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Yes: Gas x is simethicone. Simethicone helps break up gas bubbles in the gut. Taket by mouth, usually after meals and at bedtime . Swallow the capsules whole. Do not crush or chew the capsules. Follow all directions on the product package. If you are self-treating with simethicone, the usual maximum amount for adults is 500 milligrams daily. ...Read more
Gases, trapped wind in large intestine. Always making noise when pushed. Bloating and waist pain. Loud rumbling. Possible cause?
Smelly Sweat: The primary cause of strong-smelling perspiration is bacterial flora. Sweat is naturally odorless, but when it reaches the skin's surface, bacteria that normally live on the skin digest sweat and excrete the strong-smelling waste associated with smelly sweat. Treat the bacteria and the smell goes away. ...Read more
Gas: Gas tends to be caused by the things we eat and the particular makeup of the intestines. Fiber, while very good for you and should be part of everyone's daily diet, is known to cause gas. I tell my patients to keep a food diary for two weeks, and see if they can identify any foods that make them particularly gassy - then try to avoid them! ...Read more
TeenyWeenyPoopers...: Little farts, little burps, little drools, little hiccups, little ticks, little picks, little scratches, little pokes, little coughs, little sniffles, little rubs, little gurgles, little hairs, little stains, little grimaces, little licks, little spittle, little trickles, little leaks,little drips, little drools (oh, i said that). YES, little things that add up to being human(and why I live alone) ...Read more
Bloated belly and gurgling tummy noises and trapped gas noises from rectum everyday ! Go to the toilet daily stool soft but have to strain ?
Abdominal bloating: Have you been on Cilest long?It can cause abdominal symptoms Keep a food diary on what precipitates the gurgling . May be food intolerances consider gluten, soy, fructose, dairy ( try lactaid milk for starters) . Also consider gallbladder issues, gatritis (check for H pylori), pancreatic insufficiency ( unusual if not cystic fibrosis,chronic pancreatitis) thyroid. Follow up with doctor ...Read more
Lots of Belching, Flatulence (no bad smell, only tiny bubbles), feeling of jumping bubbles near anus (more after oily meal), bowel inflammation somtym?
Classic gall bladder: symptoms Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health and the bile in the gall bladder aids digestion of fats. if it is not working fats go right through you and with fatty meals, belching/gas/discomfort/ oily stool sometimes. Also, one diet drug causes fat to not be absorbed as does some anti-obesity surgery. ...Read more
Enema didn't work. Constipated gas pains can't pass gas. Bloating pain by belly button feel like gotta pass gas nothing comes out cramping.dehydrated?
Abdominal pain/tight around belly button, hard to pass worm shaped poop, explosive diarrhea. Have hemorrhoids. Hard to pass gas. Some foods upsetBelly?
Many reason for these symptoms: . The pain around the belly button is called Perry umbilical pain and usually associated with small intestinal cramping. This can occur as a result of food poisoning, viruses, inflammatory bowel disease, and sometimes even severe stress. Hemorrhoids are simply a symptom of poor nutrition along with lack of exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why hold them?: Passing the gas that accumulates in your intestines from swallowed air, bacteria etc is the normal way of removing it from your body. If you are holding it in you are causing gas and fluid to squirt back thru contracting intestines, causing your noises. Better to just excuse yourself and let it pass. See this website about reducing gas : http://digestive.Niddk.Nih.Gov/ddiseases/pubs/gas. ...Read more
Frequent soft stool, sensitive stomach to certain foods, bad smelling farts, heart burn, irritated itchy bum hole?
Queefing: That is the trapped air escaping.Get a more detailed answer ›
A few possibilities: Of course stools or gas often have an unpleasant odor, but one that is recognized as normal. Unusually or distinctly bad odors may come from simple diet changes, but may also be due to illnesses. For example, stool or gas can have bad odors from blood or poorly digested foods as with crohn's disease (inflammatory condition), celiac disease (gluten intolerance), pancreatitis, or some infections. ...Read more
Sure...: But so do I and i'm not pregnant! however, digestive problems of all minor sorts are not uncommon during pregnancy, so being excessively gassy certainly can fall into that category. Most moms-to-be can usually identify soem of the foods that cause their symptoms, so be aware of what you are eating and see if there are culprits you can identify - then try to avoid. ...Read more
GI problems: Farting too much is definitely due to poor digestion of something. The top few things are dairy products and gluten. Try an elimination diet without these for one month and see what happens. Introduce only one back to see how you do. Add a probiotic to help improve your digestive ability. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Dietary change: A diet high in fiber and vegetables will stimulate colonic bacteria to produce the gaseous output that we technically term flatus. Examine what you used to eat, what you have changed and what you can modify. It is impossible to completely eliminate this part of metabolism but you can help things. ...Read more
YES!!: Appendicitis is a local inflammation (not necessarily infection) of the appendix, a small tube-like projection at the beginning of our colon (large intestine), located near the right hip bone. Since it causes local irritation, many people will have fairly normal bowel function, until the inflammation sends a "danger signal" to the rest of the intestines, telling them to shut down = bloating. ...Read more
Passing gas is : normal. Check your diet. Caffeine can lead to flatulence in some people. Dairycan also lead to flatus.Gas production is common w cabbage, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, broccoli, asparagus, cucumber, peppers, apples, raisins, prunes, bananas, avocados and melons. Try adjusting your GI tract with probiotics. ...Read more
You won't explode...: ...but you likely will have a crampy, bloated, & uncomfortable abdomen with an increasing sense of fecal urgency. ...Read more
Let it pass: Infants fart because they either ingest excessive air with feedings & don't burp it out well, or their body makes excess gas. Gas production is related to bacterial action on undigested food coursing through the intestines. Neither issue is worth worrying about. Infants are not known for their social graces and i would relax & let the kid rip a few as needed. ...Read more