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Do get nervous cause bloating & gas ?

By Anonymous May 7, 2010 - 9:51am
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Hi, this me again, i post my problem which you can check ne link below


The problem my stomach get full of gas front of pepole quick which embarrassed me
I tried so many things. When i am alone I am not passing the gas, or rearly, but
don't ask me to sit with friends; family or colleagues the gas come fast as wind, this is
trouble my life !

Do you think this cause of nervous ??

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Me too I have a lot of gas when I get nervous and near friends especially and always in class an even near the family so please its been 3 years now and I didn't know how to manage or treat it so whoever knows anything about treating gas please comment thank you

September 8, 2011 - 9:34am
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I avoid dairy product, and gass is less

September 27, 2010 - 5:44am
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Thank you for you answer.

After I knew so many things about my problem, through internet
or magazine, i have knowledge in this field.
I got my h. pylori result it is negative.
There is one thing, i want to do lactose blood test. Which food cause more gas to me, even the doctor told me you can watch yourself & find out .

constipation cause gas, i am taking duspatalin retard 200 mg
but still i have gas

May 9, 2010 - 12:12pm
(reply to Anonymous)

You are wondering if your symptoms are caused by nervousness, and it would help to hear what kind of stress and nervousness you are experiencing. Do you feel your anxiety, stress and/or nerves are more than you are able to handle right now? If so, how long has this been occurring, and how long have your other symptoms been occurring?

May 9, 2010 - 1:16pm

Hi Anonymous-

Nerves and anxiety can definitely cause gastrointestinal issues. This link is strong in irritable bowel syndrome, for instance. We have a lot of information on this topic and even if it is not your official diagnosis, it may help you: http://www.empowher.com/condition/irritable-bowel-syndrome

There are over the counter medications like Gas-Ex to help with this sort of thing, but it is not universally accepted that it really helps. You can get up and go for a walk outside or something and that may help, avoid carbonation or if you have lactose intolerance avoid dairy, but sometimes there is not a lot you can do without seeing a health care provider to diagnose just what is going on.

This is an issue for many people, so at least you know you are not alone. A consistent high fiber diet and plenty of exercise will help keep your gut moving steadily along and may help prevent some of these episodes as well.

Good luck to you.

May 8, 2010 - 11:00am
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