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Strange feeling in the chest with vomiting sensation and loose motions on eating post workout. Reason and how can I avoid this?

hay there i am 22 years medium built male i do cycling , light workout at home and swimming my problem is that usually after swimming and almost every time after workout i have this weird feeling in the chest region. its not painful but irritating as if some air has been trapped inside... it stay for 3-4 hours and if i eat anything during this time i feel like vomiting and the digestive process goes really slow. sometimes it also results in loose motions. i love to stay fit and healthy but this problem demotivates me from exercising regularly please do help and tell me the reason of this and how i can avoid it and the remedy if any thanks have a nice day
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
Hi there.

Do you have shortness of breath, nausea, burning sensation in the centre of the chest ?

It appears you could be having symptoms of esophago-gastritis. This is due to acidity. Avoid going for exercise empty stomach or with full meal. Eat light breakfast with fruits. Drink milk as well. This will help reduce those symptoms.

Avoid spicy, fatty, oily, junk food, smoking, caffeine, alcohol. All these can increase symptoms of gastritis.

Kindly take Capsule Omeprazole 20mg twice a day, half an hour before meal, only under medical supervision.

Kindly consult a Gastroenterologist to rule out gastritis and use endoscope to confirm if there is any ulcer as well.

Wishing good health.


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