Abdominal Pain and Bloating

pain-after-surgery-squareNo one wants to feel bloated on a daily basis, and no one wants to feel the annoyances of abdominal pain. Whether it is caused by stress, overeating, indigestion or gas, if you experience either of these conditions, we can help.

Abdominal bloating occurs when the abdomen fills up with gas or air, causing the area to feel and/or appear larger. GastroCare LI provides treatment for abdominal pain and bloating so our patients can get back to the way there were feeling prior to the conditions.

What are the symptoms associated with abdominal pain and bloating?

  • the abdomen area may feel tight or hard to the touch
  • discomfort
  • pain that starts in the area between the chest and pelvis area
  • cramps
  • pain described as achy, dull or sharp

How should you treat abdominal pain and bloating?

Before treatment can occur, the gastroenterologist must determine what is causing the pain and bloating. Also, depending on the location of the pain and bloating, treatment options can vary.

The pain and bloating can occur on the left side of the abdomen, the right side of the abdomen and/or the middle of the abdomen.

What should you do now?

If you are experiencing abdominal pain and bloating, call us today. Call us today especially if you are experiencing bloody vomit, bloody stool or uncontrolled vomiting.

We are experienced with diagnosing and treating abdominal pain and bloating. The first step in getting treatment is to call us to schedule an appointment.