If you have been wondering why you get abdominal stomach pain after eating then today I have 3 of the most common reasons that people experience this condition. Find out now what causes stomach pain when you eat and what you can do to eliminate it for good!

3 Major Causes of Abdominal Stomach Pain After Eating!

#1 – Liquids with Meals: When you drink an abundance of liquids, be it water, juice, beer or anything else you dilute the stomach acid in your body that is meant to break down the food you eat. This food then causes your stomach to feel upset as the stomach will try to physically churn and either eject the food or try to somehow break it down further.

#2 – Parasites: There are many known parasites which can cause chronic digestive disorders. Most people only think of these invaders as a 3rd world problem but they’ve always existed in 1st world countries as well. In fact prior to the rise of the pharmaceutical industry it was quite common up to the 1920s to get a de-worming. We still de-worm our pets so why not usc

#3 – Candida: The ultimate cause of stomach pain as it is a yeast that overgrows in a majority of the population. It causes enzyme production disruption, a reduction in beneficial bacteria which breaks down food and lowers the production of both stomach acid and bile. It essentially pulls apart the strings of your entire digestive system. So anyone who suffers from digestive problems of any kind must seriously address this problem.

Candida in fact develops under the same mechanisms as cancer, and it’s been found that those who end up with cancer over 95% of the time also have a candida infection going on in their body which is really no surprise at all. So the question is are you going to address it now or wait until it has time to cause far more damage to your body than it already has.

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  1. I am allergic to almost all foods, what caused this?
    I used to be really healthy, but last year I suddenly got acne on my face and back and I gained 10 kgs. I managed to lose the weight by changing my diet to a healthier one, I became a vegetarian. I also stopped eating chocolate and greasy food because of acne.
    I have had sharp šain in my stomach and areas around heart lately and that occurs after almost every cooked meal I eat, it could be something very plain like pasta, but the reaction is still the same. I can`t even eat onions anymore, that almost killed me not so long ago. A few years ago I could eat whatever I wanted.
    I have been very stressed lately, absolutely everything causes stress and sweating. Do you think it could be stress?
    I am in a lot of pain this moment and I don`t know what to do, there is a box of flu pills near me and I just wihs to swallow a few now, I know I shouldn`t but the pain is huge.
    Any advice?


    • How about going to see your doc to find out if you have something like GERD. What you describe is not a food allergy. A food allergy causes hives, itching , throat swelling shut, eyes swelling shut etc. What you have described sound like GERD. See your doc about getting this checked out and treated. You can also try Prilosec OTC that you can get in an drug area of your store or Pepcid AC aka famotidine, Zantac aka ranitidine or tagement aka cimetidine. There is also Mylanta, maalox and a host of other products to try too. Your safest bet is to see the doc first though.


  2. 33 weeks pregnant- what could be causing my “spells” of dizziness, fast heart beat, sweating and nausea?
    Doesnt seem to happen in any pattern- before/after meals, etc. Happens during the night while laying (on side) and during the day.
    altho these answers are valid- maybe im not being clear. This is not morning sickeness. I know not to stand too quickly an to lay on my left. This comes on regardless ofmy position or when I last ate. And i eat really well, surprisingly. Thats why Im concerned


    • Dizziness can occur anytime middle to late pregnancy. The pregnancy hormone progesterone dilates blood vessels so blood tends to pool in the legs. In addition, more blood is going to your growing uterus. This can cause a decrease in blood pressure, especially when changing positions, resulting in dizziness.

      Faintness and dizziness can also be affected by poor eating habits. When your blood sugar levels are too low, you may feel faint.

      1.Move around often when standing for long periods of time.
      2.Try lying on your left side to rest.
      3.Try to move slowly when standing from a sitting position; avoid sudden movements.
      4.Eat regular meals to prevent low blood sugar.

      Here is some extra information for you:

      An upset stomach is one of the most common discomforts during pregnancy. Nausea is a result of hormonal changes and most often occurs early in pregnancy until your body adjusts to the increased production of hormones.

      Nausea can begin in early pregnancy, but is usually gone by the fourth month. It can occur at any time of the day but may be worse in the morning when your stomach is empty (this is often called “morning sickness”) or if you are not eating enough.

      1.If nausea is a problem in the morning, eat dry foods like cereal, toast or crackers before getting out of bed. Or, try eating a high-protein snack such as lean meat or cheese before going to bed (protein takes longer to digest).
      2.Eat small meals or snacks every 2-3 hours rather than three large meals. Eat slowly and chew your food completely.
      3.Sip on fluids throughout the day. Avoid large amounts of fluids at one time. Try cool, clear fruit juices, such as apple or grape juice.
      4.Avoid spicy, fried, or greasy foods.
      5.If you are bothered by strong smells, eat foods cold or at room temperature and avoid odors that bother you.
      6.Talk to your doctor about taking vitamin B6 or other treatments.

      Contact doctor if your vomiting is constant or so severe that you can’t keep fluids or foods down. This can cause dehydration and should be treated right away.


  3. What would cause extreme bloating and 1-2 hours after every meal?
    About 1-2 hours after I eat, no matter what I eat, I get so bloated that I (literally,I AM NOT exaggerating) look like im 6 months pregnant. Every time it happens, the only thing I can do is go home, get into some loose sweats, and wait it out. I’ve been to the doctor and everything seems normal to them. I know I’m not pregnant because they’ve given me 3 pregnancy tests, all of which were negative. I switched B/C thinking it would help but hasn’t so far. I don’t know what it is but it’s SO uncomfortable and I want it to stop. Has anyone else had this problem? Does anyone know what this could be?


  4. what causes people to collapse after meals?
    I collapsed after taking dinner. it was like i was suffocating, i felt dizzy and was sweating. suddenly i lost control and fell down. i regained conciousness a few seconds later and it was like nothing had happened.


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