It seems that 90% of the time right after I eat my stomach (lower right quadrant) constantly rumbles and makes a lot of gurgeling noises. This last probably an hour after I eat. It doesn't matter if I eat something small or a large meal or spicy or mild.
Lately I've been more hungry than normal. My routine is: protien shake at 7:30am then a banana around 9:30 then I'm hungray again at 11:30. I eat lunch at 12:30 then by 4:30 I'm hungry again, but don't eat until 8 p.m. and I wake up starving.
I've gained 10 lbs in 6 months (mostly in the last 3 months). I can't seem to get filled up.
Frequent complaints attributed to gas are abdominal distension and crampy abdominal pain. Such pain may be perceived in areas that the gas may become trapped, such as bends in the colon, which occur naturally in the area under the liver (upper to mid right part of the abdomen), and in the area under the spleen (upper to mid left part of the abdomen).
There are several disorders that are related to increased gas/bloating:
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