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Thanks for your question.
Excess bloating can be caused by the other medical conditions.
Hypothyroid state should be checked with serum TSH level.
Gallbladder problem is another possibility.
Pancreatitis is another possibility.
These conditions should be checked by the CT scan of the abdomen with contrast.
You can try digestive enzyme supplement.
A probiotic like phillip's colon health will also help.
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Hi--let me take over here. I assume you haven't had any tests for the problem? How are your bowel movements?
No, no tests for this, about ayear ago I was having some issues with other things, and I had some blood testing done, for all sorts of things and it turned out all good.....as far as bowel movements, they are never super regular,sometimes diaharrea, but never severe or super frequent, but I have had fewer bowel movements than normal the last week or so....thats why I tried the fiber and tea thinking maybe I just needed to "go" so to speak, but it did not make that happen or make me feel any better
No cramping or pain really to speak of..very slight pain.....just mostly very uncomfortable.
I am a fairly slim person, so I dont know that you would notice unless I was wearing a tight shirt. it has only been there for the last couple weeks.,, I had my husband look at it and feel it and he said, maybe you are pregnant..he also said that my belly felt very hard.
yes, fairly firm.. mostly right in the center of my abdomen about the level of my belly button and across and below.
I guess i would say it is generally at the level of my navel and around at that same level by my obliques.
Ok, thank you. Could any of these be caused by exercise?