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Stomach pains after lying down after food. Pain eases after passing wind. How to cure?

Hi for years now at times i suffer awful stomach pain high up in the tummy. i find it happens sometimes if i lie down short time after tummy swells up and pain becomes severe i have to curl up and after some 15 minutes or more with the releasement of wind the pain eases a bit. it is also sore to touch if i press in . can u help please
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Dear. It sounds to me like typical stomach disorders such as gastritis, GERD or hiatal hernia. It causes abdominal bloating and distension,especially after meal. So if you want to find it out then do gastroscopy and stomach biopsy. Till that you need to change your dietary, eat more fruit and green, less alcohol smoking and fast food. Also after meal dont lay or sit. Just walk or stand for a while, until food pass through the stomach and duodenum. When you lay try to be on your right side.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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