This website is intended to possibly help others just by telling my story but does not constitute the answer of an ailment. Always seek medical advice from your primary care physician.
Stomach Pain and Mucus
Stomach pain and mucus may be related when it comes to battling with known or unknown allergies.
Stomach Pain And Mucus Relation
People suffer from stomach pain due to mucus because of the excess amount that accumulates in the stomach.
This can occur when individuals do not:
- blow his/her nose after sneezing or coughing
- flush sinuses with a nasal irrigation system in the morning, before going to bed or throughout the day
- use a saline spray to help loosen the mucus
- avoid foods in which they are allergic to
Allergy towards a food? Pay close attention to what you or your little one is eating. Before I dissevered I was allergic to certain foods, I would continue to eat them not knowing that it was the food that causing me to have excess inflammation to the point where my stomach would suffer. I was in severe pain because I was eating more than one type of food that I had the allergy towards. It would cause my whole body to respond. From itchy skin, to full stomach to ears slowly filling up with mucus, ugh!
Abdominal Pain And Mucus In The Mornings
When you wake up with nausea or an icky stomach (for me it was similar to being pregnant) and you are not sure why, the reasoning could be due to the mucus accumulating in your stomach overnight.
This occurs because you are continually breathing in air that could have
- pollen (dependent on the seaon)
- mold spores
- chemical residuals from certain household products
circulating especially if there is an absence of an air conditioning unit or air purifier to filter the air.
Could My Child Be Possibly Suffering From Stomach Pain Due To Mucus?
Of course, every child is different, but if you've been to several doctors with no avail and no real diagnosis, mucus could be causing his/her pain.
This is the time to pay close attention to your child and look out for the signs and cues that will provide you the information that you need.
Some signs could be:
- itchiness (eyes and/or skin)
- watery eyes, etc.
Start keeping a log of foods and begin paying attention to environmental factors (pollen content).
Also be mindful that each season is different and that your child could be allergic to certain things in the spring but not in the fall and vice versus.
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