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Eating produces cramps, no ulcer or gall bladder. Upper scope test done. Suggestions?

Everytime I eat my stomach feels uncomfortable and I feel cramped sometimes. Usually the only way to ease the pain is to make myself burp by taking tums or prescription antacids. But, I just got back from having an upper scope and other tests done. No gallblader or pancreas issues. No stomach ulcer or swelling inside the stomach of anykind. I m not lactose or gluten intolerent. So.....I don t know anymore.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Thanks for the query

The cramps produced sometimes are a result of the gas accumulation in the fundus that relieves with burp or due to low gastric motility causing gases accumulation in the intestine and causes spasm and produces spasms. try using gastric motility enhancer like metachlopromide and antispasmodics like domeperidone

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