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 Stomach Pain Gas Is Just the Worse

Got stomach pain gas…all of the time, everyday, in the morning, at night, etc? 

Well if you do along with

  • bloating and 
  • excruciating stomach pain 

you may be having an allergic reaction to something that you’ve eaten.  

Could It Be An Allergy?

Yes, an allergy because of all of that stomach pain and gas!  Just because you haven’t been allergic to something before doesn’t exclude you from being allergic to it now.

We all have occasional gas of course but I am talking about all of the time, oh my goodness what do you eat  gas that occurs too often causing you to have severe gas pains!

If you are constantly having bouts with horrible gas, bloating and cramps, it could be because your body is producing an excessive amount of mucus, which can be the result of having an allergy.  If your body does not like something, it responds and in this case, your body would produce too much mucus that it can’t handle. 

The Deal With Mucus

Ok, Look at this example:  

Consume a food that you are allergic to ----> Histamine kicks in---> Too much mucus produced---> Gas, Bloating, Pain, Congestion, Sneezing, etc. ---> Diarrhea or Constipation


OK so this is where the antihistamine comes in handy or just simply avoiding consuming foods you are allergic to. 

If you gone to the doctor with no avail and have continued to have these symptoms, you may need to see an allergist.

How To Get Rid Of Excess Mucus?

Finding Mucus Relief is closer than you think.   There are several things you can do:

  1. Blow Your Nose
  2. Try a neti pot
  3. Take a really good decongestant
  4. Try to avoid allergens, pollen (can be hard with this), food, household chemicals, perfumes, pet, etc. that is causing your excess mucus production

How do I know?
Well because I have been there and done that.

I use to be able to eat anything but now I can’t even have chocolate, yes chocolate!, argh!

without my body producing so much mucus. 

With the excess mucus, I become congested along with experiencing the

especially if I don’t take an antihistamine prior to congesting the food item.  The gas and cramps can be extremely bad if I consume more than one item that I’m allergic to. 


Stomach Pain Gas Combo Example

My husband makes the best turkey soup....yum!!

after Thanksgiving from his homemade broth that consists of turkey...of course, carrots, and celery, however I’m allergic to all of these...yikes! 

If I consume one thing, it’s not so bad but if I consume them all in one sitting, you’re talking about major

  • bloating, 
  • cramps,
  •  congestion, etc.    

Stomach pain gas combination is not very pleasant.


I hope this information has helped you.  Please comment and share if it has. xo, V❤️

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