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Why Do I Have Always Fart And It Smells
Diet: Most likely your gas is related to your diet. If you notice gas happens after certain foods, try to avoid those foods. If you frequently have cramping, pain or diarrhea, you should consult your physician. Gi problems including celiac disease or lactose intolerance are not that uncommon. You may wish to avoid dairy foods for an interim. Wolfing food - eating very fast - my also contribute. Bno. ...Read more
I have to constantly fart and it smells really bad. My family has history of colon probs, also my grandparents on my mom side both died of liver cance?
Colon cancer: Although flatus or gas doesnt correlate with colon cancer, the bigger picture here is of you have a direct relative with /diagnosed of Colon cancer then you need a colonoscopy 20 years before your relative's age of diagnosis.( if diagnosed at 50, you need it at age of 30, then every 3-5 years after). You gas problems if not related to frequent diarrhea and bloody stools, maybe from the food you ea ...Read more
?: Everyone is different. As long as other issues are occurring, no worries. ...Read more
Can vary frequently: The gas released rectally is related to the process of digestion and breakdown of the contents ingested. The smells will vary dramatically depending on the type of food, amounts, and the fluids ingested. It can be common to have smells of metallic nature or any number of smells. This is generally not an indication of anything bad. See your provider if other symptoms. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Hi. My3 month old who is strictly on fornula has the worst farts. They smell like rotten eggs and smells up whole room. Do you think it's the formula?
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
Frequent farting: Generally caused by swallowing air. Review all your eating and drinking. If you are sucking on candy, chewing gum, drinking frequently, etc., you are also swallowing air and it's going to come out the other end. By cutting down on the air swallowed you cut down on the fart volume and frequency. ...Read more
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