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Why do I have a feeling of food being stuck in the upper part off the stomach ?

Every time I eat it feels like the food is stuck in the upper part of my stomach . I can t use the restroom unless I take laxatives and it still doesn t help alot? How can I fix this or what s causing it?
Asked On : Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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You appear to have Chronic constipation with laxative dependence. //and ? spastic colon/
You can retrain your Bowels using high fiber diet, control high refined foods, and do regular excercise.
Take a balanced diet and do some excercise. Eat moderately and take fluids enough to keep well.
If this doesnot stop your spastic colon needs to be treated while investigation if you have any specific food allergy. or if you are on any medications like Tricyclic antidepressants or atropine like drugs.
Doing daily brisk walk and regular yoga and excer cise will keep your problem at bay.

if this doesnot help you may need to check on diabetes, and other metabolic disorders.
Answered: Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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