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Distended stomach and abdomen symptoms

Everyday, usually by the afternoon my stomach and abdomen become extremely distended as if I was 6 months pregnant. This makes it hard take full breaths and so I sometimes get a mild panic attack as a result. I'm not sure what could be causing this. There is no pain in my stomach or addomen. By the evening time it goes back to normal again. I do have an endocrine disorder however I cannot find anything to link with this. Grateful for your advise
Asked On : Wed, 25 May 2011
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it seems to be due to gastritis can take antacid like pantop40 mg every morning before food. can you please mention the endocrine disorder you have.maintain a good life style. take regular small and frequent meals. drink alot of water. take more fruits. take regular sleep and avoid regular excercise.if you still not relieved better consult a physician and get evaluated.
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Answered: Wed, 25 May 2011
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