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excessive burping and gas right after meals

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i have started feeling overly full with excessive burping and gas right after meals even small meals or after taking daily supplements... forunately i dont get anymore of those painful attacks but after eating i feel extremly overlyfull...nauseous...excessive burping and gas...v uncomfortable feeling in the middle of upper abdomen. does all these symptoms indicate of any other problem besides gallstones? pls advice.

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replied February 16th, 2011
Gallbladder Disease Answer A19713
Generally speaking, gallstones are more commonly associated with right upper abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting (especially after a fatty meal).

The symptoms that you describe could also be due to multiple other causes, including diet, irritable bowel syndrome, pancreatic enzyme deficiency, as well as other potential causes.

Your doctor can assess for these (and other) potential health problems.


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