Stomach ache peanut butter

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I have a stomach ache all day and night. It's the kind you get when your super hungry. At 5 weeks I am always hungry and never satisfied. What should I do? I can't keep eating like I have been...I ate 3 full meals within 2 hours this afternoon..
whats good for a stomach ache and feeling like throwing up after eating too much , ):
Wonder what food it is that is doing it. Maybe the eggs as I haven't had any peanut butter in a day or two. What a diet. Maybe some yogurt needed today.. 2 brown cows with a tablespoon of peanut butter for lunch...
Anyone else experience intermittent stomach ache? I'm not nauseous, stomach just hurts. It seems to happen after I havent eaten for awhile, and eating usually makes it better. I had it all day after my shot, the next day none at all, yesterday in the morning, and again this morning. It's not excruciating, just very annoying. I always take my meds with food.
I have developed a craving for English Muffins w/peanut butter (Just finished one, in fact), and that will hold me over for a couple hours till I find a banana or something to eat. Just small things several times a day to keep something in your stomach seems to help. Also, try yogurt. Keeps the "yeasties" away, and you may be developing some type of candida in your tummy that is causing problems. Try drinking green tea. It is so full of anti-oxidants.
The past month my brother has gotten a terrible stomach ache after eating anything with protein in it, even eggs and chicken make his stomach hurt. He has always eaten extremely healthy and works out every day. When this happens he becomes also really pale. Does anyone know what this could be?
I've tried to drink small amount of fluid, and have only been able to eat some chips, and a bagel with peanut butter. I do have some diarrhea, with small amounts of blood. But, I know that when you push yourself you can break small blood vessels, that's why I'm seeing the blood. But the pain.... anyone have any ideas? I've tried Pepto, and it doesn't seem to be working. Any advice would be wonderful!
Based on what I've studied and have been told, the most likely culprits are gastroparesis (very slow emptying of the stomach) OR gall bladder disease. It is true that when your stomach retains its food load an excessively long time, the contents can somewhat "ferment." I also have been told that bile typically tastes sulfuric. So, I am no closer to reaching a conclusion.
Just the other day I had some gluten free cereal for breakfast, with a sandwich (I had a lot of the peanut butter chocolate cereal), and went for a walk. When I came back I had some veggie burgers and no sugar added coconut ice cream. A little while after I had the ice cream, i felt bad. It was managble, but i had a slight headache and tummy ache. I went for another walk, and after that, thought I was gonna vomit! I also had a really runny nose.
Sometimes exercising after I eat can make me more prone to SVT so I try to eat a light snack (apples and peanut butter) for the carbs/protein I need for my workout, then I eat an actual meal 30-60 minutes after.
It may have started when I drank a big glass of milk, which I don't usually do, but I had a craving for a peanut butter sandwich. Even though I don't think I'm lactose intolerant, I thought this might have had something to do with my discomfort. I feel bloated and when I press on different areas of my belly, there is a lot of tenderness especially below the ribs on the left side.
The doctor did say it properly isn't the best thing to use but its worked for 5 wks so i'm gonna continue use it. I still get slight stomach ache and feel a bit odd when i have a bowl movement but nothing like before.
See I didn't know what they considered "clay" color :) In our area, the clay is a yellow/peanut butter color. Yet when I typed in "clay" in Google it looks like perhaps they mean grey to white. God he's a milk-a-holic. No other symptoms really. He'll say he has a tummy ache but he also agrees with us that monkeys drove him in an airplane. He's at that age where asking his opinion/symptoms aren't too reliable.
I did have a day, about a week ago where i ate more than usual, lots of peanut butter and jam. So I'm putting it down to that day where i ate, alot! But it's really troubling me now, getting in the way of my plans and what not. Anyone have any suggestions? I've increased my water intake and i already eat enough fibre as it is.
She just gets a stomach-ache and she vomits. She is also allergic to peanut butter. I would like to know what is wrong, and available effective solutions.
But now, you know not to eat them and maybe you lost a few ounces as a result of the trips to the bathroom... lol Very sorry to hear about the stomach ache. Instead of eating sugar free candies, why not try eating a small piece of fruit or some cut up veggies, like carrots, celery, etc, drink a glass of water, or a small glass of low fat milk, eat a 2-3 walnuts, etc. You could even eat a cup of broth based soup, made with lots of veggies and either beef, vegetable or chicken broth.
She can not eat any food that contains milk cooked or not. She also can not have lactaid, or peanut butter, hot dogs, oatmeal, or high fat food. She gets really bad bloatting, horrible diaharea, abdominal pain, and ocasional vomitting from all of these iteams.
At times it is very hard to eat this, but read labels, experiment and see what works for you. I make a peanut butter and butter sandwich on high fiber bread at night so it is ready for me at 6:30 in the morning. My milk is poured and in the fridge. This makes my morning so much easier. I generally have a nonfat yougurt as a snack at 11:30 since I find that I am actually hungry. Then at 2:30 pm I have an avocado and some greek yogurt.
I used peanut-butter the first 12 weeks, although I was Victrelis, not Incivek. My last week of Treatment was last week. For the first time, I loosened up, and began eating less, when popping my riba and Victrelis pills. The last pills I took with just a plum, and I got a terrible headachea nd stomach ache, from doing this. I had much less nausea, when I ate well. I think the idea is to eat well on all the pills, so if they made a "27 grm fat pill", people would avoid eating.
Children who are backed up with stool don't get as hungry because their bodies are filled up with stool. Other food that will help with weight gain include foods high in protein, such as peanut butter, almond spreads, meat, fish, and legumes, such as lentils and beans. Avacodo is very high in fat as well. Don't be afraid to experiment. There are ways that you can sneak in the good stuff....
Try peanut butter or other protein snack before rising from your bed. A teaspoon of cider vinegar in a cup of warm water has been said to be effective. Take a deep breath. It might be mind over matter sometimes. Comfort foods! Eat what you can, if it stays down it is probably a good thing. Slowly add more foods to your diet as possible. Sleep to avoid nausea. Hey, don't knock it until you've tried it. I swear by cold veggies soaking in water to help relieve the churning feeling.
Starting in my back...upper middle/middle it's an ache that feels bad...It's hard to describe it. It's not like a stomach ache, or a headache ache. It feels like it's widespread, at the same time coming from one spot, on both sides of my back. It gradually gets worse as time goes on, and it moves down slowly. Nothing can relieve this pain, no matter how I sit or stand or anything, it's the same. It's hard to sit still.
My current pain occured 5 days after my period started, and the next day after I ate peanut butter. The episode I experienced last month also happened after my period and after eating peanut butter. So, I'm thinking I should stay away from the peanut butter as well, especially while I have my period. This doesn't always happen whenever I eat peanut butter, but it is always better to stay off whatever might be causing the inflamation.
For the past week I've been experiencing loose dark green stool accompanied by a stomach ache. I changed up my diet a little as well eating more green veggies. Is this normal?
Also, good test for hypothyroid is trying a hand full of almonds every few hrs or apple slices w/ a little peanut butter on them. Yes, I said peanut butter. The combo makes complex-carbs that give you slow release energy instead of gulp/spike/crash/fatigue. Labs really are needed to ck. glucose number & red-cells. If you had a virus, you may also be anemic. You sound like a self motivator. Get tests & read what doc maybe missed & let us help you.
i have NO appetite barley... and when I do eat.. .even a peanut butter sandwhich, i get bloated almost immediately... This has been concerning me EVEN MORE... causing MORE ANXIETY... which led me to finally go to the Dr. today for a clean bill of health. Well, the Dr. asked me how have things been going in my life... I told him the following "I started working on a film project with a big entertainer in my town... worked on it for almost 2 months...
The rage I encountered, I also managed, by avoiding getting over-tired, and avoiding people that behaved in an annoying manner towards me. I found I could avouid nausea, by always keeping some food in my stomach. I used yogurt, and peanut-butter on a tortilla.
defined by throbbing, dull ache, easily annoyed, grumpy/grouchy, stomach ache, vomiting, dizziness, blackouts, stumbling/tripping, can't eat, low blood pressure, sensitivity to light and sounds, flu-like symptoms without fever, often not relieved or improved by medicine, only can be helped if I take hydrocodone/and rest,sleeping, waiting it out. Ibuprofin/advil yield no relief. Mild migraines approx.
and he told me it was prob. from my nervous stomach... I also have a slight pain/ache on my left side... Could this be IBS? Or do you think my bowels and stuff are adjusting to eating more again... I havnt been eating a lot for the past month... but also have been having these bowel changes for about 3 weeks. It *****... My Dr. did blood work... but hasnt called me... so I guess no call is a good call.
Fiber one cereal, two slices of double fiber bread with peanut butter and a bunch of raspberries...
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