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The human body lacks the enzyme called alpha-galactosidase to digest this sugar, so it ends up in the large intestine undigested which causes flatulence (gas) to occur. Fructose is naturally present in <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>onions</span> (very gassy), artichokes, pears, and wheat. It is also used as a sweetener in some soft drinks and fruit drinks.
Even though the good doctor is unaware of such a disease, I too have experienced changes in my heart rythym as a result of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> gas pressure. I'm a 46 year old male in pretty good health overall and I've been living with the same condition you describe for several years now. When I'm really bloated, my heart rate at rest often becomes rapid and shallow and every so often feels as if it's skipping a beat.
Referring to your post regarding A/Fib and bloated <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span>/gas, I too have had the same experience. I believe it is a mechanical effect in that the gas inflates the intestine which in turn pushes on the vagus nerve or the bottom of the heart and triggers the A/F episode. The sensation is located under the left rib cage not in the chest. I can also induce A/F by swallowing something very cold on an empty stomach. This freaks out the nerve and the A/F proceeds.
Hi I am a 31 year old female. For the past 2 yrs. I have been having exteme <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> issues. Anything I eat causes uncomfortable bloating and gas. My bowel movements have recently looked very grainy/gritty. I used to have problems on and off but this has been consistent recently. My doctor suggested that I try a gluten free diet, but that really hasn't seemed to help much.
He told me to have small meals instead of filling up the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> and also write down all the food that produce gas in my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span>. and also chew very well. That way you can avoid the gas. Black and red pepper, heavy oils, beans, garlic and onions make me very bad. I dont eat them anymore. What I have figured out is that this is not a heart problem, this is more like a stomach problem. When there is no food in my stomach, I dont have this problem. I can even run for many kilometers.
Hi everyone, I am almost 6 weeks pregnant and I am experiencing really bad painful gas. Every morning I wake up feeling fine, and then it progresses throughout the day, by lunchtime I am very bloated and in pain. By the evening I look like I'm about 16-18 weeks (no kidding) because my stomach has bloated out so far! It comes and goes throughout the day, but I do spend most of the day unconmfortable, in pain and embarrassed at work. Is this normal???? Does anyone know any way I can limit this????
Most people aren't aware that laying on their right side can cause gas to build up in your colon and form a gas bubble. The way the colon is shaped and with the gas rising upward, when laying on the right side it gets trapped in the ascending and transverse sections of the colon and is not as easily expelled as it is when laying on the left side. I recommend trying some OTC treatments like beano, gas X, prilosec, prevacid, Mylanta, mylox etc. for a few days.
Okay... I'm apparently doing something that is causing a constant gas/constipation issue with Nadezdha... I think it might be the 2 Monster I'm drinking a day when I work... Anyway, I need to know what other people might have experienced caused these kinds of reactions in their breastfed babies. It is making me cry when I can't do anything for her... and worse knowing I caused it.
You might already know this, but gas producing foods include lactose, beans, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>onions</span>, carbonation, spicy foods, fatty foods, and caffeine.
after i eat, about 2 hours later, i get nausea real bad, followed by a pain under my left side of my rib cage, followed by intense gas pains, I have a bowel movement, pain goes away, just nauseaed for the rest of the day. Any ideas? IBS?
So I am 12+1 weeks pregnant and am I have really bad lower stomach pain like 2 or 3 inches below my belly button. I've had gas all day which my gas pains are on my left side 2 inches below my ribs. I'm scared that something is wrong with my baby.
// Basically, I gather these symptoms can be explained by one or both of the following: - Hiatal hernia - Vagus nerve irritation I also get the impression these are common and widely misdiagnosed conditions. Hope that helps someone. I am going to book in for some tests first thing tomorrow.
// Basically, I gather these symptoms can be explained by one or both of the following: - Hiatal hernia - Vagus nerve irritation I also get the impression these are common and widely misdiagnosed conditions. Hope that helps someone. I am going to book in for some tests first thing tomorrow.
Gas and bloating and trapped gas - is common if your certin medications , as they can cause this to happen/ as well with acid reflux , you should be taking somekind of med for it (to stop it from happening) gas can cause palps to happen in some cases. yes it depends what your eatting too! try and eat as blan as you can - dont drink soda pop's fizzy drinks - eat slow and try to keep the mouth closed when eatting, dont talk while eatting. as air gets down inside you - thus gas builds up.
I'd suggest that if you were drinking any carbonated beverage, stop. Also, limit your consumption of cabbage, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>onions</span> and gas-producing products, follow a Diverticulitis diet.
Since that time I have had severe gas in the upper <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span>, foul smelling, it is sooo annoying. I have not been to the doctor as I have had enough of doctors right now with all the surgery. I did go in March about the gas, and the only thing the surgeon said was it was because I was swallowing too much air. But, I am eating the same way I was before. I have blamed it on the surgeries, but I would love to know what I could do to stop it.
Actually the carbination in soda water can contribute to gas. Is it possible that you are slightly lactose intolerant? That can cause gas for sure. Here are some foods you can cut to see if it helps: beans, cabbage, onions, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, asparagus and corn; fruits such as pears, apples, prunes and peaches; whole grain products and oats; milk, ice cream and cheese; and carbonated drinks. Obviously you can't cut them out of your diet all at once.
The big gas/indigestion causing culprits like cabbage, beans, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>onions</span> etc don't cause me any distress at all. A little extra gas, but that passes through no problem. I tend to eat a fairly high fiber diet with a big variety of foods, so my insides are pretty accustomed to change. The pain usually starts about 30-40 minutes after I eat. If I drink obscene amounts of water right away, it seems to cut the severity, but not much.
The past several months, I find myself not sleeping well in the early morning hours because I start to get very bloated with gas in my abdomen. I can feel the pressure all the way up under my ribs. If I roll over or turn in bed while I have all of the pressure, I experience bad heart palpitations (flutters, couplets). I also experience a strong need to have a BM, but doing so only helps somewhat, and I still have lots of gas. I have acid reflux and frequent bouts of gastritis.
I recently suffered alot of the same symptoms as you with the gas, bloating, hearburn, chest pain, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> ache, and excelerated heart rate. My doctor finally tested me for helicobactor pylori, H pylori for short. It came back positive and I was put on 3,000 mg of antibiotics a day for 14 days. However because of this sickness I have developed anxiety. I am starting to get better now that the only symptoms I currently suffer with are more physical tension and heart rate increase.
Try and eat smaller meals every 4 hours. I find that I get a lot of gas four hours after eating. An empty <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> causes gas! So if you eat at six and not again until morning there is a lot of gas build up. I eat a low residue diet that is high in protein and fruit. But only certain fruits like grapes, blueberries, strawberries, mangos and bananas as a small example. Gassy fruits like apples and pears should be avoided but you should experiment and research more.
I am a 62 year old female and in the past year have been plagued by absolutely horrendous foul smelling gas. My sister and 2 brothers have lactose intolerance and one has ibs and another has diverticulitis. I had a colonoscopy within the last year and all was well there. My doctor ordered blood tests to test for lactose intolerance and chron's but both were ruled out. The doctor put me in Cymbalta (anti depressant) because it can help in reducing stress.
My nine year old daughter has had spells of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> pain here and there, a few times we had to take her in the local ED because the pain was quite significant. In August her pain started, and finally in September she was diagnosed with c. diff. She was still having horrible pain not improving after being placed on antibiotics, she was eventually hospitalized because she had completely stopped eating and drinking. At this time they checked her for c.
I can only describe the problems i get so well, there are three major types of noise and discomfort i feel, the first is the feel of hunger, a build up of gas in my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span>. I feel incredibly bloated and my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> seems to rumble, feeling and sounding like hunger. This can happen just after eating, but mainly 2-3 hours after eating. The second type i get happens further down and usually takes place after i wake up and have breakfast.
Otherwise, I go from day to day with bouts of feeling bad and then I'm fine. Lots of gas and belching. <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>stomach</span> surgery was in 1979. Two years later they stopped the surgery. Bummer. Actually, I really do feel that the surgery has caused me more problems than it "was supposed to fix". Thanks.
On a Saturday in January, 2010, I cut off a small portion of my right index finger while chopping <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>onions</span> (this may or may not be relevant). The next day a large, what I thought was a boil, popped up at the base of my spine. Over the next few days, it grew larger and more painful. That Wednesday I went to see my family doctor and he told me that he thought it was a boil as well and that I’d need to let it run its course.