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Girl with very bloated stomach.

This is me bloating my stomach with water. Includes sucking in my stomach and stomach pains. The before shot shows my belly completely empty and the after shots show my belly with 3 litres of water inside it! 2 of the 3 litres were drank slowly over a few hours and the final litre was chugged right before filming. Sorry it’s not that long – my bladder was feeling pretty painful aswell. I woke up in the night with stomach pain and filmed this aswell. Also at the end of this video is a recording of the noises my stomach was making in the night.

Can someone please help me with a question about Midol and Ibuprofen?

Hi, I use medications with ibuprofen like Motrin and Advil to deal with cramps. However, I have recently noticed that I suffer from quite a bit of bloating also so I’m thinking about switching to Midol which is also supposed to help with bloat and fatigue. One thing I’ve noticed about Midol is that it does not use ibuprofen for pain relief, it uses something called Acetaminophen. Anyway I usually take 1 or 2 200 mg of ibuprofen to deal with the pain but Midol uses 500 mg of Acetaminophen for each gelcap. Does anyone know if the two drugs have equal pain relieving power? Thanks, your answers are much appreciated.
I did say I’m planning on switching to Midol not taking both and I’ve gone to Midol.com but I’m trying to find out if ibuprophen and acetaminophen have equal pain relieving power or do you have to take more or less.

Heavy bloating in Upper Stomach, please advise?

Hi All,
I am 22 weeks by now. from 1 month I am suffering with bloated stomach but doesn’t have any pain (very little sometime).
From 3 days my stomach not giving relief from bloating and looks like 9th month stomach (only upper one). I feel moments in lower stomach. I went to doctor and said to try some Gas and Constipation medicine, but I don’t see any difference yet.
Does anyone had the same thing? please advise what should I do?
I am really worried, and I feel baby can’t move in upper stomach as it is bloated and very hard to. and I am taking very small amounts of foods in every 2-3 hrs gap and taking lots of fluids. but no change.

Another problem is if I walk my stomach is getting more hard and bloat. and I am sleeping on my left side.

Please advise, Thanks

Isn't ERA an overrated stat in regards to determining how effective a relief pitcher is?

Of course it’s important in it’s own right. I’m just wondering though, what happens when a pitcher who is used as a specialist has one rough outing.

If he pitches 1/3 or 2/3 of an inning normally, one bad outing can bloat his ERA for weeks, if not months.

A starter has a chance to pitch often and many innings, but a short middle reliever will live with any mistake for a while.

What is the difference between early pregnancy bloated and any other time bloating?

Is pregnancy bloat more rounded? if so in what way? does it bloat at the top and the bottom? below the belly button? if its just normal bloating will it feel different to the touch then early period bloating? Anything you know will help [=
oops.. i mean if its just normal bloating then will it feel different to the touch… different from pregnancy bloating, not period…

How to relieve bloating and swelling from eating too much fibre?

I’ve ate loads of fiber today – brown bread, bran flakes, fruit, cereal bars, more brown bread, more bran flakes. I didn’t realise until my stomach began to bloat and swell! I’ve also drank quite a bit of water. How can I relieve the bloating and have my stomach back to normal for tomorrow as I have a party?

Bloated Beer Gut Frat Boys 7

I love to see straight young college jocks lifting their shirts and rubbing each other’s growing gut. It seems to be the latest trend on the college campus. Bloating bellies with beer bongs to expand the gut. Encouragers push the skinny jocks to drink more and fill up their gut till it sticks out like a balloon ready to bust. Summer time is best because the hot frat guys usually party nearly naked and take pictures of each other, probably so they can go home and fantasize about their buddy and his fat bloated belly.

How To Get Rid Of Stomach Bloating On A Raw Food Diet, Ep160

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Bloated Belly – 3 Reasons Behind A Bloated Belly

A bloated belly will make you feel uncomfortable and sometimes can be very painful.  Also, a bloated tummy can make the most confident person feel self conscious about themselves…especially when you cannot fit into your pants.   Stomach bloating can occur very quickly, and without any warning.

Bloating is, in very easy terminology, swelling that result from fluid or air. Any time it happens within the abdominal region, the trigger is most often intestinal tract gas, but you can find other culprits as well. Practically everyone will suffer from the outcomes of bloating every now and again in their life, either as a direct result of an intolerance to several foods substance, by their diet or in the way that they eat or drink. Right here are some from the reasons:

1. Numerous of the meals we consume these days are processed with several additives to enhance shelf life, taste, texture and general high quality from the foods. With numerous people weight conscious in the present culture, a large percentage of food items we buy are offered as sugar free. So that you can maintain the sweetness that makes particular popular treats like gum so desirable yet does not contain sugar, additives like sorbitol are added.

This additive, nevertheless, cannot be absorbed by the body. Sorbitol makes its way into the digestive system, ultimately arriving in the colon where several kinds of necessary bacteria reside. The sorbitol is broken down in the intestinal tract in a procedure called fermentation which in turn produces intestinal gas. The more sorbitol that’s ingested, the more gas is produced.

Exactly the same situation can be created by lactose, a milk glucose that’s discovered in numerous foods, especially dessert meals and dairy products. Lactose isn’t well tolerated by the physique, and is passed undigested to the colon where the break down of the substance is converted into gas. The gas infiltrates the gut, leading to a bloated belly that is unsightly.and uncomfortable to boot.

2. Your diet is also largely accountable for abdominal bloating. Gas is once again the reason behind stomach bloating, as foods that are eaten normally make digestion difficult due to their composition. Meals that are high in fiber are by nature gas creating, and should be introduced slowly into the diet so it can be better accepted by the body.

Many fruits and some vegetables have larger concentrations of organic sugar known as fructose and, when eaten in large quantities over a short time period, the fructose might not be broken down completely and pass through towards the colon wherever it ferments and creates excessive gasses.

Carbonated drinks, such as the popular soda pops and sparkling waters and spritzers are often the explanation behind a bloated belly with the average individual drinking at least one carbonated drink every day.

3. It ought to be unexpected that, in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, that the majority of people don’t take the proper care when they consume food or drink. A frequent sight in today’s world is that of a commuter driving to work having a fast foods burger in one hand and a paper cup containing a soft drink within the other.

Scarfing down meals as fast as possible within short time frames are becoming more and more mainstream; this is usually accompanied by large quantities of air being swallowed together with the meal. This excessive air intake has nowhere to go, and quickly penetrates the abdominal area, bulging it out in bloat. Passing this air back again out of the body is the only relief from the pains that inevitably adhere to it.

The good news is always that it’s possible to prevent the discomfort and bloated belly feeling. Merely avoiding those foods containing the additives that create the discomfort, progressively adding fiber rich foods in your diet and getting the time to eat and drink in leisure will decrease the chance of gas accumulating within the gut, thereby getting rid of the dreaded bloating of the belly.