Why Stomach Ache When Eating?

My child is 23 years old, sometimes he has cramping stomach pain after eating, he must take painkillers to stop. I went to the doctor but couldn't find the cause. Please ask, what does my child have? Where should the doctor go? (Tran Hai Duong - Nghe An)
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After eating, if feeling tired and nauseous; abdominal pain with intermittent abdominal cramps for a short time (no more than 2 hours); may have diarrhea and mild fever; irritability, irritability, stress ... it may be due to the following reasons: Due to drinking alcohol regularly with meals (may cause bloating, bloating, indigestion and abdominal pain due to cold drinks and carbonated) - this is the initial cause of some stomach problems. The parasite "lives" in the stomach causing chronic digestive disorders. Due to Candida infection, this fungus destroys beneficial bacteria that help with digestion; interferes with the secretion of digestive enzymes, which reduces the amount of digestive acids in the stomach and bile


These causes are rated as not dangerous.


Why Stomach Ache When Eating?

Finding the right cause and cause of abdominal pain will go away, but there are many serious health problems that can lead to stomach ache after eating, especially post-meal angina and abdominal cramps. continue with increasing intensity; abdominal pain lasts hours; find difficulty swallowing, discomfort, bloating, heartburn, nausea and vomiting.
This can be caused by a blood vessel blockage: after a meal, the blood will be strengthened to the digestive system, putting pressure on the blood vessels so that certain blood vessels can become "blocked", causing Postprandial angina.
Due to stomach cancer: this is the most worrying cause of abdominal pain after eating. Due to gallstones: gallstones interfere with the flow of bile in the bile ducts.
See more: Discount 25% for gastrointestinal cancer screening
Acid reflux: one of the symptoms of acid reflux is abdominal pain after eating. Stimulated by colon syndrome: the nerves of the colon become too sensitive, causing the colon to contract excessively when you eat, causing abdominal cramps during meals or shortly after meals

Your child should go to the gastrointestinal tract to rule out surgical abdominal pain and should perform a number of tests such as blood test, stool test, colonoscopy.


Why Stomach Ache When Eating?

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