constant bloating, fullness in upper, weight loss, appetite loss abdomen but no pain

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it all started with a feeling of nauseated and feel like vomiting in the middle of eating and just have to keep food down, constant bloating in the upper abdomen but no pain, loss of appetite, sudden loss of weight, bloated abdomen, my GP says its stomach infection but still am not feeling ok its been 17 days now since i have been taking probiotics and refagut 400mg., i still feel bloated my bowel movements sometimes watery and sometimes mushy but no blood in stool. i am really tensed please help .., My liver functioning test came out normal , CBC test came out normal, ultra sound came out normal., i dont feel good like before i dont feel happy seeing the food like before i was such a foody person now i loss interest in food ;'(

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    Well it stands to reason you're losing weight because you're not eating like you did I would still have my upper GI done and get the gallbladder tested because you don't always have to have pain with gallbladder nausea will cause it to also when you take probiotics you have to start out slowly because some of them will make you very gassy you can research the best ones or you can ask your Pharmacy which is the best ones but some of them are really gassy you can make your own prebiotics just Google that too or probiotics you can also get them at the Kroger stores where they sell the yogurt they are liquid in glass bottles and also you only start them with a third of a drink because they can make you gassy too if you start out with too much hope this helps and stay away from spicy and greasy foods of any kind and eat smaller amounts 4 to 5 times a day instead of 2 or 3 times a day

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      I did UCG whole abdomen no gallbladder detected what do you thing it could be., no pain only fullness in upper abdomen and bloating gassy,. Fatigue
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      It all started before 2 months before that everything was fine I use to have regular bowel movements was eating anything and everything, but I don't know what has gone into me , the fullness in my upper abdomen (gaseous upper abdomen) just won't quiet I really don't know why

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      Where your doctor should have some answers for you as we get older things change especially when we have crazy diets you could have irritable bowel syndrome caused from a lot of stress as you don't say how old you are but I would make an effort to call the doctor about the bloating and you might try some probiotics but start them out slowly because they can make you gassy too but if you have any issues with your stomach there supposed to be helpful and you can always stop at your pharmacy and ask to speak to a pharmacist tell them your symptoms and they will tell you what's the best one to get or not to get

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    Exactly its the stress, anxiety and depression causing all these ...
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      Have you ever heard the old saying from years ago don't get your bowels in an uproar well that's exactly what it means because when you're nervous and upset it goes right to your digestive system so I guess the deep breathing and relaxation does more for us than we realize I hope you're feeling better

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    hi ..kunal. i know its 7 month old post but i am having exact same symptoms as u and for same durations. my reports too all normal but waiting for endoscopy. how are u. did u go for an upper GI endoscopy or wat was ur diagnosis. plz reply as i am very stressed. hope u r doing well.

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