Bloating is the feeling like you have an inflated balloon inside your abdomen or stomach. It is very common with IBS patients.
On and off diarrhea is often related to times of worry, anxiety, or stress. Attacks of intermittent diarrhea are symptoms of psychological dysfunction.
If you are not sure about the relation, consult your Doctor or gastroenterologist.
Yellow diarrhea can be a sign of Covid-19. Call your doctor immediately if you have other symptoms and signs of Covid-19, such as fever, shortness of breath, lost smell, or taste sensation.
Being bloated after colonoscopy can be due to many factors. However, the most impactful factor is the use of gas to inflate your colon during a colonoscopy.
Severe bloating and distension (making you look pregnant) are often caused by excess gas inside your digestive tract. Eating gassy food, extra fermentation of foods due to food intolerances or SIBO, excess air swallowing, and abnormal sensitivity to gas are the most typical causes.
The laboratory diagnosis of typhoid fever is made by detecting S. Typhi species from bone marrow or a blood sample. Bone marrow samples are the most accurate methods for laboratory diagnosis of Typhoid fever.
Lung or pulmonary affection with typhoid fever is almost exclusively in the form of cough. Other rare complications are lung inflammation (acute lobar pneumonia or pneumotyphoid) and pleurisy.
The most important sign of recovery from typhoid fever is to remain free of fever, abdominal pain, and other symptoms for three months after treatment. The signs of recovery can be confirmed by re-testing for the organism (often by blood or bone marrow culture).
Constant Nausea and burping commonly occur due to EGRD, Gastritis, and Peptic ulcer disease. However, other causes include pregnancy, functional dyspepsia, food intolerance, gallbladder diseases, esophageal motility disorders, gastroparesis, medications, and kidney failure.
The latest treatment of typhoid fever depends on the severity of the disease and local antibiotic resistance patterns. Ciprofloxacin and ceftriaxone are the two most commonly used medications. Azithromycin is effective in drug-resistant typhoid fever.
upper right abdominal pain after gallbladder removal can be due to surgical wound problems, postcholecystectomy syndrome, gallbladder bed injury, and other alternative causes such as IBS.