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I think I might explode

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meatliqour Mon 22-Feb-16 21:06:54

Seriously. I am so bloated. Full of wind. I am actually in agony.

I've had this for over a month. Finally seeing doctor tomorrow.

I actually have backache from the pressure of being so bloated.

It's not normal is it? What the fuck is wrong with me?

My whole stomach hurts

MattDillonsPants Mon 22-Feb-16 23:26:54

This is a new thing yes? Have you changed your diet recently?

meatliqour Tue 23-Feb-16 02:05:11

Always had on / off problems, not changed my diet. This is a whole new level of pain. I'm now wide awake as it's woken me up sad

MattDillonsPants Tue 23-Feb-16 02:07:19

sad it's good you've got an appointment....can you tell me what your diet in general is like? Do you think that it's a good diet?

meatliqour Tue 23-Feb-16 02:48:30

It's horrendous I can't lie sad I don't know how I've got into such a terrible rut.

Takeaways about 2-3 times a week.

Rest of the time convenience foods, although I do eat a lot of salad / veg

How on earth I'm not overweight I have no idea.

I am literally lying here about to cry it is so bad. Labour was easier!!

I should prob also drink more fluids. I've got so lazy ...... Right now I hate myself as I can see that my appalling diet is to blame.

I just want something to relieve how uncomfortable I feel right now.

I've just been googling Dr Gillian McKeiths 24hr detox, she did the product that completely cleared you out, but nowhere seems to stock it.

I can't face another night of no sleep sad(((

meatliqour Tue 23-Feb-16 03:03:21

I've just done the whole "dr Google" great .... I'm dying

MattDillonsPants Tue 23-Feb-16 03:13:43

Can you lie on your front? That often forces wind out.

In the meantime avoid Dr Google, he's confused at best and downright nuts at worst.

MattDillonsPants Tue 23-Feb-16 03:14:02

Can you lie on your front? That often forces wind out.

In the meantime avoid Dr Google, he's confused at best and downright nuts at worst.

Redroses11 Tue 23-Feb-16 03:22:17

What makes you think that wind is causing it? You're mentioning back pain.

HappyAsASandboy Tue 23-Feb-16 03:22:38

Try peppermint tea. I know it seems far too serious for peppermint tea to work, but I bet it does.

Twice in my life I have been in excruciating pain, both following a c section. By pain, I mean crawling on all fours, panting, crying pain.

On the first occasion I was in hospital and a midwife breezily suggested peppermint tea as I couldn't have more pain relief yet - I resisted the urge to hit her and drank the tea and magically I was cured!

On the second occasion I was at home. I rang 101 as I thought I had a serious post-c section complication. I was properly crying and terrified I had done myself a damage. While waiting for a call back, I remembered peppermint tea and decided it couldn't make things worse - magically, I was cured!

I have no idea how it works. I didn't burp or fart as far as I know. But it worked.

Worth a go?

SoySauceAddict Tue 23-Feb-16 03:33:12

Any chance it could be your gallbladder?

VegasIsBest Tue 23-Feb-16 05:52:10

I was also wondering if it could be your gallbladder. Definitely worth asking your GP about it as they can refer you for a scan and prescribe meds to help in the meantime.

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