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Why Does My Stomach Is Upset Everytime I Eat
Gallstones?: There are a number of causes of upset stomach after eating. These include gastritis (inflammation of lining of stomach), an ulcer (either in the stomach or the upper part of intestines), gallstones, food sensitivity/allergy, or reflux disease. It's always a good idea with stomach symptoms to see your physician. Hope you feel better soon! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unsure: There are many causes for an upset stomach. Local causes may include:gastritis, celiac disease, ulcers, tumors and blockages. Non-local GI causes include:gallbladder disease, small or large bowel obstruction. Other causes include:central nervous system disorders.Medications can also cause this. Your dr should be able to help you find out your specific reason. ...Read more
Are you: Nervous or upset about something? The lining of your stomach could be irritated. If you have lost weight you should see your doc. If not try an obey the counter med like Prevacid (lansoprazole) an hour in the morning before eating you might need 2) and stay away from spicy foods and alcohol. Eat more blandly and give your stomach rest and see if that helps. If not seek help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been having problems with my stomach. Everytime i eat certain food it starts to upset really bad for example shiply donuts.
Gallbladder?: You didn't specify but one food and it is fried. If it mainly greasy and/or spicy goods that bother you, you need to have your gallbladder evaluated. In any case, you need to see your PCP to get a good history & physical, plus any indicated diagnostic tests, ...Read more
I had my gallbladder removed 2 years ago. Experiencing the bloat and upset stomach every time after I eat again, but why?
Other issues: Bloating and upset stomach are symptoms that can be associated with several different conditions - not just gallbladder disease. Other conditions that can give similar symptoms include acid reflux, irritable bowel, lactose intolerance, hormonal changes, constipation...other causes are possible as well. Your doctor may be able to help you figure out what specifically is causing your symptoms. ...Read more