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Stomach Gurgling Causes
No: I don't believe the two are related, that is, unless the stomach gurgling wakes you up. ...Read more
Can green tea (with caffeine) cause stomach gurgling, gas, and stomach aches? After drinking it everyday for a couple days? Thought it would help me.
Drinking more than: 3 cups of green tea per day can lead to significant side effects for some. Overdose of Green Tea (usually extract) may lead to irritability, insomnia, irregular or rapid heart rate, muscle twitching, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, liver damage, trouble breathing, dizziness, fever, confusion, hallucinations, diuresis, seizures, loss of consciousness & even death. ...Read more
Yes: In many people.Get a more detailed answer ›
Nauseous and gurgling stomach. Began last weekend and got better during the week. Now seems to have returned on weekend. What could be the cause?
See your doctor: No way to tell without seeing you and running tests. You need to be thoroughly evaluated by a physician to determine exactly what is causing these symptoms. Since they have returned, it could be serious, therefore see your doctor asap. Better your doc tells you it's nothing major! ...Read more
Borborygmus is the : medical term for a rumbling sound made by propulsion of intestinal contents by peristalsis,smooth muscle contractions. It occurs in anyone 2 hours or > after a meal as a sign of hunger, in people who swallow air while eating & in people with various digestive disorders. A large meal increases borborygmi (plural) in folks with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Best not overeat to avoid obesity. ...Read more
When i lightly push on my stomach it makes gurgling noises. This is from all area of my stomach.What could cause this.Could it be Plan B side effects?
Doubtful: It's likely to be due to gas or air in your stomach. This is normal as gas travels through the intestinal tract. The severity of it's also varies greatly between person to person. If you do not have any pain or acid reflux it's is not of major concern. However if your symptoms get worse you could be seen by a physician for dyspepsia and to rule outs h pylori in your stomach. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, usually opposite: Gastroparesis normally slows the stomach & causes it to be quiet, especially around feeding time. Perhaps you are experiencing "rebound" when the gastroparesis resolves. It is possible, depending on the cause. Was the gastroparesis ever tested (gastric emptying scan)? Was the cause identified? (Medication? Diabetes?). Without good knowledge, it is hard to guide you. Use HealthTap Prime or ur docto ...Read more