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I have bad upper intestinal gas and bloat from IBS diet had been changed and probiotic taken daily. Why does simethicone and fennel tea make it worse?

Every person is uniq. Uniquely different. Bloating and gas is from swallowing air. Try not to swallow or gulp. Intentionally breath calmly and make only small swallows but gas can be painful. See a gastroenterologist and ask their opinion. If simethicone and fennel tea make it worse - dont eat or drink those things. Read more...

What can cause my 4-day long lower intestinal gas pains? How do I treat it?

Maybe not just gas. Bloating, irregular stools, and fullness may reflect diet (check your fiber intake), alterations in the population of healthy gut flora we each carry, food intolerances, maldigestion due to problems of the small intestine, pancreas, or biliary tree, changes in GI motility (how well your GI tract mixes and moves food along), various infections, and even irritable bowel syndrome. Testing is easy. Read more...

I had my gallbladder out in june and since then I wake up at 4am with horribly painful upper intestinal gas. Possible causes? Drs say they don't know

Alter diet. You had gallbladder removed and now wake up with gas pains. Try altering the diet. For one week try yogurt before bed. If that doesn't help try something else. As your gut adjusts to difference of no gallbladder it will improve over time. Hope this helps. Read more...

Why do I have too much intestinal gas?

Gas. Food not agreeing with your body . Start listing down foods that you have eaten and chart down the intensity of flatulence - ;#40;1 is mild and 5 is severe;#41;and start eliminating them from your diet. Or if you must have it, then take some gas meds when you eat those food that upset your stomach. It is all a matter of diet modification and eating healthy. You may want to talk to your doctor about it . Read more...

Excess intestinal gas for as long as I can remember, really uncomfortable as I have to hold it in most of the time. Ie when with gf.??

Doctor can help. A primary care doctor or a stomach specialist can help figure out why. A common reason for gas is lactose-intolerance, in which a person does not have enough enzymes to digest lactose (milk sugar in dairy products). One can try NOT eating anything with dairy (except lactose-free milk is okay), for one month, and see what happens. Another cause of gas is eating too much fiber or "sugar alcohols". Read more...