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Excess production of gas post eating, feeling hungry, gastric irritation, loose stools. Cure?

iam having excess production of gas after eating any kind of food . i possess a very strong immunity and a good stomache due to which i could eat anything , but since 4-5 months despite eating a lot during the night , i have a gastric irritation in the stomache and i feel hungry again. at times due to the gastric irritation , i have loose motion problems as well ,as a result i need to go to the bathroom twice or thrice. please help me out
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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Gas is not produced in the stomach! - It is the swallowed air that gets trapped in the stomach, causes belching - changing the eating pattern will help
But it could be produced lower down, in the intestine - causes farting.
You could be having gastritis or IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) / at times infection of infestation.
Stool analysis / endoscopy (upper and lower) - can elucidate diagnosis
A gastro-enterologist is the proper person for assessment and assistance
Wish you a speedy recovery
Good luck
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