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Stomach Pains After Eating Popcorn
A # of potential:
Reasons for this. See:
http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/499913-stomach-pains-after-eating-popcorn/ ...Read more
What causes pain: Try to figure out what foods cause pain. What relieves pain? Antacids, tums (calcium carbonate)? Any vomiting, blood in stool? Best bet would be to see a GI doctor. ...Read more
Is it consistent: Is it consitent? Is it in one place? What is the nature of it -- sharp, dull, stabbing, crampy? See a GI doc if it persists. ...Read more
R/O IBS/GERD/PUD: IBS is a diagnosis of exclusion. IUC/CROHNS DZ/IBD is inflammation usually DX by BX IBS SX can be managed. You need a full exam and blood work. Especially screen for H pylori. Also stool screen x 3 for occult blood /parasite/ &colonoscopy./EGD While you are getting these items checked out you should stick to a gluten free diet. Ie gutbliss. Com & Wholeapproach. Com TX:PROBIOTICS/LEVSIN/ ...Read more
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
Some of the foods: Are rich.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not everyone: Generally, most people do not have significant stomach pain after eating greasy foods. Indigestion, a feeling of an upset stomach, is more common. If one consistently has pain (not necessarily indigestion) after eating greasy foods, see a doctor. Ulcers and gallstones are two common causes of pain after eating such foods. Among others. ...Read more
Must Diagnose First: I'm afraid that we are unable to treat what we haven't diagnosed. There are many different causes of abdominal pain, each with different ways to treat. If your pain is persistent, severe, associated w/high fever+/-vomiting, you should seek hands-on medical attention. We can then sort out the cause and get you well. Good luck. ...Read more
Stomach pain in 92 y: It may be delayed emptying or gasroparesis, , or gasteritis or peptic ulcer disease, use samll portions, ppi like Omeprazole etc. If no releive in 3 MS needs endocopy to be sure no neoplasm, also needs lab for amylase lipase and assess pancrease (pancrelipase) also gb. ...Read more
Started getting stomach pains after eating. Been having a lot of dairy lately and it's been getting worse. Esp, after dinner when having ice cream.
Lactose: Could be a degree of lactose intolerance. GAS TOO? DO YOU HAVE PAIN? ...Read more
Constantly feel nasueas n mild stomach pains after eating doc just gave me nasuea meds to pickup tom what could be causing my problem it any food eate?
Ask your physician: Review what you are eating and drinking with your physician. Your doctor is most familiar with you and can make more specific suggestions. ...Read more
Many causes: Of post-prandial pain, including gas. But it could be gallstones, so it is best to have a doctor check you out. ...Read more
Stomach pains after eating ice cream. Its been 3 days now and it's still going. Is this food poisoning?
Unusual: Unless you got a parasite infection, this has lasted unusually long for food poisoning. See your doctor if this lasts much longer. ...Read more
Wat causes severe stomach pains after eating. Makes my lungs feel like fire too & causes me to vomit, loose lots of sleep from it too.
What causes gastritis? Recently stopped nexium for silent gerd and now I think I have gastritis. Stomach pains after eating acidic things mostly, gas, belching. Feels fine after a few hours. Didn't have this pain before I started nexium 2 months ago.
Bad stomach pains after eating or drinking any thing, head aches, light headed, feeling weak any ideals what it could be?
Ulcers/gallstones: Abdominal pain associated with food is concerning for gastric/duodenal ulcers and/or gallstone trouble. Panreatitis is also a possibility. If u have not been able to eat/drink, u could be dehydrated and thus headaches/dizziness etc. Significant irritable bowel syndrome can do same, but usually this is a long-persistent issue. Pepcid/prilosec may help. I would consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
I've been getting really bad stomach pains after eating our drinking any thing also I've had bad head aches and light headed and recently I just feel weak any ideal what it could?
Ulcers, gallstones: Abdominal pain associated with food is concerning for gastric/duodenal ulcers and/or gallstone trouble. Panreatitis is also a possibility. If u have not been able to eat/drink, u could be dehydrated and thus headaches/dizziness etc. Significant irritable bowel syndrome can do same, but usually this is a long-persistent issue. Pepcid/prilosec may help. I would consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Can eating quinoa cause severe burning stomach pains? Happened 3 times, always after eating quinoa. Pain starts hour after eating and lasts few hours.
Was constipated for a few months, have been relieved, still having stomach pains, especially after eating dairy, but a daily dull pain?
Dairy constipates: Dairy products are constipating- cause the casein (curds) empty slowly from the stomach. The casein also gets converted to caseomorphine- which further slows down the movement of food. Try eliminating milk and increasing fiber and fluids in your diet. Eat more vegetables and beans- they are high in fiber. Drink at least 48-60 ounces of water a day. ...Read more
My mother's left part of upper stomach pains throughout day and intensively after eating food. It pains in both side after eating food.
See Doctor: This could be any number of issues including irritable bowel but could also represent mesenteric ischemia. Would suggest immediate consultation with a gastroenterologist to evaluate your mother to discern what is going on. This needs immediate attention especially if she is over 50. ...Read more
I often get heartburn, stomach pains, and acid reflex after eating. I don't have a balanced diet. What should I do?
Start with smaller meals
less fat or fried food
more whole fresh fruits and vegetables
minimize caffeine- coke- coffee and tea from your diet. Try to eliminate for the short term
see a doctor to determine if you need additional treatment and testing if the above doesn't produce satisfactory results. ...Read more