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    Stomach Bloating

    After every meal I have, my stomach bloats. If I miss a meal, my stomach becomes acidic and then I get gastritis. My metabolism rate is also low which makes me gain weight easily. What can I do to prevent or treat this?
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    Mr Yuan Cheng

    Bariatric (Obesity) Surgeon, General Surgeon, Laparoscopic Surgeon

    Mr. Yuan Cheng is a qualified general surgeon with special interest in bariatric (obesity) surgery, for which he has undertaken extensive subspecialty training in both … View Profile

    It's hard to give you a precise answer, as stomach bloating can be due to a number of causes. I think it will be useful to find out what contributes to your symptoms and whether there is any underlying treatment disease. 

    http://www.healthline.com/symptom/abdominal-bloating

    This website seems reasonable and covers a large range of potential causes. 

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