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Old 29-10-2009, 06:39 PM   #1
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Default Stomach ache 30 min after eating?

Pain! I don't know why...

Since yesterday, ate my usual oats in a bowl and then some toast and after I had a stomach ache that, which went away but became a headache.
No other digestive tract symptoms.
Felt better this morning, so thought I'd eat as usual.... stomach ache again!

I'm on some homeopathic remedies... anything else I can try?
Could this be the start of an oat or wheat intolerance?
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Old 29-10-2009, 10:21 PM   #2
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I always used to get this from oats and I actually got it last night
I recommend eating less and soaking them in buttermilk or yogurt overnight

put raw honey on the toast and allow it to sit and melt on the bread for several minutes
combining them with fresh fruits and raw kefir should even things out
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Old 29-10-2009, 10:30 PM   #3
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Peppermint tea

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Old 29-10-2009, 10:35 PM   #4
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I hopei it's not, but I heard that the "Winter Vomiting Bug" is affecting a lot of people, it has something to do with Noro virus.
Ginger is good for the stomach, but I would check with the GP if it don't go away.
Hope you get better soon.
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Old 30-10-2009, 04:07 PM   #5
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Cheers guys.
Better now. Last night, before and after dinner I drank lots of water with copious amounts of cyder vinegar added. I was fine after dinner pretty much.
This morning I ate half a raw onion to be on the safe side, I think I'm on all eight cylinders again x
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Old 30-10-2009, 04:08 PM   #6
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It sounds like maybe you could have developed Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). A few years ago I started getting stomach aches within 30-60mins after eating things that I had been eating for years, which meant I could rule out allergy based reaction.

Is the pain bad? I ask this because as an IBS sufferer I know that the pain is really intense as opposed to just uncomfortable.

It is likely to be IBS if there has been something in your life that has drastically affected you and your body's balance. I devoloped IBS in the lead up to a major new career change in my early 20s, subsequently suffered from the stomach aches on and off over the course of my stay at that job, but since leaving a few years ago have barely ever suffered from it again.
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Old 01-11-2009, 05:36 AM   #7
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Same here I get pains right after eating and because of it I have eaten a lot less than I used to, it sounds like IBS though.
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Old 01-11-2009, 12:54 PM   #8
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Acid reflux.

Baking soda works.
Drink water everyday with the juice of lemons added to it.
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Old 01-11-2009, 03:52 PM   #9
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the pain is coming from your bowels, if the pain is near chest then its stomach if its lower then 100% bowels, any stress anxiety?? then bowels stop functioning, and biological changes can occur ie IBS if it persists longer than normal cold or flu then consider ibs or allergy. try after a heacy meal to relax as much as possible. body telling you your not in a good situation sub (consioussly).
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Old 01-11-2009, 04:57 PM   #10
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Fuck.

Today I thought I'd try eating oats - with dried berries - as usual, and after that I felt some symptoms return. Not as bad, but this time it felt a lot like a heartburn feeling but in the stomach area; below solar plexus but above navel. It's got worse since then in intensity so I haven't bothered trying to eat anything else.

I normally drink hot water with a slice of lemon in it every morning anyway.

The most major stress in my life was around Jan, and maybe a day in May.

I remember a NaturalNews newsletter about acid reflux. It might be this.
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Something like dried berries would be a 100% cert to set off my IBS. I would be doubled up in agony within the hour.
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Fuck.

Today I thought I'd try eating oats - with dried berries - as usual, and after that I felt some symptoms return. Not as bad, but this time it felt a lot like a heartburn feeling but in the stomach area; below solar plexus but above navel. It's got worse since then in intensity so I haven't bothered trying to eat anything else.

I normally drink hot water with a slice of lemon in it every morning anyway.

The most major stress in my life was around Jan, and maybe a day in May.

I remember a NaturalNews newsletter about acid reflux. It might be this.
Sounds to me as though you may have developed a hiatus hernia.

Have a read of this link below, and see if this sounds like you. I have had one for years and I have a cure that works for me whenever a bout of pain starts up.....which is seldom these days.

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Sounds to me as though you may have developed a hiatus hernia.

Have a read of this link below, and see if this sounds like you. I have had one for years and I have a cure that works for me whenever a bout of pain starts up.....which is seldom these days.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiatus_hernia
Ah crap.
Yeah, I read that when reading up on acid reflux. It does sound like that but I have no idea why it woulda happened.
What do you do then?
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Ah crap.
Yeah, I read that when reading up on acid reflux. It does sound like that but I have no idea why it woulda happened.
What do you do then?
Well it may NOT be a hiatus hernia, but the sudden onset is a bit telling.....sometimes something physical can cause a tiny rip in the area of the stomach around the oesophagus.

If you have this, what may be happening is an after food spasm, whereby the stomach with the weight of food clamps round the oesophagus and causes pain. I usually experience it as a very sharp pinching sensation. My daughter has one too (family weakness ), and she describes hers as "punching pains" because the pain seems to pulse in time with her heartbeat.

You could try what I do to stop the spasm to see if it works for you. I drink down a glass of freezing cold water in one hit, and then as its still going down, I quickly stretch my arms up in the air as high as I can go and stay that way for about 10-15 seconds. The combination of the icy water and stretching the stomach muscles upwards movement, stops the spasm in its tracks. If it comes back a few minutes later (this happens sometimes), repeat the action, and this time it should stop for good.

Before I learnt this little trick, I would suffer in pain for hours if I didn't take something like Panadeine.

This method has also worked for my daughter too. Let me know how you get on, bearing in mind without an accurate diagnosis, we cannot be sure what you have....it may be something else, not least of which could be a stomach ulcer, in which case you need totally different recommendations.
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Do you have milk with your oats Les Paul?
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Thanks Limelady.
I managed to wolf down a big dinner last night and I had no discomfort after.
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Do you have milk with your oats Les Paul?
No, I don't drink milk, I usually have rice milk. However, I was using orange juice in the last few days because I'd run out. But I have drank OJ on its own since then with no adverse effects.

I wouldn't say I've been particularly stressed lately. I have been trying to astral travel lately, mostly using the willpower method, for those who believe in coincidence theories.
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Thanks Limelady.
I managed to wolf down a big dinner last night and I had no discomfort after.
That's great Les! Well, hopefully what you were suffering was something transient (bacterial or viral) which has now passed though 'the pipes'.

Fingers crossed for you.
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Make sure you follow the muculess diet and always drink a glass of water thirty minutes prior to eating food. Make sure the food intake is 85% raw and that it is whole food. If this raw issue isn't followed and no water intake either then the Pancreas will start to dysfunction and then you'll have digestion issues along with the prospect of Cancer and/or diabetes. I'd also suggest the use of active Manuka Honey which needs not be a high UMF rating as this is unimportant for digestion. Take this regular and this aids well the digestion. Study the usage of one tablespoon of unpasteurised apple cyder vinegar in 250ml of warm water along with one tablespoon of normal honey. This can be taken three times daily in order to re-balance the stomach acids either way. Therefore if their up they will come to normal and down they will raise to normal. This takes a period of time and much gas will arise at first and little stomach pains until everything is corrected. Bread is not an ideal food for the stomach as its mucus loaded, dead, full of yeast and sugars. A lot of fermentation occurs in the gut from bread it is a killer of man. I'd also make sure your bowels are working correctly. You may wish to try eating a Ulmus fulva gruel maybe even mixed 50/50 with Althaea officinalis if theres ulcer present maybe. Craig
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I used to have terrible pains after eating and ended up losing loads of weight, I tried everything and then tried yakult and it went after a week. So you could have a bacterial inbalance.

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It sounds like maybe you could have developed Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). A few years ago I started getting stomach aches within 30-60mins after eating things that I had been eating for years, which meant I could rule out allergy based reaction.

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Humm i agree that it could be IBS. if it is IBS for me personally even the slightest amount of stress makes it 100x worse. Also if your a woman the IBS will most likely be worse around your menstruating time. I find that any type of grains make my stomach worse, processed foods, dairy.
Peppermint tea and chamomile do help, although iv noticed more with chamomile than peppermint.
I've been told by two specialists that i have IBS, although iv never been 'tested' for it, i dont have half of the symptoms and it only started after i had surgery on my intestine and stomach, think its just an easy label blame to give me after butchering me up and cause internal problems.
What else do you eat? like your usual routine? I feel like my stomach can only deal with alot of foods if im doing alot of physical exercise, if im not i have to be very careful what i eat or i end up in alot of pain.
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