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Which Side Aids In Stomach Emptying
Pancreatic cancer: Is usually asymptomatic, and symptoms are usually related to the effect that the mass has on surrounding organs. Burning in the stomach is more likely to be due to gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, or dyspepsia. Pancreatitis causes a loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, and pain. ...Read more
Yes: Improper digestion can mean different things. Vomiting anything on a regular basis is not normal. Bile is a yellow greenish bitter tasting fluid the liver makes. When a persons stomach is empty and they are flat bile can fill the stomach. That along with acid from the stomach can make you nauseous. Often acid reflux will add to this. Medicine like Prilosec or Zantac (ranitidine) can help. If not c Doctor ...Read more
Can fibers like psyllium be helpful in addrsing slow bowel movement problem where food stays in stomach for long time resulting in acid reflux symptms?
Fiber: Fiber products like psyllium provide bulk for good bowel movements but, in my opinion, do not promote better gastric emptying in those patients who have gastroparesis or very slow emptying of stomach contents. There are other medications that do such as reglan or erythromycin. A gastroenterologist is best qualified to advise and treat you. ...Read more
Pressure in the chest&trapped gases in the stomach. After eating, ruq swells&stiffens food comes up with burp to release the pressure what could that b
Bloating: Your symptoms may be due to gall nladder disease. Schedule an appointment with your doctor for a possible ultrasound of the gall bladder. ...Read more
It could be: Several problems could cause abdominal burning sensation but the most common would be stomach irritation (gastritis) or even stomach ulcers. Less likely would be gallbladder problems or other intestinal problems. To figure out the actual cause you may need upper endoscopy (egd) which is very effective at diagnosing ulcers and gastritis and is a quick 5 minute procedure done with light IV sedation. ...Read more
Does moderate antrum gastritis interfere with food digestion and cause gases and bloating in the stomach?
Possible...: Gastric delay to due inflammation? Belching is caused by release of swallowed gas after distension of the stomach with food. Magenblase syndrome is postprandial epigastric fullness & bloating, relieved by belching.Aerophagia (accumulation of gas due to air swallowing) is common with anxiety, hypersalivation from gum chewing, smoking, drinking, oral irritation. In some, belching can become habitual. ...Read more
I have belching and air feeling in the chest, specifically on the left side, and pain in the stomach, sometimes reflux, taking ranitidine. It gastriti?
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(stomach and bowel) tuberculosis after 4 years of diagnosis many small ulcers in the stomach and bowel? The symptoms are losing weight and appetite only
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Neutralizes: Acid present, if any.Get a more detailed answer ›
No, different source: Bile is a fluid produced in the biliary tree in the liver, whereas stomach acid is the fluid produced in your stomach to assist with digestion. Dry heaves can be elicited by both acid reflux as well as gallbladder disease. Bile has a bitter taste while acid reflux is sour or acid. In any case get evaluated by your doctor to determine the source of your symptoms ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can GERD cause a burning feeling in the lower stomach as well? I wondered if the acid could cause burning throughout the digestive system.
After antibiotic i saw blood in stool diarrhea burning pain in the stomach or in the right side of the stomach. What is wrong?
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