Abdominal fullness prematurely after meals
Follow your health care provider's recommendations. A liquid diet may be helpful. A detailed diet log (recording what was eaten, how much, and when) may be needed. Small, frequent meals may be more tolerable than large, less frequent meals. A diet high in fat may worsen the feeling.
Call your health care provider if
Call your doctor if:
The feeling lasts for days to weeks and does not get better
You lose weight without trying
You have dark stools
You have nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain, or bloating
You have fever and chills
What to expect at your health care provider's office
The doctor will examine you and ask questions such as:
When did this symptom begin?
How long does each episode last?
What foods, if any, make the symptoms worse?
What other symptoms do you have (for example, vomiting, excessive gas, abdominal pain, ...
Alternative Names Peritoneal tap; Paracentesis Normal Values Normally, there should be little or no fluid in the the abdominal space. What abnormal results mean An examination of abdominal fluid may show: Cirrhosis of the liver Damaged bowel Heart disease Infection Kidney disease Pancreatic disease Tumor (cancerous or noncancerous)
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