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Gas and bloating

I am 39 years old female with no major illness or problem diagnosed so far except gallstone which was 22 mm found last year.I am on prediabetic side too.Since last few months I am experiencing heavy bloating ,gas and occasional burping after anything I eat.In morning after getting up its flat tummy .My family history has acidity problem.I pass stool 3 times a week for last so many years.Also my urination is not completed in one go many times.I gave to go again in few minutes to pass little more dribble urine.When my bloating is high I noticed more urination too what is the cause is this all caused by one thing or combination of many factors?
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Dr. Jyoti Talukdar Gurgaon | Medical Microbiologist
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Gallstones may cause bloating . No relation with the other symptoms.  Get laparoscopic gallbladder surgery
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Dr. Rama S.K Pune | Internal Medicine
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Since you know that you have GB stone and must have googled the symptoms of it...you became worried

So stop worrying...avoid fatty meals...take anta acids...consult MD physician for UTI

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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there...i understand your concern...try eating several small meals instead of three large ones whenever you can...Avoid foods that irritate your stomach, especially those that are spicy, acidic, fried or fatty... avoid coffee,tea etc... Avoid stress,consider calming activities, such as meditation, yoga etc...sleep with head raised position and have dinner at least 2 hours before sleep..do regular exercises...take pantaprazole 40 mg twice daily before food with above....consult physician if symptoms persists.
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