Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis
Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD)
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). What causes IBS is not known, but it’s frequently the reason for complaints of bloating. The bloating may be due to abnormal movements of the digestive muscles or it may be due to an oversensitivity that causes normal amounts of intestinal gas to feel uncomfortable or painful. Indigestion is a symptom of other conditions, so treatment usually depends upon the cause.
I also bled a lot while on these pills which didn’t happen ever before on the other 3 month packs. I started the throwing up a month after i started the new brand & the throwing up only went on for about 2 weeks.
Headaches, chest pain on the left side, ear pain, psoriasis, arthritis, and sinus issues. Since I stopped eating starches, beans, breads, pastas, and only a little meat once a week WITH the betaine, my symptoms dissapeared!
Remember, proteins are tough to digest if your stomach acid is low too. If you find that you digest your meal well and feel great afterward, chances are that you needed the extra HCl. Whether it is low stomach acid, too many starchy foods that feed bacteria, or a combination of these factors, once bacteria have the opportunity, they will multiply as as possible quickly.
How Is the Cause of Indigestion Diagnosed?
Do not be surprised that you can have low stomach acid yet suffer from heartburn. Heartburn is not an indication that you have lots of acid. It is only an indication that there is a nagging problem with stomach lining, due to high possibly, low or wrong timing of acid production.
Pain in the stomach area can be as simple as a belly ache or it can be life-threatening. How can you know for certain if your abdominal pain a symptom of a serious condition? When you experience abdominal pain, you should call your doctor to make an appointment for an evaluation. You can improve your digestion and your stress by making sure you have enough stomach acid.
When IAP increases, it pushes against the lower esophagealsphincter (LES). When the LES opens because of the pressure and even a microscopic amount of acid touches the inside of your esophagus it can produce large amounts of pain and burning. This is because the esophagus is not protected like the stomach from high acid levels.
Other conditions like abdominal hernias, masses in the GI tract, abdominal adhesions, and dumping syndrome can affect the way gas moves through the intestines. Distended abdomen, feeling like you ate too much, feeling like you are full of excessive gas. What causes these symptoms? There are many reasons for a swollen belly that feels too full. Several health conditions including irritable bowel syndrome, acid reflux, and celiac disease may cause it.