Stomach pain after eating bloating

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I recently was diagnosed with gastritis and GERD which was causing me TONS of stomach and back pain when eating. After doing a lot of research 2 of the things that can cause your stomach to be inflamed is a long history of drinking and taking pain relievers on a regular basis. You mentioned that you do both so it could be that the lining of your stomach is wearing down and becoming sensitive.
stomach bloats after eating most of the time looking for suggestions.
Hello, There are many conditions causing burping and bloating.GERD, lactose intolerance, food allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease; certain medications all can cause bloating and burping. Drink plenty of water and take light food. Avoid fried and spicy food. A clinical examination and investigations are important for correct diagnosis and management. Treatment will depend on the cause. Best luck and regards!
My husband is 60 years old. For the past one week there is bloating of stomach which is increasing . Though he passes stools, he doesn't feel evacuated. there is no belching or flatulance. He had vertigo a month and a half back and is still on stugeron, vertin and stemetil. he is a BP patient and diabetic but both are well under normal limits under medication and walking. since he could not go walking for the past one month because of vertigo, initially we thought the stomach bloating is tummy.
My husband's stomach gets bloated and very hard after eating. When he lies down, gerd starts and needs to sleep in our reclining chair. He has had colonoscopy and endoscopy and found nothing. What could be causing this. He is taking protonix and has taken prevacid previously. He also gets a sharp pain under his left rib cage.
Type your anPeople who complain about flabby middles may have stomach bloating problems without even realizing it. Stomach exercises won't do a thing for your bloating, so it's important to determine how much of your problem stems from this common occurrence. Sometimes it can be difficult to tell if the bulge in your stomach is caused more by fat, bloating or both. Generally, if you are obese because of a bad diet then it's probably safe to assume that you are experiencing both...
I have also been diagnosed with IBS. However I start bloating about 10-20 minutes after eating. Sometimes the bloating is so severe it causes me to have shortness of breath. Currently I am taking Prilosec to see if the dyspnea will go away. The doctor has done a bacterial overgrowth test that was negative. I am scheduled for a Gastric Emptying study next week. Is there other things that can be causing the bloating.
Is bloating a common feeling after eating, even a small meal? I'm going thru so many unknown feelings right now,I'm only 2 wks into tx. I think i had my first experience of either riba rage or brain fog; I dont know which or it was both. I woke feeling depressed and mad. Yelled at my husb. knowing darn well all was done that I asked. I felt like a feather; very light. Once I got off to work those feelings started to subside.
At my last appointment my doctor seemed to think that not much else could be done for me since my quality of life is not really severely affected, and he put me on a 6 month follow up (next appt. is not until July). Lately I have been bloating (sometimes severely) after eating carbs or sugary foods. I am never/rarely in pain, but it is quite uncomfortable to say the least. I also get pronounced borborygmus (sp?) or stomach rumbling soon after eating even a small amount of food.
For a while now my stomach has been getting a bloated feeling after eating and at some point i will almost always start getting a bunch of gas (flatulence) , This bloating usually happens after i eat, and it is especially noticable after i eat like my morning cereal or if i eat like oatmeal. Also when im eating sometimes it feels like i have to take deep breaths. My doctor thought it might be an ulcer or something, but i got a GI and it showed i digested fairly normally.
For a while now my stomach has been getting a bloated feeling after eating and at some point i will almost always start getting a bunch of gas (flatulence) , This bloating usually happens after i eat, and it is especially noticable after i eat like my morning cereal or if i eat like oatmeal. Also when im eating sometimes it feels like i have to take deep breaths. My doctor thought it might be an ulcer or something, but i got a GI and it showed i digested fairly normally.
however, nearly every day since then, i keep getting a decent amount of pain after eating, and a very distended stomach, both upper and lower. i also have some pain underneath my right rib. it's not a dull gnawing pain, but really more of a sharp pain. it feels like gas, and it comes immediately after eating much of anything. but even when i pass some gas it doesn't seem to go away. my bowel movements have been fairly normal i think. this doesn't stop me from having an appetite, however.
I have had stomach issue for 10 days. On day 1 and day 4 I had very sharp pain on my stomach, upper central abdominal. I had bad pain, but not as bad as the other two days on day 8 as well. Almost after every meal, I have had some stomach discomfort, ranging from light to medium degree. I have been on Apo-Esomeprazole since Day 5. I did blood test on day 5 in a walk-in clinic, but haven't heard back. The discomport is better if I only have soup. What might be the cause and what should I do?
I noticed that after I was diagnosed to having two blocked arteries, I experienced this bloating of my stomach (from 32 inches its now 38 1/4 inches) in just about five months. I am also taking maintenance medicines for my heart, high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes. My doctor did not say anything about my problem when asked. Can you please help me with my problem. What is also irritating is I have difficulty in breathing every time I bend. Thank you.
I too have COPD. My stomach will go from relatively flat, to filling like a balloon after eating. I am certain all the cures mentioned by others do work. For myself, I just try to eat a number of light meals throughout the day. They say with COPD, to eat 6 small meals a day. For me, when I get bloated like that, breathing becomes more difficult as well. I do have GERD. Was diagnosed many years ago with it and I do have IBS as well.
I am and have been for more than a year now been suffering with what can best be described at horrible stomach gas. Burping and flatulence constantly. Stomach rumbling. No other symptoms to speak of. No loss of appetite. No real pain, just discomfort. Bowel movements are relatively normal. I have had colonoscopy, endoscopy, cat scan, mri, blood test, with no diagnosis. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
What else, I do not know. Pain begins after eating, with pain in stomach area then back up in esoph, when food starts backing up into the esoph...sometimes regurgitates. Pain lasts for about two hours then subsides once she regurgitates or tries to get through light pain from fluids. No further diarrhea but does have some with new med she is taking. She does have some "bloat feeling" after eating solid food, of course.
What it could be a stomach pain that gets worse after eating? And also feeling the intestine bloated?
I usually have several outbreaks of pain per day, and it goes from feeling 95% normal to excruciating pain. It almost feels as though my stomach is full to overflowing with stomach acid - if I lay on my left side, the left side of my stomach hurts, and vice versa. If I lay on my back, the back of my stomach hurts, and vice versa. I'm hungry at times, but the hunger is mixed in with pain, which makes me very wary of eating anything. When I do eat, I severely regret it within an hour or two.
I've been getting pretty severe stomach aches (starting around 5 months ago) only before meals, it's definitely not just normal hunger as I'm eating the same amount/stuff I've always had. The pain had been just below the belly button but lately its near my lower right abdominal. Even after I've eaten I get a acidic feeling in my lower throat maybe 30-90 mins post meal.
Ovarian cysts cause abdominal pain where they are located, digestive pain after eating a large meal, leg and back pain, constipation, bloating, fatigue, irregular periods, among the most noticeable symptoms.
The pain was unbearable, but eventually subsided after 12 long hours of agony. My stomach still feels tender, and I am extremely nervous that the pain will rear it's ugly head! The pain feels like trapped air underneath the rib cage. This is also accompanied by cramping. The pain also radiates to my back as well. I feel like I want to vomit, but can't. I also feel the urge to use the restroom (#2) but can't, (I've been constipated for the last 4 days.
When one eats, air goes down with the food and drink. If you are swallowing alot of air, the stomach may "bloat" until the air leaves with the food into the small intestine or you burp. This especially happens with one eats too fast or doesn't chew enough. Try slowing down the eating by chewing slowly or count the chews to 15/20 times before swallowing. Avoid swallowing food with fluids, but chew and swallow completely before drinking.
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