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Stomach Makes Loud Noises After Eating
GAS: When you eat you stimulate the juices in your stomach to start breaking up the food you have eaten and it also activates the small and large intestine to moving and accepting the food and absorbing what you have eaten. You may also have more gas depending how much you swallow when you eat and the type of foods you eat. Certain foods may also cause more gas formation. ...Read more
Upper right part of stomach makes loud digestive noises after eating and sometimes dull pain in the same area. Mild symptoms, but still concerned?
Recently my stomach has been making loud gurgling noises. These occur even after eating. Tried products like mylanta, rolaids etc. What else to do?
See below: These noises are common and considered normal. If pain begins, see your family doctor. ...Read more
My stomach hurts after. Eating any sweets like pastries and my stomach growls extremely loud in the morning but I am not hungry. What do they both mean?
Have had loud bubbling sounds in stomach for a long time. Sometimes have warm sensation in stomach after eating accompanied by loose stool.?
How serious is bloating in lower abdomen even after eating small amount, loud frequent gurgling, and heartburn, requiring antacids, zantac (ranitidine)?
Depends...: 1-2 hours after liquids, 3-6 hours after solids. Carbohydrates & proteins exit faster than fats. Large meals take longer to empty than small meals. Medications, diabetes, neuropathies, certain infections can alter stomach emptying significantly, as can mechanical delays in emptying like stenosis & scarring of the pylorus (the gastric outlet into duodenum), gallbladder disease, small bowel issues. ...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
Depends.: Depends on what you mean by toxins. If you mean poison, the only way to clean it out would be to suction it out using a tube or giving you something to make you vomit. If you are referring to foods or medicines that are harmful, the kidneys, liver, and lungs usually do a good job on their own. If you have a specific scenario, question us back here or on Healthtap Prime. Good luck. ...Read more
Why do you ask?: It depends of what was eaten. After a regular meal that include meat, the stomach secrete acid digestive juice for about 3 to 4 hours; therefore the ph should be lower. ...Read more
Many possibilities: I have seen patients with this symptom caused by all sorts of issues, from nutritional deficiencies to ulcers (especially from infection}, cancers, diabetes and psychological issues. This symptom needs to be evaluated by a doctor who can examine you and do some tests ...Read more
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Is it normal for your stomach to look bigger after eating, then to go down after a few hours or so?
Yes it is: This is normalGet a more detailed answer ›
Hi, I'm 27 year old male from texas, and I feel really discomfort in my stomach after eating syrup products, I don't like this why does syrup?
Practically everyone: ...has some food that disagrees with them. Food intolerance is common, variable, & individual. It may even include such innocuous ingestants as water (or, in your case, syrup). Ref: Elaine Shimberg, "Relief From IBS". Assess your threshold--assuming you've experienced no harm from the product, gradually increase exposure to determine the amount of syrup that you can tolerate so not to feel deprived ...Read more
Late 2013 I realised like an hr after eating it feels like my stomach is on fire especially at night, now it has become an occurring episode lately?
May be Inflammation: This pattern suggests inflammation in the early part of the small intestine. You can start by taking an antacid 30 min before each meal for 2 weeks to sees if you get relief. No NSAIDs. You can also adjust your diet to avoid dairy, citrus, and gluten during that time. If the discomfort persists see your doctor to have a medical work up. ...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
A # of potential:
Reasons for this. See:
http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/499913-stomach-pains-after-eating-popcorn/ ...Read more
Why eat them then?: Food intolerance is common, variable, and individual and may even include such innocuous ingestants as water. Reference: elaine shimberg, "relief from ibs". How are your potatoes prepared, ; how much of them do you consume? Nothing wrong with cutting back on a food that consistently bothers you to eat it. ...Read more
I have pain in my upper right side of abdomen and I can feel it too after eating food and every day it's the pain is increasing please help?
Possible gallbladder: What you describe could be related to your gallbladder. Would recommend a visit to your doctor for bloodwork and ultrasound. In the meantime, you could avoid spicy, fatty foods so as to have less pain. ...Read more
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