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Stomach Pain After Eating Spicy Food
"Heartburn": Gastroesophageal reflux disease is a common cause of such symptoms ("heartburn"). If it's in the right side of your abdomen - it can also be due to gallbladder stones/other problems. What happens when you don't eat such foods? If improved, then avoid them. If you are having difficulty swallowing, black tarry stools, weight loss, or noticed any bleeding from your rectum- see a doctor immediately ...Read more
Common issue...: Please refer to the excellent, already posted, healthtap answers regarding diagnostic differential and treatment of dyspepsia/indigestion. Diet certainly plays a role in "stomach upset" as you imply. Moderate intake of spicy, greasy food, mints, alcohol, tobacco, caffeinated products, salicylates. ...Read more
Could be ulcer: Epigastric pain which is the tip of your stomach could mean either ulcer or gastritis negative ct scan does not mean you do not have a problem stay on liquid or light diet take either Prilosec or zantac (ranitidine) from over the counter with some anti acid make sure your bowels moving ok no constipation if your symptoms does not improve your doctor should referred you for upper endoscopy. ...Read more
Where is it sore?: And how much alcohol? Which spicy food? How long ago between when you ate, drank and onset of symptoms? Were you having any vomiting or diarrhea earlier?these are the questions that would help me better understand the nature of your problem. Without this information I'm afraid my advice won't be very specific.I do suggest though, that if the pain persists or is over the right upper abdomen,CMD2Day ...Read more
Reflux: You may have gastroesophageal reflux disease. Have you noticed it gets worse after eating especially spicy foods or drinking coffee? What about laying down after eating. You can take over the counter medications for reflux. Other possible causes depends on where the pain is and if it often feels different from a burning sensation moving up your chest. ...Read more
Bad heartburn/ bloating/ slow digestion after stomach flu. Ate spicy food within 24 hours of getting better. normal?
Burning throat: Greetings. The burning may be due to reflux. If you suffer from heartburn or GERD, then tums or a medication like Zantac (ranitidine) may be of help. Pharyngitis coming from a virus could be the cause and Tylenol/Motrin could help. See your doctor for confirmation. Good Luck. ...Read more
Cold, abdominal pain, reflux after eating spicy food. Should i get some Tums (calcium carbonate) or something?
Digestion: You likely lack enzymes necessary to digest the food. I have no vested interest in this product but do recommend "digest extra" sold at the vitamin shoppe. It has all the enzymes your body needs for food breakdown and usually does the trick. ...Read more
30 mins after eating salad from store, started getting nausea, bloating, stomach cramps, diarrhea and gagging. Is this food poisoning?
Food poisoning: It certainly could be. I strongly recommend you have one of your family or friends take you as soon as possible to the nearest Emergency facility. Hope all goes well -- please keep me informed. ...Read more
Possible dairy allergy, diahorrea, stomach cramps and nausea after milk, yoghurt, cheese etc and stomach cramps after eating milk chocolate. ?
8 months pregnant. Can't drink carbonated drinks or eat spicy food without intense pain
/burn in throat and chest when swallowing. Is this gerd?
Pregnant throat pain: Greetings, as a.father of 3, your throat discomfort appears to me as you suspected, coming from GERD. As your anatomy and physiology changes with the advancing pregnancy, increasing of your intra abdominal pressure changes too which places you at rush for GERD. With your ObGyn doc for recommend treatments. Once delivery occurs, your body should revert back to the way it functioned before pregnancy ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've always ate spicy food without problem. Recently began getting low stomach pains after eating spicy food. Is it something serious?
It could be: Many minor stomach pain issues after eating certain kinds of foods can be explained away by common indigestion. The chemicals in spicy food irritate the sensitive ulcer, which may respond by becoming inflamed or even by bleeding. Depending on the ingredients used to make the spicy food you've eaten, the chemical capsaicin may be the culprit. Found naturally in chilies. ...Read more
Keep burping & having nausea feeling especially after meal. Avoided oily, spicy and raw food and heavy meal. Omeprazole prescribed but doesn't stop it
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