excessive stomach bloating when i drink anything

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for years i have been dealing with excessive bloating when i drink any fluids, and im not talking about alcohol, im talking about water and juice, as soon as i drink anything my stomach triples in size and i look over 6 months pregnant, i do not know what the cause is and its very depressing. my stomach remains bloated all day and if i drink more it expands more. it goes back to normal the next morning but as soon as i drink it starts all over again i have been to the Doctor several times and they have not been helpful at all, i am at my last resorts

does any one have any suggestions, or does any one what this could be 

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  • Posted

    What about when you eat?
    • Posted


      eating is ok, its when i drink only it does not matter what it is my stomach completly expands

    • Posted

      very strange i know

      yes  i have been to the Dr, i have had blood tests done stool samples and nothing has come up abnormal, so at this point i dont know what to do 

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    Have you tried avoiding fizzy drinks?  Are you drinking bottled water or tap water?  Maybe you are reacting to the chemicals contained in the plastic bottles that contain the juice and the water.

    Try switching to tap water and avoiding juice from plastic bottles.  If these suggestions  don't help, perhaps ask for an ultrasound.


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