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Frequent gas issues, headaches while in school, watery stools. Cause?

Hello I m 16 years old and I m always experiencing gas problems. I always have to pass gas or go to the bathroom to release my bowls. The main thing that bothers me is that almost after every class ot during I have to make sure I go to the bathroom to make sure I pass out as much gas as possible or poop so that during my next class I don t get gassy and sick. These symptops have been going on every since I was in about 8th grade and now I m in my sophomore year of high school. Also every day around 2-3pm I experience these really bad headaches . But this usually happens in school, never on the weekends or vacations. Ive been very tired lately too because I m up till about 10pm doing homework and don t actually fall asleep till about 10:30 the latest, and I wake up every morning at 5. On the date I barely get homework I try to go to sleep as soon I get home so that I could try to make up for the sleep that I lost and I do the same on the weekends. There s really nothing else to it. Also when I poop it doesn t seem like the normal ones they are usually sort of like diarrhea but not as watery. Please get back to me soon I would love it . I hate being in school and in class and not being able to be comfortable because I m afraid of getting sick and have to go to the bathroom.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
from the description of your symptoms i think you are suffering from hyperacidity
i would suggest get your stool checked for a normal bacterial infection as well check for h- pylori infection which can bring about aacumulation of gas in the stomach.
it also depends what does your diet contain if you take alot of gasy foods oily foods acidic and spicy foods or keep your self hungry for long periods the above problem can come.
would suggest visit a hospital and get these done and let the doctor prescribe you some antiacids to alleviate your problem
hope to have answered your query
get well soon. takecare.
Answered: Tue, 5 Feb 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Packriswamy Sambangi's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
An adult produces two gallons of FLATUS or intestinal GAS daily.,which is expelled a part by the rectum and the other is reabsorbed by the body. Hydrogen and Carbon dioxide are produced by colon bacteria in the presence of poorly absorbed Carbohydrates.
2.The consumption of certain foods such as Carbonated Drinks , Onion , Milk products, Nuts and Wheat products.
3. Anxiety and Stress , Head ache.
So that , My advice is ,
1.Eat smaller amount , instead of three large meals and avoid high -fat meals.
2.Avoid lying down after eating.
3.Relaxation techniques may help to reduce anxiety and head ache.
The option of Treatment is,
1.Drink Lemon juice with two spoon Honey add in a glass of water at each meal.
2.Take 10 grams of ASHTA CHURNA after each meal with warm water.
3.Take LIV.52 tablets three times a day before meals.
It is important to remember that gas and bloating are vague symptoms that can be associated with many medical diseases. So that , consultation with your Family Physician is always important.
Answered: Tue, 5 Feb 2013
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