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Anything I eat feels bloated right below the rib cage, no pain. What's wrong ?

Hi doc, Last Thursday I was eatting breakfast which was a bacon egg and cheese on a bagel, usually they are not filling to me but that day it was. Ever since then I have the feeling of being bloated or being full. I still have an appetite , no pain, and still mobile. Anything I eat it feels like I just ate a full course meal. I workout a lot and you can see my abs but there is no lump or anything. The feeling of being bloated is right below my rib cage, the upper abdomen . I ran a mile today and it felt like it was bouncing with me while I ran. I can t for the life of me figure out what s wrong with me.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Thanks for posting your query.
I am Dr.Ratnakar and I am pleased to assist you.
You are having dyspeptic symptoms.
Check your blood glucose levels and also check for H.pylori infection.
You can find relief with medications like prilosec along with prokinetic medications.
Answered: Fri, 4 Oct 2013
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