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I have bloating since 2 days. I had constipation since 4 days which is fine now but bloating has not reduced. It has exactly started when we had pizza from then my mom and I have bloating. Even we eat only 2 chapatti then also we feel full for the day. I have exam of upsc on 3rd june so I am very much disturbed by this bloating and dizziness at times. I had banana cucumber and many fruits but no relief in bloating. I feel like something is stuck in my intestine and it's always tight even after defecation. Same problem my mim says she's facing but she's not worried like me. Can you please help me to sort it out. My friends made me more scared that it could be gluten allergy and you won't be able to eat anything. Kindly help anyone please I am very worried and unable to focus. I used to take Pan D since last 2 months as I had gerd and it was fine so I stopped taking it 15 days ago.

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This common ailment often happens because you swallow more air than usual, overeat, smoke, chew gum, or eat foods that cause gas. Flatulence can be embarrassing and painful for anyone, but don’t worry! You easily reduce flatulence with diet and lifestyle choices. Have smaller meals throughout the day. Eat six small meals per day instead of three large meals. Your system may more easily digest fewer meals and produce less gas from them Eat easily digestible carbs. Foods that contain simple carbohydrates may be easier for you to digest Avoid gas-promoting foods. Plan your meals each day to include easily digestible carbs. Steer clear of food choices that may make create gas in your intestines. Find suitable replacements for the following gas-promoting foods Beans and lentils. Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, and brussels sprouts. Bran. Dairy products containing lactose. Fruit such as apples and pears. Sorbitol, a sugar substitute found in some sugar-free products. Fatty junk foods, like fast food burgers or pizza. Chew your meal slowly. If you're famished or you're a fast eater, avoid the temptation to shovel your food into your mouth. Chew each meal slowly so you don’t swallow too much air. Doing this can aid digestion and may minimize the production of gas. Get regular exercise. Physical activity can help your intestines expel gas and stay regular. Exercise for at least 30 minutes most days of the week. If you are unable to do 30 minutes, aim for 2 15-minute sessions of physical movement, which can also ease flatulence. Try different kinds of exercise to prevent flatulence: Running Walking Biking Swimming Yoga For medication consult online in private.
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