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Stomach feels bloated, full and nauseous, headache, feels tired

Well I have been having these weird problems within my body. It s been going on for some time now. It s been months actually. I once was able to eat whatever whenever I want without a problem because of my fast metabolism . Now I eat something as little as a sandwich and I feel bloated, full, and nauseous. I ve also had headaches and was unbelievably tired. My last period was in February, but I m not sure the reasons for me feeling this way is because of that. When I tell someone they have no idea what I m talking about. And another thing, I m 16 and a virgin ... So I m definitely NOT pregnant!
Asked On : Wed, 25 Apr 2012
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Hi there.

Thanks for the query.

Do you have constipation or diarrhea ?

Usually feeling of bloating with headache goes in favour of gastritis. Here there will be burning upper abdominal pain occasionally, sometimes chest pain, feeling of bloating, indigestion and associated headaches.

Avoid spicy food, oily food, hard food, junk food, caffeine, colas, smoking and alcohol as all these are known to cause gastritis.

You may have food rich in proteins and fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. You can consume Yoghurt as you wish as it gives good relief for gastritis. Drink 1-2 litres of water daily.

You can try taking Capsule Omeprazole 20mg, under medical supervision, for twice a day, half an hour before meals. This will reduce acid secretion. If there is no relief kindly consult your Doctor immediately.

You can consult a Gastroenterologist to rule out gastritis, stomach ulcers or gall bladder problems.

Wishing speedy recovery.


Answered: Wed, 25 Apr 2012
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