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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Stomach bloating and weight gain
    me in the right direction For the last 6 years I have had stomach bloating I did every test possible It is not IBS thyroid or low stomach acidity food allergies I can look 5 6 months pregnant without exaggerating Also in these 6 years I have had a 30 pound weight gain I have an amazing diet and always exercise I have never been healthier It seems the healthier I eat or the more I exercise the bigger I get The weird thing is last July I gave birth During my pregnancy and for about 6 months after birth I didn t seem to have this problem Now it is back worse than ever I have had to pull out my maternity clothes again because my clothes might fit me 1 day but not the next Sometime I can even get bloated in my face and arms Someone mentionned that it might have to do with hormones or maybe missing minerals in body like sodium It has taken control over my life If there is anybody that can help I would really appreciate it Reply with quote tnmomof3 tnmomof3 Posts 1 Joined Fri Jul 14 2006 10 50 pm Fri Jul 14 2006 11 01 pm My 10 year old daughter also suffers from bloating she looks pregnant and weight gain more in the belly her face also gets fat when she was a toddler she was underweight Then she started gaining when she turned 6 She was put on lactulose once and gained about 10 lbs in a month while on this I am looking into gluten intolerance She also is short and suffers from constipation I am getting her tested for food intolerance at york labs Reply with quote kmas kmas Posts 10 Joined Fri Apr 14 2006 1 11 am Sun Jul 16 2006 1 38 am Hi tnmomof3 I am sorry to hear about your daughter I know how frustrating it can be when nobody can figure out what is wrong with you I am surprised that she gained that weight while on Lactulose I am also on it I find that it has helped with the bloating but not the weight gain I am seeing an Endocrinologist next week Hopefully he can help Was your daughter tested for blockages or Gastroperis Please keep me posted Reply with quote lenguerrand lenguerrand Posts 1 Joined Fri Jul 21 2006 2 51 am bloating stomach as pregnant and other symptoms Fri Jul 21 2006 2 52 am Hi If these are some of your symptoms pelvic pain cramps early or late periods that become shorter and shorter joint pain arthritis even when you are young fibromas bloated stomach as if you were pregnant tender breasts fatigue vaginitis and or cystitis infertility and or miscarriages of course in case you are actually trying to get pregnant lack of concentration and last but not least hair loss Congratulations you have a STD infection The funny part is that I

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Stomach bloating and weight gain
    stomach is actually fluid retention down to histamine and not gas as I thought no wonder all the IBS meds never worked Recently diagnosed and already feeling better for cutting out Dairy I have a flat stomach again I paid for the tests myself though as my GP is hopeless He puts any stomach troubles down to stress or ibs Something is irritating your bowel I thought this might help some of you who are suffering as I know how depressing it can be Reply with quote somewhereiniowa somewhereiniowa Posts 2 Joined Sat Jul 16 2011 1 21 am Fri Jun 08 2012 11 22 am I have posted before Been dealing with this for about a year now Bloated like I am 9 months pregnant No other symptoms except the bloating that sometimes pushes and makes it hard to breathe at times Had every test possible done upper lower stomach emptying girly tests to rule out cancer food allergy food intolerance three breath tests etc Did some more research online and read about birth control pills being the possible culprit I am on Seasonique and don t even have the four periods a year as I just continue on to the next pack to not have one at all This was all okay with my Dr as I have a bad low back and I would get really bad back pain with the period My quality of life has sucked for almost a year now Decided to go off my pills after being on BCP s for over 10 plus years After two days of going off of them no more bloating All of the Dr s knew I was on BCP s but none of them ever suggested that they could be the problem Of course neither did I I am going to give it two months to make sure It s been almost a week now and I am pretty sure those were my problem I may need to test other brands of BCP or have the boyfriend go in for a snip snip Reply with quote strohs1 strohs1 Posts 1 Joined Wed Jun 27 2012 4 19 pm Re Stomach bloating and weight gain Wed Jun 27 2012 6 04 pm im sorry to hear there is so many of us with the same problem maybe my story can help after 20yrs i have an answer to my misery ABDOMINAL AORTIC ANEURYSM I to was bloated and swollen all test that u can image were done then my doctor was present at my ultra sound and found my ANEURYSM not the gall bladder not liver not ibs flare up and last but not least no pregancy or lost mind was told it is more common in men than in women and that is why they dont look for it mine was on the verge of rupture when it was spotted so i was rushed to surgery that indeed saved my life if it had been caught

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Stomach bloating and weight gain
    and don t move about and don t drink anything it doesn t get to bad I ve tried to drink Boost drinks to keep my energy somewhat up but it makes me swell and get in pain so I am at a loss I am now being referred to Duke University to a specialist I hope that they get it scheduled really soon because I cannot take this anymore I ve gained 15 lbs in 3 months Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated I need answers and don t know what else to do I have read a lot of the posts and I don t want to wait for years for some doctor to practice medicine on me I want someone that knows what they are dealing with and can give me definite answers I do a lot of research and have found a few things but nothing exactly to what is going on Desperately in need of HELP Reply with quote Carrieo Carrieo Posts 3 Joined Thu Mar 29 2012 9 54 pm Re Stomach bloating and weight gain Wed Mar 06 2013 10 35 pm http justvitaminc blogspot co uk 2013 03 how to reduce stomach bloating html This might be helpful It s an article I wrote about the connection between chewing or rather the lack of it and stomach bloating Caroline Reply with quote Falknerthemaster Falknerthemaster Posts 1 Joined Tue Aug 13 2013 6 43 am Tue Aug 13 2013 6 56 am I m 13 and i weight 66kg already I have a big belly but the other places of my body are not as fat I m only 160 cm tall what should I do Reply with quote hiwic1687 hiwic1687 Posts 1 Joined Tue Nov 26 2013 5 08 pm Re Stomach bloating and weight gain Tue Nov 26 2013 5 16 pm Hi friends I am pissed of this problem and confidence workout everything is lost from my life As soon as i start going to gym and lift some weights this problems starts Bloated stomach followed by constipation null urge to eat food headache lost stamina increased heart beat and in extreme nose bleeding When i stop workout for few days things start getting back to normal but gymming is my life how can i stay so unfit HELP Reply with quote KatieB KatieB Posts 1 Joined Wed Feb 19 2014 5 41 pm Re Stomach bloating and weight gain Wed Feb 19 2014 6 02 pm I ve read most of the comments and finally feel relieved it s not just me I am 17 years old and this has been bothering me since last year Since the summer I have put 1 stone on I know we ve had Christmas and I ve had a holiday slipped in there too but I just don t understand I bloat after anything I eat drink and no one seems to understand I do exercise 5 6 times a

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Stomach bloating and weight gain
    Father Father Posts 2 Joined Wed May 20 2015 6 02 am Wed May 20 2015 6 12 am Janie I m in similar situation What is your current situation What has been most effective to alleviate troublesome symptoms Thanks email protected Post a reply Jump to Select a forum General Biology General Discussion Cell Biology Molecular Biology Zoology Discussion Evolution Microbiology Bioinformatics Human Biology Botany Discussion Genetics Physiology Ecology

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - How long do the periods of systole and diastole last?
    defining the end points of these periods particularly diastole So i was wondering what the normal lengths of these periods are and what could affect the lengths of these periods I assume that the lengths of the periods is mainly affected by pressure blood volume and not electrical activity so an ECG won t tell you how long these periods are unless a heart beat is interrupted by another Is

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - QRS complex
    physics The heart is in a tilted position the action potential moves accordingly Reply with quote daniel kurz daniel kurz Posts 167 Joined Fri May 19 2006 1 47 am Tue Mar 19 2013 1 29 pm Go back to looking at physics of vectors of electrical charge Vectors never cross and they are vectors that can be summed based on their components If you think of the heart electricity flows from the SA node through the AV node and then down the septum through the Bundle of His As the electricity moves the direction of flow at any given instant is defined by the vector All the individual vectors from each cell of the heart are summed together to give the overall vector of the electrical flow We see that on an EKG and talk about the QRS complex as a result That is only made possible by the fact that an electrical engineer that made the EKG has cunningly made one recording lead the primary When the vector is moving in that direction we see upwards direction movement on the EKG When the vector is moving away we see downwards direction movement on the EKG Assuming that the EKG recording leads were put on correctly In most cases the heart is pointing down and to the anatomical left at an angle of about 5 10 In rare cases the heart can point to the anatomical right or in extremely rare cases can be inverted and pointing to the anatomical right Reply with quote jamesfrank jamesfrank Posts 2 Joined Wed Jan 28 2015 4 29 am Wed Jan 28 2015 4 53 am In most cases the heart is pointing down and to the anatomical left at an angle of about 5 10 In rare cases the heart can

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - How many amino acids found in nature?
    quote JackBean JackBean Posts 5694 Joined Mon Sep 14 2009 7 12 pm Tue Nov 06 2012 4 49 pm infinite Reply with quote jinx25 jinx25 Posts 58 Joined Sun Oct 07 2012 12 54 pm Wed Nov 07 2012 1 27 pm Really Reply with quote JackBean JackBean Posts 5694 Joined Mon Sep 14 2009 7 12 pm Wed Nov 07 2012 8 41 pm technically of course in reality the number is limited Reply with quote dyna789 dyna789 Posts 1 Joined Tue May 14 2013 8 45 am Re How many amino acids found in nature Tue May 14 2013 8 55 am There will be millions of organic compounds that contain amine groups and carboxylic acid groups and so could be called amino acids Reply with quote Athira Athira Posts 6 Joined Fri Jan 09 2015 1 41 pm Thu Jan 15 2015 5 16 pm There are about 20 21 amino acids found in nature and many other amino acids about 500 or so are artificially synthesised Reply with quote boron boron Posts 17 Joined Wed Jan 04 2012 10 14 am Re How many amino acids found in nature Sat Feb 07 2015 6 48

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  • Biology-Online • View topic - Cancer = Mutation: Stopping Mutation Would Cure Cancer?
    some of those mutated cells may survive and become cancer cells later when its their turn Also since both treatments target dividing cells they are harmful to all the rapidly dividing cells in a human body not only cancer cells These include especially blood cells and epithelial cells which both divide constantly and are therefore affected by irradiation and chemotherapy Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy often lose their hair for this precise reason the fast dividing cells of the hair follicle become so damaged that the hair falls off and they have gastrointestinal problems because the gut epithelium gets damaged in the treatment Radiotherapy is typically aimed to a very precise area where the tumor is and this helps to save the other tissues of the body Chemotherapeutic agents have systemic effects since they are delivered intravenously and because of that may have wider side effects Because of the nature of these therapies it is paradoxically so that often the most aggressive cancers respond best to the treatments since the cancer cells in these cases divide very rapidly Of course the cancer may still spread too quickly to be curable Slow growing passive cancers in turn may allow the patient to live for many years without much problems but turn out to be extremely resistant to these treatments once therapies are required I just wanted to give you a brief overview of these two topics since you seemed to have confused them Also I hope that you notice that fighting cancer is a very tricky business and may even require introducing mutations to the patient s body to help them survive As others have already said preventing cancer altogether may be next to impossible but better treatments can most certainly be developed If I had to guess I would perhaps go for monoclonal antibody based treatments to be the next big thing The specific nature of antibodies would allow targeting only the cancer cells without harming the healthy cells and the antibody can stimulate the body s own immune cells to kill the cancer cells or they can block vital receptors on the cancer cell s surface or they could even be used to deliver cell killing drugs to the exact spot where they are needed Also antibodies reach almost all tissues in the body Some progress in this field has already been made but I guess it is needless to say that also these drugs have had many difficulties along the way For example because cancer cells divide quickly and they may have dysfunctional proof reading mechanisms in the cell replication they easily accumulate more mutations and these have a good chance to stop any one drug from working Thus combination treatments would probably be needed for curing a cancer making the task of developing drugs even more difficult you would need not just one effective drug but several For these and other reasons the researchers still have much to do before cancer can be treated in a similar manner

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