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Hi, my name is Chrissy, I'm 18 years old, and I have questions about my constant stomach pain, I don't know if my migraines and stomach pain can be related, I get migraines daily, and stomach pain is constant, the pain has been here for about 3 months now, and I've seen several DR's about it, they just tell me that its just a stomach ache, and I will be fine, but its been going on for too long, and the pain is getting worse almost daily now, and I'm hoping someone could help me...the stomach pains are really sharp, and lots of pressure....And now I'm starting to gain a lot of weight in the stomach area, but my stomach is constantly hard...And I do not have constipation problems... My migraines I've been getting since I was about 7 or 8 years old...But now the migraines are getting worse and I'm getting pain down my neck and back. Though you may not be able to help either, thanks for trying... Chrissy.
Question: I’ve been dieting but my stomach keeps growling so I have to eat. How do I lose weight if my body is constantly telling me to eat more? Heather: It’s not uncommon to experience signs of hunger after you’ve cut down on your calories, but this does not necessarily mean that you need to eat or that your body needs the calories. Sometimes you have to get your body used to getting less food. Hunger is not an emergency. You do not have to respond with food as soon as your stomach growls. Take a few seconds to assess your hunger. Consider when you last ate, how much you’ve eaten over the course of the day abd then decide whether your stomach is growling from hunger or something else. If you’ve just eaten and are feeling symptoms of hunger, consider drinking a glass of water or doing something else to get your mind off the desire to eat. If you still feel hungry in 20 minutes, you might want to have a small snack. While hunger isn’t an emergency, y...
Bloating is the feeling of a full, swollen belly area, usually due to gas in the intestines. Some women have bloating before or during their period (menstrual cycle).
See also: Abdominal bloating
Menstrual periods and bloating
If you have bloating associated with your menstrual cycle, exercise to sweat out excess fluids and eat more high-fiber foods to help prevent constipation .
See also: PMS
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