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Why Do I Get Bad Aches

Why do I get bad stomach pain after eating meat?

Sounds psychosomatic. Did you recently give up being vegetarian or are you hounded by vegetarian philosophy? Somebody sitting around asking how you could possibly eat the putrid carcass of a dead animal while you try to enjoy your chicken or beef?

I'm not against vegetarians, but I know some can be very self-righteous spouting off about meat-eaters while they wear leather clothing and shoes. LOL! I was vegetarian for quite a few years myself. I switched back because I wanted. It is not only a more convenient way to get my protein without a thousand little considerations in meal planning, but I also missed steak and chicken and even some pork. In other words, living things with faces taste good and are good for you in moderation. God put them here for our use.

If there are any, tell the vegan, veggie-lovers that are plaguing you to put a non-organic carrot in it! Beef, (or chicken, or fish, or pork) its what's for dinner!

If those are not the reasons, look into cooking practices. Are they sanitary? Is the meat being cooked to the appropriate temperature? Stored promptly and properly before and after cooking? Are there spices at fault? Cumin makes me physically ill. Look into that too.

Why do I get bad stomach aches when I eat foods high in fat?

It is possible that you are just upsetting your stomach by eating so little and then loading up on heavy, fatty, "rich" foods when you do eat. Some people have more sensitive stomachs than others and they have a harder time digesting these kinds of foods, you may be one of those people. You should eat smaller portions of food like that, or eat it more slowly to give your stomach ample time to digest it all.

You may also have what is known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS. IBS is a common digestive condition that affects as many as 1 in 6 people. IBS can be triggered by stress, among other things. Symptoms of IBS include constipation or diarrhea, or alternating between the two. It can be aggravated by eating large meals or meals that are heavy in fat, sugar, and other difficult to digest things. It is very common for people with IBS to have difficulty digesting fatty, rich foods.

If you think you have IBS, you can check out different websites for ideas on how to control the condition. There is no cure but you can make lifestyle adjustments that will help you avoid the annoying symptoms. Here are some good websites about it:

PubMed: Irritable bowel syndrome
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001292/

National Digestive Diseases Information - IBS
http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/ibs/

Mayo Clinic: Irritable bowel syndrome
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/irritable-bowel-syndrome/DS00106

Finally, sometimes people who have abdominal pain after eating a fatty meal have problems with their gallbladder. This may be gallstones or cholecystitis, inflammation of the gallbladder. An acute attack of gallbladder inflammation is called biliary colic. The gallbladder is responsible for releasing bile into the intestines to dissolve and digest lipids (fats). When there is something wrong with the gallbladder, eating fatty foods may trigger intense pain in the upper middle or right region of the abdomen. Light-colored diarrhea is another symptom.

You should make an appointment with your doctor and talk about your symptoms with them to figure out exactly what is causing your digestive issues. More than likely it is just stress-related, or possibly IBS. It is much less likely that it is a gallbladder problem, but it is possible. Only your doctor can perform the necessary tests to find out exactly what's going on.

Good luck!

Why do I get bad stomach aches when I eat kiwi?

some people are more sensitive to high acidic fruits, and kiwi is one of the highest. its not bad for you, other than having a stomach for a while. and if you absolutely want to eat one cause of the taste of them i suggest drinking milk before. cause it will balance out the acidity. hope you feel better soon.

Why do I get a stomach ache after eating meat?

No easy answer. Could be the amount, ulcer, diseases of the intestine, pancreas, Constipation. If it persistent, especially if accompanied by weight loss, vomiting, bloating, blood from the bottom seek help immediately. Do not forget an internet chat is not a substitute for a discussion with your own, trusted health care professional.

I’m on my period I get really bad back and stomach aches and my dad decides that I’m complaining and causing drama?

Basically i was in the kitchen and just walking around and stretching thinking it might ease some of the pain (I was wrong and i made it worse -_-) and my dad decides that I’m causing drama and that if others can handle it then so could I! but the thing is you can’t compare this type of thing!! People deal with this stuff differently for example, some might just get really bad cramps and other might just have back ache! Or non at all.
I just wish he would stop making fun of me *sighs*

Why do I get a really bad headache whenever I ejaculate lately?

As you say Aaron, your stressed out and the muscles around your neck and at the base of your skull are tense..the perfect formula for a head ache once your blood pressure goes up, which is the case with an orgasm when the pulse rate increases and your blood pressure rockets with the excitement and exhilaration of building to the explosion of orgasm.

A shoulder and neck rub or massage prior to Making Love with your wife will relax the muscles and blood circulation through them, thus passing buy getting the head ache. It's too bad that you cant get the relaxation effects before the orgasm instead of the normal after. This way you wouldn't get the head ache either lol.

Another cause of headache associated with an orgasm is improper hydration and imbalanced electrolytes in your body. Increase your water consumption and increase your salt intake a little. If you already use salt on your food, then cut back instead. Drink some real fruit juice as well like Orange juice, Red or Concord grape. Sun Rype Ruby Red or Reo Red grape fruit juice is awesome for bringing blood sugar balance electrolytes back into balance.

Most head aches are caused by these two factors of neck and skull base muscle tension or body hydration and electrolyte imbalance.

Try these two things in particular and I'm suspecting that your going to tuned back up for the best in just a couple of days.

Me! :- )

Let us know how you make out,... meaning how you recover. lol.

Why do I get stomach cramps when I work on my abs?

If you mean prevent muscular cramps that occur in the abdominal muscles while doing exercises like crunches and situps, the answer is not always clear since the cause of skeletal muscle cramping is not definitively known. You can experiment with making efforts to stay hydrated, for example, by supplementing your diet with bananas (for the potassium) and refueling with ergogenic drinks (such as Gatorade) to replace electrolytes. These techniques don't always prevent cramping, but they are worth trying. When the cramps do occur, you should lay flat on your back, or stand up straight, and reach your arms over your head until the cramp resolves. Reaching overhead stretches the abdominal muscles and releases the cramp. If cramping continues, then it should be reported to your doctor.If you mean internal cramping like a bellyache, this can be due to food or drinks you consume prior to exercise. Dairy, high-fiber foods, and sweetened beverages are just some of the most likely culprits, although there can be other reasons, as well.Here are some tips for avoiding abdominal cramps that you can follow prior to working out:1. Avoid caffeine.2. Limit consumption of dairy products.3. Limit consumption of high-fiber foods.4. Avoid any other foods that you know upset your stomach or give you gas.5. Stay hydrated. Dehydration can slow digestion of food and cause stomach problems. Drinking 7-10 ounces of fluid every 20 minutes is recommended.6. Beverage temperature should be between 50 and 59 degrees.7. Avoid taking aspirin, ibuprofen, products with sorbitol, fructose, or large doses of vitamin C prior to your workout. All of these can cause diarrhea or otherwise upset your stomach.8. Avoid excessive amounts of sweetened beverages. Excessive sugar will slow down absorption of fluid through the gut during exercise and cause discomfort.Here is another article on the internet that can help-Causes of Severe Stomach Cramps While Doing Situps |

Why do I have really bad stomach cramps after intense football (soccer)?

I suspect this is one of two things, either you are eating or drinking badly before a game, or it is to do with your level of fitness. If it's neither of them, you should probably see a doctor. If it's a problem of fitness, you should try building up your core and abdominal strength. You should also make sure you eat sensibly before a game, to rule out that problem. Before you play a game you want to eat something that is both easily digestible, but also gives you the energy you need. Eat a balanced meal but make sure that it focuses on good-quality starchy carbohydrates (e.g. breads, pasta, vegetables, beans) as these convert into glycogen which will give your muscles the energy you need. Each of us need slightly different amounts, depending on what level we are competing at, how long for and at what intensity. Recommendations are that you should eat between 1-4g of carbs per kg of your bodyweight and eat it 2-4 hours before competing, to allow you to digest it. Me, I play soccer, and for an hour's intense competition I would need about 1g of carbs for every 1kg of bodyweight. I would eat it about 2.5 hours before and that would be fine. I took most of this advice from this article, which explains it in more detail and also has 11 handy pre-competition meal suggestions. See which one works for you: What to Eat Before Football

Why do I get heartburn/stomach aches when I don't eat for extended periods of time?

Many people find that their heartburn is worse in the mornings and during the long gaps between the meals. Often, acid reflux is because of stomach going into an overdrive and producing more acid (along with many other factors).Throughout the night, stomach is naturally in a fasting mode and for someone with acid reflux, that means that stomach quickly becomes full of acid in the mornings. A malfunctioning LES then lets this acid come up esophagus. The same reasoning holds good for between the meals….Just to add to this…If it wasn’t bad enough that acid reflux and GERD had links to things like cancer now studies are showing some of the medications themselves increase the chances of getting cancer. Great.Especially when you consider roughly 20% of the US is dealing with GERD to at least some extent.But it’s not like the medication was doing a bang up job anyway. Between lazy diagnosis and the vast majority of medications just masking the symptoms rather than doing anything about the root cause it’s not like I was a fan. A life long list of medications with limited use which also include their own side effects.Great.The alternative is actually to deal with the root of the problem and there are clinically proven ways of doing this. But then we’d have to stop giving all our money to the drug companies who profit more from us being stuck on their pills for life. Check this out if you haven’t already seen it: Acid Reflux Links to Cancer! – Talz Mag – Medium