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Gas cramps after having food - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Digestion and Bowels
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello?
Doctor :   How can I helpy u]
User :   well I'm having symptoms and I don't know whats wrong
Doctor :   Can you please login again
Doctor :   with in a min
User :   I'm having bad gas cramps
Doctor :   Sorry for the inconvenience
Doctor :   Please login again
User :   what do you mean by login?
Doctor :   Hi again
User :   hello
Doctor :   Continue
Doctor :   with the questions
User :   okay, well I'm having bad gas cramps and I don't know what the cause is
Doctor :   For Administrative and health purposes, Please provide these details -Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status
User :   Age: 15 Gender: FemaLe
User :   Occupation: Student Location: Home
Doctor :   Location is the city
User :   oh I'm sorry,
Doctor :   How long you hve this problem
User :   For about 2 to 3 weeks. It has been on and off
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Do you have indigestion problem too
User :   Could you be more specific please?
Doctor :   Do you feel full stomach even after having a lite meal
User :   yes sometimes. Most of the time, no.
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   When do you get the gas cramps
Doctor :   in the day any specific time you noticed?
Doctor :   with relation to food or some activity?
User :   Well I do get them in the morning, when I get ready for school. And sometimes during the evening
Doctor :   do you mean after the breakfast
User :   Yes, but lately I haven't had them in the morning, and I thought it was because I've been eating more at breakfast.
User :   Beforee, i wouldn't eat breakfast and it would be bad.
Doctor :   Thats a good sign
Doctor :   You should have good amount at bfast
User :   yes. But I still don't understand what's causing it
Doctor :   So do yoiu mean that you dont have them now
Doctor :   The empty stomach releases the juices that increase th4e motility of the intestine
User :   well I just finished dinner about 30 minutes ago and I had to use the bathroom a couple of times
Doctor :   So the empty stomach causes such problems
Doctor :   Good breakfast
User :   I'm not so sure it is empty stomach
Doctor :   is imp at this age
User :   I eat alt throughout the day
User :   *alot
Doctor :   But you said the after having bfast lately you dont have this problem
User :   yes. But that was in the morning. In the evening they can be pretty bad, and when I'm at school after lunch they can hurt.
Doctor :   Ok what is the quality of pain you have
Doctor :   pressing or burning
User :   pressing
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   I dont have the idea of OTC medicines in your country
Doctor :   however you should take digestive supplements 20 minutes beofre every meal you take
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   Please take some digestive supple
Doctor :   before the food
Doctor :   and try this for one week
User :   alright thanks alot
Doctor :   if you can get relief that ifne
Doctor :   otherwise
User :   for the help
Doctor :   see the doc
Doctor :   did yoiu fill the form i sent
User :   okay. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
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