just yesterday til now i've been feeling like I don't have much appetite, nausea, feeling full and my tummy keeps on having borborygmus (or is it called spasm? like i hear noise from my tummy, even if i've eaten already), sometimes my tummy hurts like for 1 or 2 minutes, like you feel you're going to defacate, then will occur after few hours, or when i eat or drink something. then i kinda kept burping or having gas.
just for your references/infos:
-The last thing i remember that i ate was yogurt and a certain food that has raw onion...and i've been doing crunches twice a day for five days already.
-had my period 12 days ago.
-having allergies lately
p.s. I never starve myself nor skip meals just in case you might ask.
Without an evaluation it would be difficult to determine the cause of your symptoms. Possibilities include gastric inflammation/ gastritis, GI infections, side effect of a few medications etc. I would suggest taking cold milk or some OTC antacid along with an anti-emetic ti help with the nausea and see if these seems to help. Eat at regular intervals and avoid spicy food. I would also suggest getting this evaluated by a primary care physician or a gastroenterologist if the symptoms continue or recur.
Hope this is helpful.
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