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Spicy Food Yesterday
Ate some extremely spicy food yesterday and today. And when I pooped today my anus burned for a little bit. Is this normal?
It is probably: The same chemicals that causes sensation of spiciness that is causeing perianal irritation. If it persists, you should consult with your doctor to make sure that it is nothing more serious. ...Read more
Had symptoms of gastritis, took Prevacid (lansoprazole) and felt better, had spicy food yesterday and now symptoms are back, normal? Sharp pains, no N/V/D, back pain...
Hi, ate lots of spicy foods yesterday and now I'm bleeding when I poop. Blood is bright red. What should I avoid eating? Can I still go to the gym?
Hi so I have been having a lot of spicy food and yesterday hours after having the food I puked up I started sweating and going dizzy?
Food poisoning: Not related to spices or capsaicin.Get a more detailed answer ›
All this started when I ate very spicy food last week. The bleeding was for a bowel movement. Unfortunately I took spicy food again yesterday and bled?
Needs evaluatiom: Spicy food can cause irritation when the poop is passed. It should not cause bleeding. So if you have bleeding, you should have that checked out by your family doctor, even when it only occurs after eating spicy food. ...Read more
Can clitoral masturbation cause UTI? Pain morning after foreplay with husband. Also had a lot of spicy food and coffee yesterday.
Urethra: The urethral opening is right below the clitoris. Yes, manual or oral stimulation can irritate the urethra and introduce an infection. The infection might be local only. It can ascend into the bladder. The remedy is high fluid intake, frequent bladder voiding, urine analysis if symptoms persist, sitz baths. ...Read more
I had fever yesterday and had temperature of 37.1 degree. I also had diarrhoea yesterday due to the spicy food. It continued today. What's wrong?
Mild fever: It is likely 1 of 2 things, a stomach bug or a reaction to the food. Keep yourself well hydrated and see a doctor if you get worse. All the best. ...Read more
I have yellow thing in my eye Nothing happened, yesterday I ate spicy food That made me go on runs everytime I eat last time. Today I got them, Help?
See md: Please go see a doctor if you have not improved. You may need additional testing or medication. ...Read more
Dear doctor I have been having painful throat for a week now. So far I thought it is normal sore throat and so was doing some home remedies but yesterday it aggravated especially after eating spicy food (which I normally eat). In addition to painful swal
Get seen: The most common cause for new sore throat is a viral infection, but worsening after a week may be concerning. You should have the throat examined as you may need an appropriate medication. Casein in food will exacerbate pain from inflammation from any cause and fits with your overall story. ...Read more
Spicy foods: If you don't get heart burn you should be fien. Some spices are good for heart health and some are good for others. If they don't bother you with symptoms, you should be okay. Etremes of anythign is not good ewither so eat in balanced manner. ...Read more
Dysmenorrhea Tx:: Do you always have bad cramps? Consider warm bath, heating pad, exercise & acupuncture for dysmenorrhea. Avoid caffeine, chocolate, alcohol & salt. Get GYN eval to R/O underlying pathology if this is a pattern for you. Consider omega- 3 fatty acids, magnesium (supplementation or through diet) or Black Cohosh with dr ok. Sipping Chamomile can dissipate pain. If you have continued pain with > ...Read more
It depends: It depends on what spices you're talking about. Some, especially turmeric, garlic, and such, have good antioxidant properties to fight damage from free radicals in your body. Peppers containing capsaicin may help with pain & other things. Http://www. Naturalnews. Com/037520_capsaicin_health_weight_control. Html using these depends on your taste and the tolerance of your digestive system. ...Read more
Indigestion: Some can experience indigestion with spicy foods. Symptoms vary but include discomfort or burning in the upper abdomen, upset stomach (nausea), vomiting, or burping -- all of which can increase with stress. If you know yours is associated with spicy foods, don't eat so much of them! Eat more slowly; drink fluids after rather than during meals. Ginger or peppermint tea may soothe your stomach. ...Read more
Would eating spicy food, such as indian, shorten the duration of a cold? I always seem to feel better within a day or so after.
Moderation and...: Are you referring to exacerbation of gerd (acid reflux) with spicy food? If so, try acid reducer medicines (h2 blockers and proton pump inhibitors) and moderate your intake of spicy, greasy foods, mints, alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, fizzy drinks. If spicy foods are worsening irritable bowel syndrome symptoms, consider available probiotics, fiber supplements, ask our doctor about antispasm drugs. ...Read more
Stress eating spicy:
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deanna m. Minich, phd, cn, author of chakra foods for optimum health told us what the five top food cravings say about your emotions. ...Read more
Sodium channels: The physiology of spices is intriguing. These open channels in little nerves. ...Read more
Form past few days I am suffering from high ass pain and I have taken very spicy food from past a week so this pain is due to spicy food?
Yes: Spicy food is very acidic and can cause burning in the rectum region. If you have hemorhoids, that can aggrevate the situation. Hydrate self well and it should resolve. ...Read more
Chilled or spicy food or just chilliwhen I eat em and then in the time of toilet its burning my body and secret parts while doing1 and 2no. What to do?
Not reallhy: Spicy foods can trigger rosacea affecting the eyes. They have been reported to cause bags under eyes, but this is not been proven scientifically. So they do not hurt the eyes directly. Spice saffron although not spicy has been shown in studies to improve macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa. ...Read more
Monitoring Centers: Lymphatic system absorbs/carries things too big to go into the arteries/veins like bacteria eaten by white cells/digested food. Lymph nodes "taste" the lymph everywhere for bad stuff like bacteria/viruses/cancers, etc. When it detects a problem, it alerts the immune system and your body reacts. They enlarge in response to the inflammation they create when they react. They shrink when all is well. ...Read more
Normal variation: There is nothing wrong with you. We all react differently to common stimuli. ...Read more
Yes: You can eat whatever you want, if it doesn't bother you. ...Read more
Yes. Normal: You are not going to like the answer - avoid hot or spicy food. ...Read more