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Abdominal Bloating, A Simple Guide To The Condition, Diagnosis, Treatment And Related Conditions

Până la Kenneth Kee

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This book describes AbdominalThe stomach experiences fullness and tightness.
It may be uncomfortable or painful.
The stomach may really appear bigger.
It can cause the clothes fit tighter.
Bloating is a very frequent and subjective illness which can involve patients of all ages.
It can be linked with any of the causes of abdominal bloating but it is most often linked with irritable bowel syndrome.
Bloating can have a most important force both socially and psychologically.
It is not totally understood and often inadequately treated.
New diet restriction methods may be helpful
Causes:
Gas and air
Gas is the most frequent cause of bloating, particularly after eating.
Gas collects in the digesti Bloating, Diagnosis and Treatment and Related Diseases
Abdominal Bloating happens in the abdomen (stomach).
It happens when the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is full of air or gas.
When the patient is bloated, the patient feels as if he or she has eaten a big meal and there is no room in the stomach.
ve tract when undigested food becomes broken down or when the patient swallows air.
Every person swallows air when they eat or drink.
But some people can gulp down more than others, particularly if they are:
1. Eating or drinking too fast
2. Chewing gum
3. Smoking
4. Wearing loose dentures
Burping and flatulence are 2 ways swallowed air exits the body.
Delayed emptying of the stomach (slow gas transport) besides gas accumulation can also cause distension and abdominal bloating.
Other causes of bloating may be because of medical disorders.
1. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
2. Inflammatory bowel disease, such as ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease
3. Other functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs)
4. Heartburn
5. Food intolerance
6. Weight gain
7. Hormonal flux (especially for women)
8. Giardiasis (intestinal parasite infection)
9. Eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa
10. Mental health factors such as stress, anxiety, depression, and more
11. Some medicines
These disorders cause factors that add to gas and bloating, such as:
1. Overgrowth or deficiency of bacteria within the GI tract
2. Gas accumulation
3. Altered gut motility
4. Impaired gas transit
5. Abnormal abdominal reflexes
6. Visceral hypersensitivity (feeling of bloating in small or even normal body changes)
7. Food and carbohydrate malabsorption
8. Constipation
Serious causes
1. Pathologic fluid collection in the abdominal cavity (ascites) as a result of cancer (e.g., ovarian cancer), liver disease, kidney failure, or congestive heart failure
2. Celiac disease or gluten intolerance
3. Pancreatic insufficiency, which is impaired digestion because the pancreas cannot produce enough digestive enzymes
4. Perforation of the GI tract with escape of gas, normal GI tract bacteria, and other contents into the abdominal cavity
Symptoms
Abdominal bloating happens when the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is full with air or gas.
Most people portray bloating as feeling full, tight, or swollen in the abdomen.
The abdomen may also be swollen (distended), hard, and painful.
Bloating is often accompanied by:
1. Pain
2. Excessive gas (flatulence)
3. Frequent burping or belching
4. Abdominal rumbling or gurgles
Abdominal bloating can disrupt the ability to work and take part in social or recreational activities.
People who have abdominal bloating use more sick days, visit the doctor oftener, and take more medicines than other people.
Bloating is frequent among both adults and children.
Treatments to prevent or relieve bloating
Lifestyle changes - stop smoking, proper diet
Massages - sometimes help in mild cases
Medicines - charcoal, simethicone, antibiotics

TABLE OF CONTENT
Introduction
Chapter 1 Abdomina

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