Stomach gas bubbles

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Probably just gas this early along.
Yep its gas bubbles. At 11 weeks your uterus would barely be peeking over your pubic bone at this time. I'm not sure if this is your first pregnancy or not but most of the time during first pregnancies you won't start feeling movement until closer to 20 weeks or a little bit after.
I have had these gas bubbles in my stomach for weeks now. Along with irregular bowel movements and burning sensation in my pelvic area. I have been tested for any std's and it came back negative. I constantly feel bloated.What could be the cause of these symptoms?
Does anyone know Why I got this feeling at the lower part of my stomach on the right side that feels like bubbles it's been happening all day Oh & am 5 weeks
So here lately I've been feeling like bubbles in my stomach. I'm 5 months and I'm wondering if it's my baby moving around?
Its not like a gas feeling, its more down in pelvic area, does not hurt have no concerns. Just feels like baby is blowing little bubbles. Its kind of an amazing feeling like when baby has hiccups. Any other mommys experience this or know what it is?
have what feels like gas bubbles in stomach area and I get this fluttering motions that moves my stomach no pain, is this just gas or can it be something else.
I didn't feel any pain, and the baby moved, so I knew she was ok. Can the baby blow bubbles, or pass gas?
But when I do give her the bottle(formula) her stomach RUMBLES LOUD! I know its a MAJOR gas bubble. How or what can I do to rid her of these growing gas bubbles?I know 1 small burp can turn into 1 big one & COLIC.Please HELP!
Well, I suppose I will have to explain to thim that it's like gas bubbles popping... but it's not gas... (at least not the kind we think of...) It's really in the spine.. I figure it's really gas bubbles popping (from the facet joints moving - like when you pop your knuckles..) or it's from the nerves, or it's just the bones moving... they did tell me my discs are unstable (reason I need the fusion. They said they move around too much...
) You want to make sure that the principal ingredient is simethicone and not something like Mylanta which has other ingredients as well. Simethicone breaks up the tiny gas bubbles that form in your digestive track. It is generally well-tolerated without horrible side-effects. As I mentioned, please check with your doctor if this is appropriate for you and especially since your stool is dark in color.
I have a very high gastrin level and stomach pain on a daily basis. However, the pain is easier to deal with than the sensation of bubbles moving around in my stomach and chest.
Over the last few months I've found that I've become uncomfortable - for some strange reason, it feels like there are air or gas bubbles sitting in my vaginal canal. I am 22 and only 'active' with myself currently. I have not gained or lost any weight or had any other health concerns. Simply, one day when I went to bed I realised I felt uncomfortable, like there was a small air or gas bubble inside my vagina, only 3-4 inches in.
So lately my stomach has still been full of bubbles it feels like, not the kind of gas that hurts or causes pressure, this is like gurgly,like what it sounds like underwater haha, empty stomach makes it way worse but yet I have no appetite once I start eating I feel sick. I feel sick pretty much everyday now, nausea and just my stomach...ohh. the pain...regaRDLess I've been feeling a bit less depressed but in the last 2 days I've been irritable as hell!
I'm hoping someone may have some advice. I have a very healthy diet, get regular exercise - but I have a really bad problem with gas that builds throughout the day. I drink two travel size cups of coffee and chew a lot of sugarfree gum every day. The rest of my diet consists of yogurt, trail mix, granola bars, PB&J, fruit, and a lot of water. I can feel bubbles of gas popping in my stomach and sometimes fear that it will force itself out at the wrong time.
Lastnight i was laying on my back relaxed amd i felt a thump in my lower stomach idk if it was a gas bubble or fetal movememt am i going insane i havent even found out if im pregnant yet im goig in for blood test monday
Recently as well, I noticed that when I didn't eat on time, huge gas bubbles about the size of 1/4 my palm (I could feel them in my stomach) would emerge and when I pressed them I felt them bursting. Before this, about five or six years ago I had an acidic kind of pain in the lower left pelvic? area (next to my vaginal area). I stopped drinking acidic drinks and it did not give me as much problems as before.
I have major bloating and it feels like I have air coming out of something in my stomach and making big bubbles. It started last night around 10pm. I was in so much pain I couldn't sleep. I finally slept around 4:30. Woke up with major upper back pain and the bubbles went away. So I thought. I started back around 5pm. My back was so sore. Now the bubbles and bloating are bad and the pain in my back isn't as bad, but still there. I have always had problems going to the bathroom.
The first week that I took Prilosec I had a horrible episode where my stomach ached so badly that I almost went to the ER. I vommitted and could barely stand up. I went back to see her and she switched my heartburn med to Nexium. This has helped a little. I still have heartburn almost every day. When I wake up in the morning I usually cannot eat anything because I feel nauseated. I have to force myself to eat by 9/10am. The sensation/noise is my main concern.
Every time I have a bowel movement I pass these strange dark bead-like bubbles that are sometimes 1 cm in diameter accompanied by many smaller or larger ones of varying sizes. I am in no pain, well, I am only slightly discomforted because my stomach bloating too.. Anyway, my stools look very normal, beside those beads sinking in the toilet. I can not find ANYTHING anywhere with information on this. It started about 2 months ago.
I have been taking Nexium 40 mg one time a day for the past two months and the past week I have been having gas pains in my chest. I can feel the gas bubbles moving after I eat and stays around for a long period of time which is very uncomfortable. Is it ok for me to take Gas X along with the Nexium?
If you are sure you are having gas, and not a problem with your pancreas (located on the left side behind your stomach organ), may I suggest simethicone (gas-x)? They have it over the counter and it is supposed to help with breaking up those air bubbles I believe. I had it prescribed for me when I was getting gas stuck in a sharp curve of intestine on the right- once after each meal and I think maybe at bedtime too many years ago. I use simethicone for gas as needed now.
Since the last treatment, I have been experiencing constant, excessive gas that bubbles up through my mouth. It feels like the gas is trapped in my esophagus and is being released constantly through a hole in the esphagus. I have to make a gross burp every two or three minutes to release the gas. I saw a general practitioner about it, but she referred me to a gastriontologist.
It's the sodium bicarb in alka seltzer that bubbles up and releases the gas, you put the tablets in a small glass of water. Maybe another poster will know about the thickening of gallbladder muscle affecting other organs or not.
by the beginning of the new year 2011 I got this severe gas problem in my stomach it was irritating my stomach for 5 days... this time it didnt go away.. my bowels are also messed up..I had incomplete bowel movements which I feel sometimes i am constipated..sometimes it's semi loose and thin.stomach is not bloated or anything.. but i have gurgling noise in my stomach..i hear bubbles when i go to sleep..and i cant sleep and i constantly burps..
Hi, Looking for some info on gas bubble in eye after surgery and how you experienced it dissipating. I'm seeing the bubble still though it seems clearer and bounces around a lot more had have like plastic film across the other part of the eye. Is this the bubble breaking up?
The injections that I am giving are intra-muscular and I am doing them in my stomach. I have noticed that there is an air bubble in the injection pen. I have tried flicking it and then injecting it out (not in my stomach), but it doesnt want to come out. Is this harmful? I know you can get an embolism if you inject an air bubble into an artery (or is it vein?), but I just want to know if anything will happen if I inject an air bubble into a muscle. Will it just dissolve?
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