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Stomach Burns After Eating Oranges
My friend has stomach burns after eating and when he uses the bathroom it hurts him to go poop he's had this for 3 days now so I'm worries thanks! (:?
I would have him: Tell his parents, or caretakers and see doctor for evaluation and treatment ...Read more
For about a month now I have had pain in the general stomach area about 45 minutes to an hour after eating. It burns but nothing ever comes out.?
I have had stomach issues with food intolerances. I took gluten out if my diet and feel better, but if I drink orange juice, it burns immediately?
Acid reflex?: Regardless of the gluten issue, orange juice is more acidic than other non citrus juices. Try to balance your diet with more alkali producing foods such as vegetables than acid producing such as meats and other processed foods. Probiotics may be of value also. Your GP can suggest test for H pylori bacteria, a frequent cause of stomach issues, and give treatment if indicated. Feel better ...Read more
Stomach symptoms 6 weeks after food poisoning continuing. Doc says IBS. Noticed light orange mucusy on toilet paper, barely anything comes out. Blood?
Possibly: If you bring a specimen (just a smear will do) to your doctor it can be checked for blood very quickly. ...Read more
Why does the top of my stomach hurt and burn for hours after eating at night, cant sleep, peeing alot. Indigestion? Will pepto help?
Reflux: Your stomach pain sounds a lot like gastroesophageal reflux where acid is leaking up into your esophagus from your stomach. Try to avoid eating in the 2 hours before you go to bed. There are several classes of medications available over the counter to help with those symptoms including peptobismol, famotidine, and the proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole. ...Read more
My stomach burns almost every day, dairy and milk helps put the "fire" out. And eating every few hours helps too. Heartburn?
Have U seen U PCP?: If u have not see your PCP for evaluation and if he can't treat u he can refer u to a GI physician for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Correlation?: I have no idea what the correlation is between a candy bar and the symptoms you describe. ...Read more
Mixed signals?: Perhaps the taste buds on the tongue are sending mixed signals to the brain, so that the cold, creamy, and sweet sensations of ice cream are being interpreted as a burning sensation. A primary care doctor or an ENT doctor can examine the tongue to see if there is a problem such as ulcers on the tongue, loss of taste buds, tongue inflammation, tongue cancer, etc... ...Read more
I have burning sensation is the chest, its burns while eating and when ever I take burps. Stomach boults and kills my hunger. Please advise?
Foul smelling urine, started itchy after urination, sometimes burns to pee after eating spicy foods?
Get checked.: You may have a urinary tract infection. Or you could have a yeast infection. Get checked and find out, you may need antibiotics. If you have had unprotected sex, you may also have an std. Let a doc sort it out and treat appropriately. Avoid fragrances in soaps, creams, lubricants, detergent, any harsh soap, all fabric softeners, and generic pads/panty liners, too these can cause irritation. ...Read more
Consider allergy?: Perhaps there can be some type of allergy you have with certain foods? My suggestion would be to keep a food diary of everything you eat along with how you feel after those meals. See if there is a correlation with certain foods you eat and your symptoms. You may find it could be something else you are eating as well! ...Read more
Everytime I finish eating, my stomach feels as though I'm full but burns like I'm still hungry. No matter how much I eat my stomach still burns.?
Prevent/Control LPR: LPR=laryngo-pharyngeal reflux. Avoid foods & behavior that delay stomach emptying &/or relax lower esophageal sphincter--spicy, fatty food (ice cream), mints, alcohol, tobacco, chocolate, tomato-based products, caffeinated & fizzy drinks, eating before bedtime. Lose weight. Elevate head of bed on blocks. Consider trying acid blockers for relief (H2-blockers or PPIs). See GI doctor if persists. ...Read more
After eating sherbert, my tongue and throat tingle a lot. It mildly burns but it's not painful, just weird. Is it just because it's cold?
Possibly: The sherbet, which is made with a lot of fruit juice, may also be acidic. That can cause a feeling of "burning", too. ...Read more
4 weeks postpartum, tongue and mouth burns after eating chips or things likes soda. Roof is also sore. What is causing this?
Burning mouth is: A difficult condition to diagnose/treat. Certainly it occurs after eating/drinking certain foods, but also occurs without these triggers. It is possible that your altered hormonal milieu following pregnancy is a factor. Other factors include dry mouth, nutritional deficiencies (B vitamins/iron/zinc), allergies, reflux, medications, etc. Problem may be with taste and sensory nerves. Start with ENT ...Read more
Pounding fast heart beat up to 140 after eating. Feels like I need to burp and burns. Can reflux cause this? Holter monitor says normal rhythm
Dull ache off n on in upper right abdominal and under lower rib area. Slightly increase after eating, other times not. Normal u/s. What's next step?
Ultrasound: A negative ultrasound of the right upper abdomen and chest x-ray usually rules out gall stones and liver disease as the causes of your discomfort which may be muscular. Sometimes sludge in the gall bladder is the culprit and it will not be seen on ultrasound. I recommend a consultation with a general surgeon if the discomfort continues to bother you. ...Read more
Need evaluation: "Stomach rumbling" can be caused by lots of things & may indeed originate outside the GI tract. Further evaluation is in order before anyone can answer "why" or what to do. Your doctor will want to examine you as well as know the quality, timing, duration, location, & associations (eating, position, activity, stooling, urinating). What you describe however may not be abnormal. ...Read more
You are alive:-): The digestion process is very complex, but it is marked by the movement of food through the stomach and the intestines. This is a process of contractions or squeezing of the hollow organs and the presence of substances created by the body causes growling sounds know as bms (bowel movements). It is normal. If you don't have pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation or bleeding don't worry. ...Read more
Why eat them then?: Specific food intolerances are common, but I can also think of lots of reasons why you may be experiencing an adverse reaction to a particular food or food group. My answer however becomes quite different if your stomach pain is limited to Cheetos or is generalized to other ingestants. ...Read more
Many possibilities..: Post-prandial abdominal pain might be caused by something as benign and simple as eating too much and/or too fast or might indicate an acid-peptic problem e.g. Gastritis, ulcer or gerd. Other considerations include irritable bowel syndrome or gallstones. If this is a recurrent problem then you should see your doctor. ...Read more
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