What Are the Common Causes of Bloating and Gas?
Causes of gas and bloating can be caused by some medical conditions, such as lactose intolerance or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). They can also be a side effect of certain medications. Talk to your doctor to rule out any underlying medical issues.2
These common medical conditions can increase pressure and cramping:
The most common symptoms are pretty easy to spot:
Voluntary or involuntary passing of gas.
Bloating from too much gas.
Too much gas stuck in your stomach or intestines can result in feeling 'full' from bloating. Your stomach may feel swollen or tight.
It’s important to be aware of the severity of your symptoms. Gas can be intensely uncomfortable and can easily be confused for other, more serious conditions.2 If these symptoms persist, please consult your doctor.