While everyone has occasional gas and bloating, an excessive amount may signal there is a problem that needs to be diagnosed. Bloating is a condition in which the belly feels full and tight, often due to excess gas. It can be caused by drinking carbonated beverages, eating a large meal, menstruation, constipation, or gas. When excessive intestinal gas occurs, it may be due to excessive air swallowing or a host of issues that occur during the breakdown of food and nutrients.
Symptoms Of Severe Gas & Bloating Include:
- Abdomen Feels Full and Tight
- Abnormal or Frequent Gas
- Abdominal Bloating Causes Belly to Look Larger
- Abdomen Feels Tender or Painful
- Constipation, Diarrhea or Both
- Excessive Belching
- Nausea or Vomiting
- Feeling of Pressure in The Abdomen
Should You See a Physician About Gas & Bloating?
Whether you’re experiencing excessive abdominal bloating, belching, flatulence, or stomach distension, it’s important to address the cause. Many patients may respond favorably to lifestyle changes, but some people may require medication or therapy to help relieve gas and bloating issues. A nutritionist may suggest personalized lifestyle changes to improve your quality of life. Or, for more serious conditions, we are ready to provide a full range of medical treatments.