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trish44
Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 9:54pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Does anyone else experience this?  It is happening to me after eating quite often.  I guess it is my gall bladder spilling out something to aid in digestion.  Is this a normal happening?  I really am not turning into a hypochondriac, just becoming more aware of my body doing its thing.  At time it is quite noisy, like right now.  I just ate some chollard greens with hamburger mixed in.  Someone talked about that yesterday, and it sounded so good, and it was.


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Does anyone else experience this?  It is happening to me after eating quite often.  I guess it is my gall bladder spilling out something to aid in digestion.  Is this a normal happening?  I really am not turning into a hypochondriac, just becoming more aware of my body doing its thing.  At time it is quite noisy, like right now.  I just ate some chollard greens with hamburger mixed in.  Someone talked about that yesterday, and it sounded so good, and it was.


You gallbladder is on your right side, just below the liver.  The pancreas is on the left.


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ok, then how about the pancreas?  Would that produce a noise?  This is definitely on the left right below the ribs.


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ok, then how about the pancreas?  Would that produce a noise?  This is definitely on the left right below the ribs.


Could be.  I'd be more inclined to think it's your intestines.  It could also be the splenic flexure of your large intestines.  Looking at someone, Think of your large intestines/bowel as a small case n, super imposed over the abdomen area with a little loop at the end on the bottom on the individual's left.  Each place at the top where there is a "bend" is called a flexure.  There's the hepatic (liver) flexure on the right and there's the splenic flexure on the left.


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Thanks KK, but should it be making a noise?  I am still bubbling!


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When I had my chemo, I had a lot of pain in the spleen, and it was swollen.  So it does worry me a little, just want to hear that it is normal I guess.


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that one will be a good question for your Dr!
let us know what she says.


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Thanks KK, but should it be making a noise?  I am still bubbling!


Imho it's a common experience for the intestines to occasionally make noise/gurgle sounds.  You could be experiencing something as simple as gas moving around.  But I agree with Lola.  If it keeps up (over a long period of time) ask your doctor.


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Thanks again, I will keep an eye (ear) on it!!


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IMHO this is most likely a sound from your stomach/intestine. It is provbably a bit of digestive trouble as KK mentioned....maybe not used to so much meat...this is something I have experienced....for what its worth.
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That is good to hear.  Wondering if that would produce gas.  I seem to have had a lot of it lately as well.  I thought only beans and other veggies did that.  I have never had a digestion problem before, but lately after I eat, and come to think of it, meat, I feel full, like it is up at the bottom of my throat hours later.  Maybe I need enzymes.


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Eat smaller portions of meat more times a day as needed, chew carefully and thoughtfully, consume grains away from meat, etc.

How long has this been going on?
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Just for the last few weeks, and not every day.  Today is fine, so far.  Have had only some chicken soup tho.  Think I will have a salad for dinner with some salmon on top, and we will see what happens with that.  I have never had a gas problem or digestion problem before.  I was planning on doing the Master Cleanse, but now think I should see how this situation clears.


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Just for the last few weeks, and not every day.  Today is fine, so far.  Have had only some chicken soup tho.  Think I will have a salad for dinner with some salmon on top, and we will see what happens with that.  I have never had a gas problem or digestion problem before.  I was planning on doing the Master Cleanse, but now think I should see how this situation clears.



Hi,
I also started to hear strange noises about a year ago and it hasn't stopped ... I don't want to alarm nor
worry u but after all that I've read about it , it can be a number of things and also stress !!!

I have spoken to many people about this and especially to the ones that have experienced it ...
From what I have gathered  digestive problems is most likely the reason ... perhaps too much gas ... eating the wrong foods, too many sweets and/or and eating too much ...  
May also be a gluten allergy perhaps ... maybe celiac ??

Another thing is that; depending on ur age, I've also heard
that as we get older ...  we become noisier ... sigh ...  
and/or because the esophagus loosens over time we may also start to get reflux problems etc ...
The digestive system is a very complicated process and at anytime something can start to work less efficiently and cause all sort of distress

Argh,  I went crazy for many months and now I have calmed down about it and just try to be VERY compliant to the bloodtype diet ...
Some days I barely hear any noise and others r horrible, noisy and VERY embarassing !!

I wish u all the best ... Please keep us posted ... I really understand where u're coming from but stressing over it does NOT help  
Cheers


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Lately, my insides get very noisy also after I have a meal!  It's digestion going on!  Gas, and movement of stuff. . up, across and down!  lol!  How's that for a scientific description??  



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Lately, my insides get very noisy also after I have a meal!  It's digestion going on!  Gas, and movement of stuff. . up, across and down!  lol!  How's that for a scientific description??  


My question is this;
Why suddenly all the noise ??
Why did we NOT ever hear it before ??


I beleive that something else is going on ...  however; I do hope that u r right Victoria and that it's nothing more than digestion  gone noisy ...


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perhaps all you noisy girls should try out food combining principles.....for a while, until things are back to normal.
how s that?


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Are u suggesting that it may be combining protein and carbs that does it ?  
It seems that Dr. D'Adamo doesn't beleive in that theory though ??

Thank-u


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He has never advised against it, specially if there s a digestive issue.

try a search from the general search engine on the main page, left margin.

a lot of people have benefited from following those guidelines.



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He has never advised against it, specially if there s a digestive issue.

try a search from the general search engine on the main page, left margin.

a lot of people have benefited from following those guidelines.





I will do that thanks again


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a few links and general guidelines
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http://www.hps-online.com/food/index.htm
http://www.thewolfeclinic.com/newsletter/newsletter0002.html

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Avoid eating carbohydrates with acid fruits
Avoid eating concentrated proteins with concentrated carbohydrates
Do not consume two concentrated proteins at the same meal
Do not consume fats with proteins
Use fats sparingly
Do not eat acid fruits with proteins
Do not combine sweet fruits with proteins, starches, or acid fruits
Eat only one concentrated starch at a meal
Acid fruits may be used with sub acid fruits
Sub acid fruits may be used with sweet fruits
Combine fruit only with lettuce and celery
Salads combine very well with proteins or starches
Do not consume melons with any other foods
eat grains is as sprouts. When grains are sprouted, they come alive with enzymes and oxygen. They become a predigested food.


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I'm sure that must be more simple than it appears, because it sure looks complicated!  

Thanks, Lola;  you may be right about this.



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Avoid eating carbohydrates with acid fruits
Avoid eating concentrated proteins with concentrated carbohydrates
Do not consume two concentrated proteins at the same meal
Do not consume fats with proteins
Use fats sparingly
Do not eat acid fruits with proteins
Do not combine sweet fruits with proteins, starches, or acid fruits
Eat only one concentrated starch at a meal
Acid fruits may be used with sub acid fruits
Sub acid fruits may be used with sweet fruits
Combine fruit only with lettuce and celery
Salads combine very well with proteins or starches
Do not consume melons with any other foods
eat grains is as sprouts. When grains are sprouted, they come alive with enzymes and oxygen. They become a predigested food.


I remember having this food combining list on my fridge, light years ago.

But now, I have a problem with some of these food combining rules.  Most meats come with "some" fat already as a part of them, and, as we have learned, Type O's should have some fat with their protein.

So, as I see it, not all of these food combining rules really apply to every blood type the same.



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a google search will lead you to various combining sites......
just adapt the rules which best suit you.


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Thanks all, this does make some sense.  However, the day I posted I had about 6 oz. cooked ground round mixed with collard greens, no carbs or anything else.  The ground meat was all finely broken, so it shouldn't have been difficult to digest.  I think I am going to do it again this weekend and see if it happens again.  Yesterday, I was real bad and I had three macadamia nut cookies, and no rumbling.  I am just going to keep track and see if I can figure this out.  Maybe food combining is the way to go.  Thank you all!


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