that sooth tummies, or maybe just a cherry coke. ...Read more
Please could you list common food chemical sensitivities for me, e.G. Msg.Ongoing non diagnosis IBS symptoms & feeling full/nausea. Trying to eliminate stuf?
See a DR: Have you been checked for mononucleosis (mono)? Get a precise diagnosis. Forget about "chemical sensitivities" which is a term used by ignorant people to steal money from other ignorant people. Forget about ginger ; thistle: save your money. Enlarged spleen should not be ignored. It is probably serious. ...Read more
Is tiredness from excessive alcohol partly due to low blood sugar?
If so, can it be alleviated by taking glucose tablets?
Alcohol & blood suga: Tiredness resulting from excessive alcohol is due to a number of factors, including dehydration and the sedating affects of the alcohol. Alcohol consumption can wreak havoc with blood sugar, causing it to be too high and/or too low. Either of which can cause a person to feel tired. Individuals with diabetes often feel better if they avoid alcohol intake altogether or in strict moderation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How to tell if abdominal bloating (lower stomach) is due to gas or fluid buildup? Causes? No other symptoms
Probably gas: At this age fluid build up is unlikely unless you have some serious illness. See your local pharmacist something for gas. If symptoms persist see your doctor.I hope this helps. If you still have any concern about this contact me on my Virtual Practice at www.healthtap.com/dryetimyan ...Read more
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