The following Conditions are related to Bloating

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  • Ectopic pregnancy

    The good news is that, for most women, an ectopic pregnancy can be treated and cured.If you're experiencing symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy, you'll want to get to the doctor ASAP. The sooner you're diagnosed and treated, the more likely it is that your pregnancy will be saved.The first thing your doctor will do is take a sample of your blood or urine to test for hCG levels. If those are high enough, this  Read More

  • Endometrial ablation

    Unfortunately, there is no cure or medication for endometrial ablation. The treatment is meant to fix problems with the uterus that cause heavy bleeding, and it usually does so for a period of time. After that time period has passed, though, the symptoms may return, and you may have to get another endometrial ablation.First and foremost, talk to your doctor about what kind of pain management options they can offer.  Read More

  • Ovarian cancer

    Early-stage ovarian cancer rarely causes any symptoms. Advanced-stage ovarian cancer may cause few and nonspecific symptoms that are often mistaken for more common benign conditions. Signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer may include: Abdominal bloating or swelling Quickly feeling full when eating Weight loss Discomfort in the pelvis area Changes in bowel habits, such as constipation  Read More

  • Ovarian cysts

    Most cysts don't cause symptoms and go away on their own. However, a large ovarian cyst can cause: Pelvic pain — a dull or sharp ache in the lower abdomen on the side of the cyst Fullness or heaviness in your abdomen Bloating When to see a doctor Seek immediate medical attention if you have: Sudden, severe abdominal or pelvic pain Pain with fever or vom  Read More