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Bloatedness

Bloating, which is commonly experienced after meals, starts as a tight feeling in the abdomen, which may sometimes lead to severe cramping and pain. Bloating can subside in a few hours or take a few days, according to the severity of the condition and the underlying cause. Some people experience this condition occasionally or once in a blue moon, but some others suffer from frequent bloating after eating. According to some studies, almost 90% of humans have this condition.
Bloating is a tight feeling in the abdomen, which may or may not be accompanied by an uncomfortable swelling. Pregnancy, menstruation, menopause, stress, food intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome, etc. can be some of the causes of abdominal bloating. Bloating after eating is relieved to some extent after passing out gases produced in the abdomen. Reasons for bloating after eating may be the intake of certain foods or an eating disorder.

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