A: Stay on the B.R.A.T diet. Bananas, rice, applesauce, and toast. it helps with this kind of sickness
Q: Stomach Problems?
a few months ago i would have a can of Vault soda and I would get remendous stomache aches. So I stopped drinking it and i havent gotten a stomache ache since. I drank a can of mountain dew today and my stomache killed! it went away and subconciously i just drank anohter can of mountain dew, several hours later, my stomache kills! i dont know why, it’s never done this before! diabetes runs in my family and i read somewhere that certain blood sugar levels can cause stomach problems, i dont know how true this is? is there anything else in the soda that can cause stomach problems?
sodium bezoate(to preserve freshness)?
Please help! my stomach kills!
i eat a lot of healthy food and had about 40 ounces of water (a little less than six cups) and ate a healthy dinner so
A: ask a doctor?
Q: stomach problems?
i have been having problems with my stomach since last September. my stomach is very active and very loud, although there is no sever pain, there is a dull pain and i become very drained as it can last for approx 3 hrs. i become neuseas,sweat and visit the loo quite a lot. i also take a headache which again is not severe, just dull pain to front of head. i have been to the doctor twice and various samples have been taken but nothing has been found. i am middle aged, eat a fairly good diet and have always been in good health, but over the past 12 months i seem to be piling on the pounds, does anyone have any suggestions as to what it might be.
A: its inevitable to put on weight in middle age as metabolism slows down. however if u feel its due to medical problem then need to see doc again and ask for 2nd opinion. u could be suffering from something like irritable bowel or diverticulitis but u would need to have tests and have it confirmed . the other thing it could possible be i guess is an allergy does this happen every time u eat a certain thing? it would be worth keeping a food diary and noting when u have these attacks and showing it to the doctor. hope u manage to get it sorted.
Q: STOMACh PROBLEMS?
my stomach has been hurting.where my surgery line is. but i had surgery when i was 5 im now 17. everytime i take a sip of something it burns and kinda makes me tense up. the surgery line is 2 inches above my belly buttom and a little to the right. whats wrng? i had surgery because everytime i swolloed sometime it came back up
A: ahhhhhhhhhhh i dont want u to die =’[
Q: STOMACH PROBLEMs?
my stomach has been hurting.where my surgery line is. but i had surgery when i was born. im now 17. everytime i take a sip of something it burns and kinda makes me tense up. the surgery line is 2 inches above my belly buttom and a little to the right. whats wrng? i had surgery because everytime i swolloed something it came back up. im really worried sometime is badly wrng. even though i am going to docotr in a hour i still wanna get a idea whats wrng
A: ur tummy is gonna die
Q: What do I do about recurring stomach problems?
I,ve had problems for a few weeks with pain and vomiting from my stomach and oesophagus. Its no fun and I can,t just eat what I want. A couple of times my stomach has cramped and thrown back contents after some food like salads. How long does inflammation take to heal up?
A: Jul id e, Have you been tested for acid reflux disease? It sounds like it, I had to be tube fed the whole year of 2007, I could not keep anything down and as it turned out I had it, I would throw up food I had eaten the day before, now my diet is very strict. Find a gastric doctor he will go down your throat with a small camera thru the esophagus and see what the problrem is, don’t worry you will be asleep, I would go before it gets really bad. Good Luck Rita V
Q: What should I do in order to prevent having stomach problems when traveling in Mexico?
I am planning to visit Mexico for vacation. And everytime I go I get stomach problems and I want to prevent it from happening again. Should I have some vaccines or what other things should I do?
A: This is what I do when traveling and so far I’ve had no problems.
Try to drink bottled water (club soda or mineral water). Also use the bottled water to brush your teeth.
Clip your fingernails short and wash your hands often, be sure to clean under nails with a brush.
Eat food that has just been cooked and be sure it’s been cooked thoroughly. Avoid street vendors unless the food is piping hot. Avoid any raw fruits or vegetables unless you can clean them in safe water or peel them.
Drink a couple of glasses or white wine before or with meals. White wine lowers the PH of the stomach and makes it harder for any bug to survive.
Q: What is a natural cure for stomach problems and ulcers?
I have had stomach problems since a small boy and antacids and etc no longer help I want to find a cure.
A: FORGOT…TRY ROLAID SOFT CHEWS..MY HUSBAND GETS REALLY BAD STOMACH PROBLEMS AND THEM ARE THE ONLY THING THAT HELP HIM! HE WAS EATING LIKE 5 OF THE REGUAL ROLAID AND THEY DID NOTHING, YOU HAVE TO GET THE SOFT CHEWS THEYA RE THE BEST,GOOD LUCK:)
—Fresh cabbage juice is an excellent ulcer treatment. It produces an amino acid that increases blood flow to the lining of the stomach and helps to strengthen it. For those who prefer eating cabbage, only raw cabbage should be used to be effective.
—Active Manuka honey is another effective treatment for ulcers. This raw honey may be purchased in health food stores. Honey has been used for hundreds of years as a topical preparation to promote the healing of wounds. Ingested, it heals and strengthens the stomach lining
and kills harmful bacteria.
—Unripe plantains promote strong stomach linings by producing a mucoid substance that coats the stomach lining, giving it protection against acids. Bananas offer protection in the same manner.
—Eating a diet that is fiber-rich is an added ulcer protection. Fruits, vegetables, legumes and whole grains produce substance which help to protect the stomach lining.
When a person who has peptic ulcer disease is taking any regular medication, either over-the-counter or prescribed by a doctor, a physician should be consulted before embarking on any self treatment program because of possible drug reactions
Q: Any way to prevent chili peppers from causing stomach problems?
My girlfriend recently moved to China. Although we previously ate lots of spicy foods in the U.S., she has found that the small red chili peppers in many Chinese foods (especially Hunan food) consistently give her stomach problems– even though she loves eating it. The Sichuan pepper corn does not have this effect.
Since the red chili pepper is widely used in China, it’s hard to avoid when living here.
Is there any remedy? Anything you can eat before, during, or after chili peppers to avoid stomach upset?
A: Mexicans can eat hot chilis, they have been known to drink milk or eat other dairy products to counter-act the heat. I would advise not drinking raw milk as the chili spice can interact with natural milk enzymes resulting in painful gas and cramps. If you go to an Indian restaurant, they usually have a container of raita, a yogurt salad, that is very good for cutting the heat. I always get a small bowl of it before I eat a bite of anything and have it just in case I start burning. I had heartburn problems many months, and found out that taking a spoonful of real honey in a cup of warm water and drinking it took the burning away quickly.
Q: What is the best cookbook for someone who needs to eat healthier due to stomach problems?
Looking for a good healthy cookbook. Two relatives have stomach problems (GERD, etc) and now my stomach is starting to act up. I try and eat healthy already but should cut down on acidic foods.
A: Any of your favorite cookbooks can be used. Just begin to play with altering the recipes by eliminating and substituting ingredients that you can not have.
Most “conditions” have web sites that have suggestions and quite often recipes that will help. Well I checked and, well to put it bluntly there is not much info on recipes and from what I saw of what you should avoid there wouldn’t be much of a cook book.
The one thing I did see that you may want to try, if you are not already is to eat smaller portions more often.
Since you know what effects you the most I would try to adjust some of you favorite recipes and see if that helps.
Sorry couldn’t be of more help. Hopefully you can help prevent the actual diagnosis by watching what you do now.
Q: Can a small cyst be related to stomach problems?
I’ve been having terrible stomach problems, loss of appetite and significant weight loss recently with stomachaches with every meal. I also recently found a small cyst behind my ear. Could the two be related?
A: could be but doubtful unless its stress, go to the doc about the cyst
Q: What could be causing my stomach problems?
I have been having problems with my stomach for about 2 months. I am often nauseous all day. I have gotten heartburn a few times and thrown up into my mouth a few times (I know gross!). I also burp a lot. I’ve tried to notice if certain foods make it worse, cut back on smoking, etc. I did notice eating sometimes relieves my stomach for a few minutes. I have a doctor appointment in 2 weeks if this doesn’t get better. I think it could be an ulcer or GERD. Any ideas??
A: Until your appointment take something like gaviscom after eating. If your symptoms disappear this will be helpful info for the doctor.
Q: Can healthy diet and exercise really help with stomach problems/noises?
For the last year I’ve rarely eaten healthy, and rarely exercise. I’ve heard that if you start exercise and eating more nutritiously, then the stomach problems/noises will settle down.
Is this true?
My stomach makes these noises like gurgling. And sometimes I feel gassy as random times and my stomach makes these weird deep sounds.
Q: what could the hospital do for stomach problems?
for 2 weeks now i’ve been having problems eating, im constantly nauseous and as someone who loves food, i’m disgusted by it. today i had a normal lunch, and felt disgusting after, and for dinner i had very little mashed potatos and bread, and now my stomach acids feel like they are ripping my insides apart. i feel like i havent digest food in 2 weeks. im getting worried, and considering the hospital tonight but what could they possibly do for me?
A: Dehydration is a possibility ~ some of the symptoms of dehydration are puffy bags under your eyes.. actually puffiness anywhere in your body, dark circles under your eyes,dizzy spells and loss of balance, constant yawning, headaches and migraines, nausea, cramping, constipation and bloating and foggy thinking, irritability and moodiness….. :0)
Are you sure you aren’t just dehydrated buddy?? Expecting your digestive system to digest food and transport essential vitamins and nutrients with no water in your system is an extremely huge ask ………… Water is imperative to life. Without water your body will have a terrible time breathing, digesting food, transporting nutrients, lubricating your joint sockets etc.etc.etc.etc……… nothing substitutes for water. your body needs at least 2 – 3 litres of water daily to function efficiently Geez, we need at least 2 litres daily just to maintain aspiration (to breathe)!! so drink up buddy.
Increase your intake of fresh filtered water 20 minutes before or after meals so as to enhance digestion rather than interfere with it …………… if you drink fluids during your meals it will only serve to dilute your digestive juices and hinder digestion.
also, try to cut back on drinks such as coffee, tea, alcohol, sodas and soft drinks (if you drink any of them) which will all do great job of dehydrating you and also of robbing you of your precious Bcomplex of vitamins which are so essential for healthy neural, immune and digestive functioning.
take care ofyou
Q: Does a goldendoodle have stomach problems?
Does a golden doodle have stomach problems. I have a goldendoodle and she does. Does it occur normally?
Just to let everyone know, she is only 2 things, a golden and a poodle.
She isn’t a mutt.
A mutt is a dog with many many different kids of types in it. A goldendoodle is only 2.
A: Sorry, but a goldendoodle is a mutt. Any dog that is more than one breed is a mutt or mixed breed. Most these ‘designer’ breeds are bred in puppy mills and/or backyard breeders trying to make a buck off people like you. So, the pups are from poor quality dogs, raised in tiny cages, taken from their mothers and sibs way too young. It’s amazing they live at all and, yes, most have some sort of health problems. Most have many health problems over the course of their often times short lifes.
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