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stomach pain after eating: causes, treatment, and ... - italian restaurant side dishes

by:Two Eight     2019-08-26
stomach pain after eating: causes, treatment, and ...  -  italian restaurant side dishes
Have you had any stomachache after dinner?
My friend Anne and I had dinner in a luxurious Italian restaurant the other night.
Our cuisine includes several dishes.
Appetizers with a variety of cooked meat, vegetables and cheese;
A caprese salad full of balsamic vinegar;
There is also a large and delicious pizza with bocconcini cheese balls, grilled zucchini and eggplant.
Needless to say, this meal died for it!
I tasted a little of every food, and Anne stuffed everything in.
Unfortunately, she had a stomachache after eating.
Especially the cramps in her abdomen.
She can't move for a few minutes.
"I think food is really going to die for it," she joked . ".
There may be many reasons for stomach pain after eating.
Some people are used to every meal, and stomach pain is almost part of their daily life.
"It's just a stomachache," you might say . ".
Yes, "stomachache" may be due to eating too much or too fast, but it may also be a sign of more serious health problems.
Let's take a look at the reasons for stomach pain after eating: 1.
Overeating: it can cause a stomachache when you eat too fast.
When you eat too much, you may not have time to chew the food well, and you may notice that the food usually disappears from your plate very quickly. 2.
Food intolerance: It is estimated that up to 20% of the population is not tolerant or sensitive to certain foods.
Stomach pains and cramps are common symptoms of food intolerance or sensitivity, often associated with dairy products, gluten, nuts, yeast, and tomatoes. 3.
Food allergies: dairy products, nuts, eggs, peanut butter, soy, corn, wheat and gluten are common food allergies that can cause symptoms such as stomach pains.
A diet that eliminates food or allergens
Specific immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibody tests can be performed to determine if you are allergic to a specific food or substance. 4.
Diarrhea: abdominal pain is a common symptom of diarrhea.
This condition is characterized by gluten sensitivity.
People with diarrhea will immediately respond to a specific protein found in gluten called gluten.
It exists in wheat, rye, barley, spelling, oats, and Kamut. 5.
Irritable bowel syndrome: it is a common intestinal disease that affects about 15% of the population.
Some symptoms include gas, swelling, diarrhea, constipation, cramps, abdominal pain, or stomachache after eating.
Irritable bowel syndrome is also associated with rosary beads, food allergies and food sensitivity. 6.
Pancreatitis: stomach pain after eating can also be expressed as pancreatitis, especially when the pain lasts more than 6 hours.
Pancreatitis is called pancreatitis.
People with pancreatitis experience pain starting from the upper abdomen;
The pain then spreads to the back.
Other symptoms include fever, nausea and vomiting. 7.
Diverticul chamber inflammation: diverticul chamber inflammation is a condition in which the intestinal pouch is inflamed by bacteria.
The sac is also called cyst or diverticul chamber disease.
Some symptoms include fever, constipation, diarrhea, swelling, nausea, altered bowel habits, and pain in cramps, especially in the lower left part of the abdomen.
It is also common to have a stomachache after eating. 8.
Intestinal obstruction: food is difficult to digest correctly when your colon or small intestine is blocked.
Large pieces of food may not be broken down when you eat too fast.
Hernia or tumor can also cause intestinal obstruction. 9.
Chronic Rosary: abdominal pain can also be a symptom of chronic rosary-
A condition also known as excessive growth of yeast.
Other common symptoms associated with rosary beads include chronic fatigue, swelling, gas, and depression. 10.
Heartburn: heartburn is sometimes also known as acid reflux or acid indigestion.
Heartburn is the result of excessive stomach acid. after eating, it will cause burning pain.
The pain can only last for a few minutes or hours. 11.
Food poisoning: food poisoning, or food poisoning disease, occurs after eating foods or beverages containing harmful pathogens that pollute products during processing or cooking.
This may include dangerous parasites, bacteria, and viruses.
Within two to four hours of eating, symptoms of stomach pain, nausea and diarrhea may occur. 12.
Digestive ulcer: a type of digestive ulcer, or gastric ulcer, caused by the destruction of the lining of the digestive tract by gastric acid.
This creates an open ulcer in the protective mucosal lining, and a stomachache may occur after eating.
Like in the burning heart nest, there may be digestive ulcer in severe bleeding. 13.
Gallbladder stone: gallbladder stone is small and hard bile or cholesterol accumulated in the gallbladder.
Although it is asymptomatic in most cases, it may suddenly have a severe stomachache after eating;
Back pain on the right; nausea; and vomiting. 14.
Vascular blockage: abdominal vascular blockage, which may cause stomach pain within 30 minutes of each meal.
Like the arteries in other parts of the boy, the blood vessels in the stomach narrow with the build-up of the plaque.
This is common in past and present female smokers.
Other symptoms include nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. 15.
Appendicitis: appendicitis is an appendix to inflammation.
This can cause abdominal pain before heading to the area above the lower right Appendixside.
At this time, the pain may become severe and worsen with exercise.
Other symptoms may include diarrhea, nausea, and loss of appetite. 16.
Inflammatory Disease: inflammatory disease, known as PID, is a sexually transmitted infection by bacteria from the vagina to the ovary, fallopian tube or uterus.
When it invades the female reproductive organs, it may be asymptomatic or cause severe pain in the stomach area.
The stomach pain after eating can also be attributed to courage, spicy food, stomach flu, lactose intolerance, food poisoning, blind appendicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, and clone
Stomach pain after eating may also be the result of vascular blockage.
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