14 Solutions for Increased gas or bloating

Avoid fried or spicy food

Self-Management

3 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 67% reported success

sentiment_neutral 33% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Anti-foaming agents

OTC Meds

Gas-X, Mylanta Gas, Phazyme

3 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Antacids

OTC Meds

Tums, Rolaids, or Mylanta

2 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Zofran (Ondansetron)

Prescription

2 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Avoid foods with high fat content

Self-Management

2 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 50% reported success

sentiment_neutral 50% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Peppermint

Other Remedies

2 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 50% reported success

sentiment_neutral 50% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Avoid onions and garlic

Self-Management

2 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 50% reported success

sentiment_neutral 50% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Avoid high-fiber food

Self-Management

1 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Exercise, taking a walk after a meal

Self-Management

Exercise can help release trapped gas and gas pain.

1 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 0% reported success

sentiment_neutral 100% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Chamomile tea

Other Remedies

1 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 0% reported success

sentiment_neutral 100% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Avoid soda and other carbonated beverages

Self-Management

1 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Try not to take in too much air while you eat and talk

Self-Management

1 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Eat slowly

Self-Management

1 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 100% reported success

sentiment_neutral 0% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

Lactase supplements

OTC Meds

1 patients reviewed this

sentiment_satisfied_alt 0% reported success

sentiment_neutral 100% reported no effect

sentiment_very_dissatisfied 0% reported feeling worse

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