Buildup Of Gas
Gas within the digestive system is a normal part of the digestion process. Getting rid of excess gas that builds up, either by burping or flatus, is also normal. Pain due to excess gas might occur when there has been a buildup of gas either due to it being trapped or not moving in a normal way through the digestive system. An increase in gas pain may be the result of eating foods known for a greater likelihood of gas production. Often, fairly simple changes in eating habits can reduce troublesome gas. Signs of having gas or pain due to a buildup of gas include burping, flatus, pain or a cramped or knotted feeling in the abdomen, bloating or a feeling of pressure or fullness in the abdomen, and distention or an observable increase in the abdomen's size.
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