User Profile
I experience the symptoms shared by the other posters on this forum titled "Noisy Abdomen" http://ehealthforum.com/health/viewtopic.p hp?t=22610&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start= 60 and I was wondering if this could be a psych disorder such as anxiety? I understand the strong evidence for some sort of dietary intolerance or metabolic insufficiency, but I am intrigued by the similarity in resulting deterioration of quality of life experienced by the posters on this thread. Many are students like me, and many express extreme anxiety over quiet rooms, lecture halls, testing situations, and movie theaters. I have experienced all of these. Any insight? Thank you much.


Did you find this post helpful?
|

User Profile
replied December 13th, 2006
Intestinal Disorders Answer A1892
I'm sorry, but I don't have any expertise in this area. Please continue to post on ehealthforum. We are working on getting an expert in gastro-intestinal disorders.
|
Did you find this post helpful?
This question has been answered by the doctor. This topic is now open for public discussion, however no comments below this point will be answered by a doctor.
Must Read
Abdominal pain and bellyaches are common. Though most cases of abdominal pain aren't serious, sometimes you will need to see a doctor. We’ll review some of...
Abdominal pain can be uncomfortable but is very common. But when is pain in the abdomen serious? Learn how to describe your symptoms more accurately so that yo...
It's important to "know your pain" to help your doctor diagnose the reason behind abdominal pain. Read on for more tools and information about how to diagnose ...
DISCLAIMER: "Ask a Doctor" questions are answered by certified physicians and other medical professionals. For more information about experts participating in the "Ask a Doctor" Network, please visit our medical experts page. You may also visit our Intestinal Disorders , for moderated patient to patient support and information.

The information provided on eHealth Forum is designed to improve, not replace, the relationship between a patient and his/her own physician. Personal consultation(s) with a qualified medical professional is the proper means for diagnosing any medical condition.