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Why Does My Stomach Always Feel Full
Why do I always have my nose congested, coughing, sweat, my stomach always feel full, muscle pain or weak, feeling fainty what's happening with me?
See doctor: At your age, the constant nasal congestion is likely from allergies. However with so many other problems, you really need to get examined and tested by your doctor. ...Read more
Bubbling stomach, always feel full, stomach cramps, and pain in left upper abdomen that's sharp what is it high crp, abnormal biopsy, normal endoscopy?
Sounds bad: Although it may be something benign, we can't tell unless you undergo testing. I would recommend you see an md to get it checked out and make sure it's not serious. ...Read more
Hard to say: With this limited info. It can be related to benign things like the composition of foods that you are eating. Some things are more satiating than others like whole grains, legumes (thing beans), and fibrous veggies. But sometimes, it can be a sign of either a focused ailment of the stomach or systemic disease. You need a more thorough evaluation if this is lasting weeks and/or your losing weigh ...Read more
Try portion control: Appetite suppressants are only temporary crutches--what happens when you stop them? Exercise rather than reach for food, & keep on-hand only healthy choices if you must snack. Chewing gum, a big glass of water, carrots & celery sticks may help curb your appetite. Reach your goal safely please. ...Read more
Hard to say: If you are losing weight, bothered by nausea or vomiting, having abdominal pain or bloating, or bowel (pooping) habit changes I would review this with your doctor sooner rather than later. If you're not having any of those issue, stress may effect both your appetite and how quickly you feel full. If this symptom persists for more than a week or two, I would see your doc too. ...Read more
Several reasons: Chewing helps accomplish several things. One it stimulates the whole digestive process, and "primes the pump" stomach acid wise. It helps optimize surface area for digestive enzymes to work. It helps break up the large pieces, which acid could only do if given much more time. ...Read more
Hard to answer: It's hard to answer this question without a medical evaluation. I really suggest seeing your physician to investigate your symptoms. ...Read more
Eat healthy foods: That are high in calories. Eat 6 meals /day. Work on strength training to build large muscle groups. Work out w heavier weights w fewer repetitions. Sleep at least 8 to 9 hrs/night. Hydrate well w water. Foods to help w healthy weight gain: almonds, cashews, pecans, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, walnuts, hummus, avocadoes, granola, trail mix, dried fruits, extra virgin olive oil, canola oil, >. ...Read more
Hard to say: Constipation would be my first thought. But I would definitely go see your primary care doctor for an abdominal exam. They may decide to do an x-ray or ultrasound if something hard is felt in there and they aren't sure what it is. If this is constipation they can prescribe a bowel regimen. ...Read more
I feel full for two days now with a feeling that there is some big or huge rock inside my stomach?
See doctor: It is hard to say what may be the problem. One may be that there is an obstruction in the area beyond the stomach. I recommend that you consult your doctor and get this checked out. ...Read more
Every evening when going to bed even though I haven't eaten too much I feel my stomach is full. Discomforting but not painful?
At times my stomach seam to be full when I now I have not ate anything, it feel like it has something restricting my lower stomach.?
Could be a problem: A feeling of fullness, without having had a big meal or any obvious reason, can be a problem. One can see his primary care doctor for an evaluation, and the doctor can also refer to specialists if needed. After a conversation and an exam, tests may include blood count tests, blood / liver / gall bladder / pancreas chemistry tests, urine tests, stool tests, abdominal ultrasound, endoscopy, etc... ...Read more
What's wrong with me??? No matter how much I eat I cant get full I don't feel full. My stomach feels weird and has this jumpy feeling lately
Food Quality: It depends on the quality of food you are eating vs other physiologic entities such as irritable bowel. Eating foods that are high in fiber (fruits and vegetables) and protein (whether plant-based or animal protein) will help you to feel full. Many of the packaged products, and fast food items, contain empty calories that may add weight but do little to contribute to a sense of being full. ...Read more
I have pain in my stomach and it intends to be full all the times. I have taken flygl for 5 days and anzole for 1 month but it didn't worked.
Now get checked...: Worsening or persistent symptoms that have not responded to empiric treatment approaches (as you describe) deserve evaluation. Your description of distress is too vague for us to offer you much help here without a comprehensive history and exam. In the words of jimmy buffet, "indecision may or may not be [your] problem." please get checked so you can next start on the appropriate medication. ...Read more
Since 6 months I hv fullness and heaviness in my stomach. So I don't feel eating bt when I sit to eat I eat proper. No other symptoms. Pls help.
Indigestion: A hiatus hernia of the stomach could be the cause of this type if indigestion. Since your symptoms have been going on for 6 months, I feel you should consult a gastroenterologist for evaluation and treatment. In the meantime eat 3 or 4 smaller feedings a day and eat nothing after 7pm so your stomach will be empty at bedtime. ...Read more
I am having the same probelm. Full of air now pain and discomfort in stomach and back radiating up to my shoulders. For about 9 days now?
Gas: This may be a case of excess gas formation or inability to have passage of normal gi gas down the intestinal tract. The gas collection appears to be in the upper tract and could signify hiatal hernia or gall bladder disorder. Drinking hot water and applying heat to the upper abdomen helps break down gas and move it along. See your MD if symptoms persist or worsen and appropriate tests to be done. ...Read more
Feeling of fullness in my lower right abdomen. It's been like this for about 24 hours now, no pain at all. Not sure if I should be concerned...
Only if it persists;:
You should be concerned only if it persists for more than 48 hours and/or if you start with other symptoms like nausea/vomiting. Pain in abdomen or diarrhea
if that is the case get it checked by your doctor or go to er. ...Read more
I have been experiencing right side abdomen pain for two days without any other symptoms. It first started as dull pain then sharp now it's full again?
Pain in left side of abdomen radiates out of back sometimes, have had this for 3 months now, had full blood works done back in september all normal, ?
Possibilities: There are many possibilities here, so I would encourage you to establish care with, or continue seeing, a physician. You might want to consider the possibility of a kidney stone, which can give you pain that radiates to the back. If the pain persists as it seems to, an abdominal ultrasound or ct can help rule out anything structural. ...Read more
Maybe nothing: The fetus swallows amniotic fluid. If the stomach isn't full, it may mean that that the baby hasn't swallowed recently. Best wishes! ...Read more
Needs checkup: Early saiety needs to be checked usually by a GI specialist ...Read more
IBS: You could be having irritable bowel syndrome IBS. There is a treatment for it go and see your doctor please watch your diet keep bowel regular eat multiple small meal exercise manage and control your stress and hydrate well with water and juices avoid sodas poo and caffeine and energy drink eat light food eat more fruit avoid raw vegetables eat more soups avoid red meat go and see your doctor plz ...Read more
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