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Abdominal Pain |10 Causes Why You Have Stomach Pain After
Eating
In most people, stomach pain af ter eating is hardly a cause f or concern.
Typically, it goes away af ter a f ew minutes and happens very inf requently.
Other people however can experience abdominal pain on a routine basis
af ter a meal. If this is you, f ollowing are the 10 possibilities of why this
happens.

Overeating and Trapped Wind
T his is the most obvious reason f or abdominal pain and is of ten easy
enough to address. What happens is that a person eats too much,
making it hard f or the stomach to keep up with all the f ood being
digested, resulting to some aches along the tummy area. A good way to
solve this would be walking a normal pace to help with digestion. Eating
proper portions and drinking water would also help. If a person eats too f ast, there’s also a good chance
that they’ve managed to ingest some wind along the way. T his leads to bloating and some pain which can
be addressed easily enough. Typically, the best solution f or this is some light walking to exercise the wind
out of the system.

Stomach Ulcer
T his is def ined by small erosions along the stomach or the intestine. Individuals with stomach ulcer of ten
f ind themselves experiencing pain af ter eating something acidic, causing f luids to pass through the lining.
It’s a very painf ul condition that requires medical attention immediately. Typically, some medications are
provided to heal the ulcer. Individuals with this kind of health condition of ten suf f er f rom highly stressf ul
jobs.

Constipation
People with bowel problems may experience abdominal pain af ter each meal as the stomach starts to f ill in.
T his is because their stool has been in the tract f or a long time and started hardening, preventing the body
f rom completing the process of digestion. Constipation can be treated using dif f erent medications,
depending on the severity. Drinking enough f luid can also help with the digestion process. Note that
passing stool should be done every day. If there has been a 3 or 4 day delay, this might be a cause f or
concern.

Gallstones
Gallstones are balls of bile which may f orm along the gallbladder. T hey vary in sizes, growing as large as
golf -balls when ignored over time. Af ter growing, the stones can start causing problems with the natural
order of things, sometimes leading to stomach pain along the right side where the organ is located. In some
cases, the pain may extend to the shoulder, especially af ter eating f atty f ood items.

Appendicitis