Do You Have Bloated Stomach? Warning Signs You Should Never Ignore!



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The most serious causes of bloating:
If you feel bloated and if you suffer from pelvic pain than you may have ovarian cancer, which is the 5th most common cancer in women. The mostly affected are women over 50 and can be caused by long term hormone therapy, or by not having children or having them  later in life as well as obesity and family history.
Uterine cancer
The symptoms are pain during sex or urination, vaginal discharge which is watery and with blood and abnormal vaginal bleeding. This type of cancer is linked to a family history of colon cancer called Lynch Syndrome or a family history of uterine cancer, taking estrogen supplements, radiation therapy or tamoxifen.




Colon cancer
It can occur at the end or at the beginning of the colon. When is at the beginning, it causes bleeding and bloating which gets worse with time. If it develops in the middle or at the end of the colon, than bloating is initial symptom. Start a plant based diet and change your lifestyle if you want to prevent this type of cancer.
Pancreatic cancer
This cancer is one of the most aggressive and the most lethal one. Symptoms are: weight loss, poor appetite, jaundice and upper abdominal pain. Other symptoms are back and abdominal pain.
Stomach cancer
This cancer doesn’t have any symptoms at the beginning, but later bloating can appear together with a feeling of fullness in the upper abdomen and heartburn. It is often diagnosed when is too late and symptoms as weight loss and nausea can appear. Another risk factor is Helicobacter Pylori which is often a main reason for getting stomach cancer.
Liver disease
Most of the time is benign and not dangerous, but sometimes it can spread to the other organs. As the blood id filtered through the liver the cancer cells in the bloodstream also pass through the liver. Ascites jaundice and bloating are the symptoms. Overuse of alcohol and hepatitis are most of the time the main cause of this type of cancer.







Diverticulitis
Its symptoms are bloating, fever and abdominal pain together with constipation and diarrhea. It can be cured with antibiotics and a liquid diet. With CAT scanning abscess can be prevented which require surgery. After the complications are gone the patient should consume food rich in fibers.
Pelvic inflammatory disease
It occurs due to infection of ovarian and Falopian tubes by Gonorrhea, Chlamydia and other sexually transmitted diseases. It can also appear during insertion of intrauterine device, miscarriage, childbirth and abortion. After a pelvic examination this disease is treated with antibiotics because it can cause ectopic (tubal) pregnancy or infertility.
Crohn’s disease
This autoimmune disease affects the small colon, small intestine and the GI tract. The most common symptom is bloating together with vomiting after meals, nausea, blood in the stool and weight loss. There are other symptoms as well, as mouth ulcers, skin lesions, inflammatory in the eyes and joint pain.

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