when I fart my lower stomach hurts

 

If you are one of the people who have flatulence due to bloating and you have abdominal pain after flatulence and this issue worries you and you want to know the cause and know how you can solve this problem, we recommend that you read more in this article. We want to answer all your questions about bloating and abdominal pain after flatulence.

 

introduction

Gastrointestinal gases

How do people with painful gas excretion feel and describe these conditions?

What are the causes of abdominal pain due to intestinal gas excretion?

What are the causes of painful excretion of gastrointestinal gases in the short term?

What are the conditions that cause painful gas expulsion in the long run?

What are the solutions to treat the above conditions that are accompanied by pain in the lower abdomen following gas excretion?

What are the home remedies?

When should we see a doctor?

 

 

introduction

These gases are part of the production of a healthy digestive system. Bacteria are produced when bacteria inside the digestive system of your intestines break down the carbohydrates in the food consumed in the large intestine or colon. But why does the excretion of gastrointestinal or intestinal gas sometimes cause pain and discomfort in the lower abdomen? If you want to know the answer to this question or if you are also a person who suffers from this problem, read on and follow us.

 

Gastrointestinal gases

According to scientific references, it is estimated that an adult with normal height and weight produces about 0.5-1.8 of a liter of gastrointestinal gas per day.

These digestive gases, as we said, are the result of the breakdown of carbohydrates in your diet by bacteria that live normally in the large intestine or human colon.

These gases are excreted from humans following the passage of gas.! It is estimated that a healthy person excretes gas approximately 12-25 times a day.

You should know that flatulence is often not painful and sometimes you may not even notice it, but if flatulence is painful and has caused you abdominal pain, know that most of the time there is no serious and dangerous background for this.

In this article, we want to describe the feeling of painful gas expulsion that some people may feel for a short time and some people for a longer time. We also want to teach you ways to reduce the volume of gastrointestinal gas produced in your gastrointestinal tract.

Certainly, the decrease in the volume of gastrointestinal gas produced in the gastrointestinal tract is associated with a decrease in the uncomfortable and painful sensation of excretion of gastrointestinal gas.

 

How do people with painful gas excretion feel and describe these conditions?

Usually, a person who says that he has painful gas expulsion or suffers from lower abdominal pain due to gastrointestinal gas, expresses this condition with abdominal cramps. Some people may describe a dull ache or a series of sharp, burning pains in their chest or abdomen. Gas leakage may also occur under the following conditions. The person may have bloating or may feel full in their abdomen. These people usually say that they feel full and do not want to eat, and some of these people may also experience belching in these conditions. But why do such situations occur? That is, what happens when people suffer from pain or discomfort following the expulsion of intestinal gas? In the following, we will talk more about this issue.

 

What are the causes of abdominal pain due to intestinal gas excretion?

In this article, we have presented the causes of painful expulsion of intestinal gas and its association with lower abdominal pain in two general categories:

  1. First group

Reasons that cause the above conditions for a short time.

 

  1. The second group

Cases and causes that in the long run can cause your abdominal pain when excreting gastrointestinal gas.

 

What are the causes of painful excretion of gastrointestinal gases in the short term?

There are many factors that can cause flatulence. In the following are some of the more common causes that can cause this discomfort in the short term.

Conditions that will be accompanied by swallowing large amounts of air. These conditions may include the following:

  • Eating or drinking, if done too quickly, is associated with swallowing large amounts
  • Drinking beverages that contain large amounts of gas or, in other words, consuming carbonated beverages
  • Drinking through a straw
  • Chewing gum
  • Sucking hard candy
  • Smoking
  • Eating foods that have the potential to be broken down by bacteria in the colon and produce gas are as follows:
  • Certain vegetables such as cabbage, whole grains and dairy products
  • constipation
  • PND
  • tension, chronic pain

 

What are the conditions that cause painful gas expulsion in the long run?

Leaving aside the above, which cause a painful sensation of flatulence and are temporary, there are a number of people for whom painful flatulence is considered a constant problem. Here are some of the most common ones.

 

Food intolerances:

Food intolerance is a condition in which a person's digestive system is not able to digest a particular component of food. There are different types of food intolerance. Here are three of the most common ones.

 

  1.  celiac disease:

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder in which inflammation develops in the small intestinal wall of infected people. Due to their digestive problems, they are unable to digest gluten-containing products. Inflammation of the intestinal wall in a person with celiac disease can also lead to malnutrition due to the inability of the intestines to absorb nutrients.

 

  1. Lactose intolerance:

These are people whose digestive system does not have the ability to digest lactose, a carbohydrate found in dairy products. Following the consumption of dairy products, especially milk, these people suffer from bloating, abdominal pain, flatulence and changes in defecation.

 

  1. Fructose intolerance:

Their digestive system is not able to digest the carbohydrate called fructose, which is found in most fruits and vegetables.

 

small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, (SIBO):

This condition refers to a condition in which a very large number and volume of bacteria have settled and grown in a person's small intestine. Symptoms usually vary from person to person. Here are some of the most common clinical manifestations of this disorder.

  • Flatulence
  • Feeling of pain or discomfort in the abdomen
  • Abdominal distention
  • Diarrhea
  • Weakness and fatigue

 

Gastrointestinal reflux into the esophagus:

Gastroesophageal reflux refers to a condition in which the contents of the stomach, called gastric juice and containing gastric digestive enzymes, move from the stomach to the esophagus because the lower esophageal sphincter is loose and relaxed. In fact, the most common and classic symptom of this reflux is heartburn. This is similar to the burning and sometimes aching sensation that people behind their sternum often feel after eating fatty or bulky foods or sleeping at night.

Here are some of the most common clinical manifestations of gastroesophageal reflux disease. These symptoms are as follows:

  • Chest pain
  • stomach ache
  • Flatulence
  • Feeling of food getting stuck in the throat or esophagus
  • Feeling an object sticking to your throat like chewing gum
  • Feeling a bitter taste in the mouth
  • Bad Breath
  • Chronic cough lasts a long time
  • Sputum behind the throat
  • Need to constantly clear the throat
  • Feeling of chronic sore throat

 

Irritable bowel syndrome:

Irritable bowel syndrome is a condition in which people become chronically affected. Among the manifestations that this disorder can have are the following:

  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Feeling the urgency of the need to defecate
  • Swelling of the abdomen
  • Flatulence
  • Large volume of digestive gas produced in the abdomen
  • stomach ache
  • Abdominal cramps that usually go away after defecation.

Symptoms and manifestations of this disorder may be persistent or may come and go. Symptoms may last for days, weeks, or even months. Among the things that make people experience these conditions are the following:

  • Stress and emotional excitement
  • Existence of genetic predisposition
  • Hypersensitivity of the nerves in the intestines

 

What are the solutions to treat the above conditions that are accompanied by pain in the lower abdomen following gas excretion?

Many OTC products may be able to help you prevent or reduce painful excretion of gastrointestinal gas. These products, which are available in pharmacies without the need for a doctor's prescription, can be referred to the following:

 

  • Alpha galactosidase:

This product is actually an enzyme that the body needs to naturally break down the various carbohydrates found in grains, cereals, vegetables and fruits. It is best for people to take this medicine before they start eating or taking it orally. These enzymes are available in the market with the following types of brands:

  • Beano
  • Digesta
  • Gas-Zyme3x
  • Simethicone:

Simethicone is a medicine that helps the digestive gases pass through your digestive system faster. This product can reduce abdominal pain and reduce bloating, thus reducing the discomfort caused by the production of large amounts of gas in the abdomen. Simethicone as a chemical product in the pharmaceutical market is available with the following brands. We should know that the use of this drug for children and infants requires a doctor's prescription.

  • Mylanta
  • Gas-X
  • Lactase:

Lactase is an enzyme that the body needs to digest and break down the carbohydrates in dairy and milk called lactose.

People who are actually lactose intolerant cannot digest and break down the sugar in dairy products. These people should take lactase-containing pills or drops containing the enzyme with dairy-containing meals. Lactase may not be suitable for people under the age of three or for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Therefore, in the mentioned groups, this drug must be taken under the supervision and prescription of a doctor.

 

What are the home remedies?

Changes that we need to make in our lifestyle to get rid of abdominal pain following gas excretion are very important things that we will introduce to you in the following.

By following the tips below, you can prevent the above uncomfortable conditions and also reduce the number of episodes and also reduce the severity of discomfort in each episode of painful gas excretion.

These recommendations are:

  • If you smoke, stop smoking because smokers swallow a lot of air after smoking, which in turn increases bloating and indigestion.
  • Make changes to your diet. It is necessary that you choose smaller meals.
  • Try to eat foods slowly and chew them completely. It is also best to eliminate foods and beverages that trigger your symptoms and produce a large amount of gas in the intestines completely.

These materials are:

  • beans
  • dairy
  • Foods high in fiber
  • Cauliflower
  • Broccoli and all kinds of cabbage
  • Stop consuming carbonated beverages

Try to walk during the day and be physically active. Using yoga, walking and also doing stretching exercises appropriate to your physical condition can help improve your digestive condition.

The next thing you can do is use heat. Using warm pads, a hot compress, or a warm water bath can very effectively relax the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract and the muscles in the abdomen. This heat also causes gases to escape more and faster from your digestive tract

 

What are the conditions that can mimic the above symptoms?

As we explained, gastrointestinal gases are the result of the breakdown of carbohydrates by intestinal bacteria in the colon. These gases accumulate in the large intestine, and in fact the accumulation of gas in the colon can cause symptoms that may mimic some of the body's problems.

For example, if gas builds up in the upper right part of your large intestine, it may mimic symptoms such as gallbladder problems. Also, if gas builds up in the upper left part of your large intestine, some people may perceive it as a sign of a heart attack.

There are other conditions that cause symptoms during which a person may experience painful gas expulsion, including those that are less common. Here are the following four:

  • Abdominal adhesions
  • Abdominal hernias
  • Colon Cancer
  • Ovarian cancers

 

When should we see a doctor?

If you occasionally experience pain and discomfort following gas expulsion, consider these conditions to be normal. These conditions usually recur occasionally and resolve spontaneously without intervention or at most by following the home care tips mentioned above.

However, sometimes there is a persistent painful discharge of gas or it causes severe symptoms in this person. In these cases, it is usually better to consult a doctor to find out the underlying cause of this condition. We also recommend that you consult your doctor if you have a painful gas discharge that is accompanied by one or more of the following:

  • If you have trouble eating
  • If your bowel and bowel habits have changed
  • If there is blood in your urine or blood in your stool
  • If you are losing weight for no reason
  • If you are constantly weak and tired
  • If you have new symptoms with painful gastrointestinal excretion.
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