Bloat After Eating
Is it normal to feel bloated after eating, or is it a sign there's something wrong?
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Eating too much too fast could cause bloating and abdominal discomfort. "However, if you experience bloating after every meal, it could be the result of gastrointestinal disorder," warns Lucinda A. Harris, MD, senior associate consultant at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. Some food components, like lactose in milk, gluten in wheat products, and fructose in fruit, can cause stomach upset and bloating. In rare instances, abdominal distention can be a sign of ovarian cancer. "It's always wise to discuss symptoms like these with your doctor," says Dr. Harris.

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I have digestion problems, but it causes me to bloat often and very easily. I found the problem got a lot better after I started taking a probiotic and Gas-X or Beano (not sure at the moment which is my favorite). Also, I make sure to eat very slowly and to eat numerous smaller meals and snacks throughout the day.
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