It doesn't matter what it is, it could be two celery stalks, and my stomach will be all "HAHAHA no" and a burning sensation will start about 30 mins after I eat..it's hard to describe. The burning sensation doesn't hurt, it feels "heavy" and almost like my gut is full of bile.
When I bend or lie down I can feel bile coming up my throat, but it also happens when I'm upright. It's hell trying to keep it down. I can't eat anything without this happening. I've heard that if you purge too much, or for too long, your stomach will automatically try to reject what you ate because it's so used to it.
I've taken tums and acid reducers and guzzled water, but nothing helps. I don't want to go to the doctor over something so silly, she knows about my ED and I don't really want to be preached at about my purging..does this happen to anyone else, and if so, do you know what it is and how to relieve it?
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My stomach is always upset after I eatI give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it.
It sounds like a stomach ulcer :/
My cousin gets them all the time. Eating becomes really painful and your stomach can't handle food
At first I thought it was an ulcer, but it's not painful and I don't have any other symptoms, just the burning sensation. I tried to look it up on google, and I got a ton of answers - everything from normal heart burn to acid reflux disease.
I suppose if it continues I'll see a doctor, but I don't think she's going to do much other than give me anti-acid pills and blood work. It seems nearly every time I go there I have to get poked with a goddamn needle.I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it.
I would of gone for acid reflux. That's what it sounded like to me. Honestly, go the Doctor now. Why wait? In regards to your 1st message, it doesn't sound silly at all. Sounds like this is a genuine problem, and the Doctor's are usually more helpful when you give them specific symptoms like this and you might find they can actually help with it! I'd go if I was having your symptoms every day. Definitely isn't something I'd want, or want to put up with every time I eat. Go the Doctors man :-P you know you should! lol. xx
29 yrs old. Bulimic, still. Can't seem to recover.
Yeah, acid reflux pills might be the answer. I had that problem too and they helped.