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Feeling bloated, abdominal pain after eating scrambled eggs. Severe sweating. Possible reason?

about an hour after eating scrambled eggs i became very bloated and developed an abdominal pain which became severe . Felt I was going to faint. Lay on the floor in a flow of cold air and it passed in 15 min . Was fine afterwards. I sweat so badly from my forehead during the episode that it soaked my shirt where my head was resting. Any ideas
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Apr 2013

Hi. It sounds to me like gastritis attack especially if this already happened. Also GERD or hiatala hernia. You can do gastroscopy to evaluate how serious it is. Till that just avoid hard food and alcohol, coffee. Eat milk products and fruit. Also lay with your upper body elevated. You can try taking some other antiacid drugs such as pantoprasole or antacides. Also you IBD should be sonsidered. You simly need to find what food triggers these symptoms and avoid it. If pain persist then some more serious disorders need to be ruled out.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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