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Having bubbling in stomach. Smelly stools. Suggest

When I lay down to sleep, my stomack starts bubbling and have gases. It is more intense when I consume fatty foods earlier that day. Then I get strange taste in my mouth, and nose begins to run just a little. After that I cant sleep, and the next day I feel ill, like having a temperature (but I am not). In the afternoon I sudenly begin to feel normal. My stool smells strange and is not quite solid. What may be going on here
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Hi, thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Over feeding ( eating ) is the root cause of many diseases.
Same thing is in your case.
When you eats fatty food the next day you feel bubbling and gas formation according to you ( Hyper acidity and gastritis is the main reason of bubbling and gas)
Fat is the richest source of energy ( calories) i.e 100 grams of fat produces 900 -1000 calories and those who live a sedentary ( chair work i.e. mind game (brain work) life require only 1400 -1500 calories.
When you eats fatty food than extra calories will produces in your body and that extra calories will from a pot belly ( tummy abdomen).
Fatty food produces ketones , cause of peculiar smell which you are feeling.
So control your diet.
Have a healthy diet. Good luck Dr. HET
Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Jose Ignacio Artero Munoz's  Response
Hello. Diagnosis possible is Dyspepsia.
Dyspepsia in people under 50 years without alarm symptoms (fatigue, weight loss, loss of appetite) is not worrisome.
Dyspepsia occurs decreased motility of the stomach and intestine, so you have bubbling,gases and
strange taste in mouth.(The food flows back from the stomach into esophagus)
Go to your doctor, he will make exploration and may prescribe a digestive motility stimulant.
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