Our digestion canal is one of the most complex systems that operate in this world. The way our food gets digested while traversing from mouth to intestines via stomach is a highly systematic working mechanism. Each step of this mechanism is so complex and interdependent with other bodily mechanisms that researches and studies are continuously being done on the connection between digestion and other metabolic processes such as the action of the immune system, hormonal functions, conditioning of skin texture, mood regulation, etc.
Gas in your digestive system is part of the normal process of digestion. Getting rid of excess gas, either by burping or passing gas (flatus), also is normal. Gas pain may occur if gas is trapped or not moving well through your digestive system.
Constipation is a condition in which you may have fewer than three bowel movements a week; stools that are hard, dry, or lumpy; stools that are difficult or painful to pass; or a feeling that not all stool has passed.
Frequent and Loose Stool
Loose stools after eating can be an indication of food poisoning, lactose intolerance, or infections. You may also have loose stool after eating if you’re taking too much magnesium or have been drinking too much coffee.
If you get a bloated stomach after eating, it may be a digestive issue. It might be as simple as eating too much too fast, or you could have food intolerance or other condition that causes gas and digestive contents to build up.
At Dr. Paithankar’s Clinic, you will get the best consultation for your digestion.