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Gurgling Feeling
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anyone out there get a gurgling/fizzy feeling on the upper left side, almost every day? i sometimes get it down near my rear end too...i know crazy but anyone know what it is? is it gas? is it something i am eating that does not agree with me? when i mentioned it to my dr. he said it was just the food traveling its course....i kind of get it but it should not do it every day and not do it all day and it at times is so darn loud!! it's not normal.

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I experience that a lot before I also went dairy free. Are you by any chance also lactose intolerant? Maybe try eliminating dairy and see if that helps. Then try re-introducing it slowly and you may find certain items bother you while others do not. I hope it helps.

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Yes, it's gas. The gurgling on your upper left side is where your descending colon starts. For some reason, it seems to build up steam once it hits the descending and gets a little louder. :)

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I experience that a lot before I also went dairy free. Are you by any chance also lactose intolerant? Maybe try eliminating dairy and see if that helps. Then try re-introducing it slowly and you may find certain items bother you while others do not. I hope it helps.

i don't know if i am lactose intollerant...i am trying to stay away from dairy as much as possible....

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Yes, it's gas. The gurgling on your upper left side is where your descending colon starts. For some reason, it seems to build up steam once it hits the descending and gets a little louder. :)

doesn't it seem strange that it happens ALOT?? like almost every day and sometimes it is constant for most of the day...??

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I get major gurgling anytime I eat something I am intolerant to. In the beginning, it was everything! It's calmed down now (over a year later) and only kicks up again when I eat grains (not good for me).

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I think my middle name should have been "Gurgle". <_<

I think I'm intolerant to the whole world. :huh:

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