Bloating

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I am bloating after every meal. Also sometimes even after a morning coffee. It last all day whether I eat or not. The only time it relieves is when I lay down.  I’ve had blood work,ct scan,X-ray of ab.  All clear. Just had colonoscopy it was clear.  This is miserable.  I have no intense pain and it’s the same every day. I have a gall bladder ultrasound scheduled but again no pain just fullness and bloated feeling so I don’t believe the gallbladder is the problem.  Anyone ever experience these symptoms.  Please help if you can

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    Any other symptoms apart from the bloating? xx
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      No not really, not any real pain with it.   Just anything I put in stomach bloats me terrible.  I had cup of coffee this am is all and it started.  Taking miralax every morning so I’m having some movements.  Also started probiotics for bloating 5 days ago. This is nuts 
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    Sure its not a food reaction like dairy or wheat or something ?
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    i had very sever bloating for years i mean around 10 years. I have done endoscopy 3 times all came gastritis and took all antiacids, it worked for a time period , but still had bloating and lot of burping. Ultrasound showed normal anatomy of gallbladder in 2011, but hida scan showed my gallbladder is not working. now in 2017 i got gallstones formed. Still going through bloating/burping for this years. waiting to remove my gb.
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