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Forum Name: Gastroenterology Topics
|bellavdope - Sun Oct 21, 2007 8:04 pm|
For the past few weeks i have been feeling like whenever i eat...even small amounts of food i find myself feeling overstuffed and feeling like i just ate even hours lafter the meal.I also suffer from random vomiting spells after i eat and notice that i have not been having the urge to make a bowel movement and i am extremely bloated around my stomach most of the time...is there any specific name for the symptoms i have and what can i do to fix this problem???
|SirWence - Mon Oct 22, 2007 12:30 pm|
It sounds like it could be gastroparesis, you should get yourself checked out.
|bunny007 - Mon Oct 22, 2007 12:48 pm|
2 days ago I developed similar symptoms. I have horrible hunger pains, but as soon as I eat even a tiny amount I feel extremely full and the pains get even worse. My stomach bloats up terribly. I am having somewhat regular bowel movements, though more often than usual. I have not changed my diet in the last few weeks., last night I had a bowl of soup and ate about 1/4 cup before I felt like I had eaten a 16 oz steak. The feeling lasts for a couple hours. I can't even drink water without getting the same feeling.
any advice would be great. I am uninsured and living abroad right now. I am a 38 year old female with a family history of diabetis and gall bladder disease.
|Nanse - Wed Nov 21, 2007 3:51 am|
Please check out pancreatitis symptoms. Much of what you describe in these posts sound like symptoms of pancreatitis.
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