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  1. Abdominal swelling, or distention, is more often caused by overeating than by a serious illness. This problem also can be caused by: Air swallowing (a nervous habit) Buildup of fluid in the ... problem) Gas in the intestines from eating foods that are ...
  2. ... Cannot pass stool or gas Have a swollen abdomen (distention) that does not go away Keep vomiting Have unexplained abdominal pain that does not go away
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  4. Symptoms may include: Abdominal distention Hypoglycemia (in people with diabetes) Nausea Premature abdominal fullness after meals Weight loss without trying Vomiting Abdominal pain
  5. ... pain Bloating Constipation Nausea and vomiting Swollen abdomen ( abdominal distention ) Weight loss
  6. ... you have diarrhea or constipation? Do you have abdominal distention ? Do you have excessive or absent gas (flatus) ? Have you noticed any bleeding from the rectum or black stools? You ... tests: Abdominal CT scan Abdominal x-ray Blood tests Endoscopy ...
  7. ... may look or feel bloated. This is called abdominal distention . Other symptoms may include: Fever and chills Passing little or no stools or gas Excessive fatigue Passing less urine Nausea and vomiting Racing heartbeat Shortness of breath
  8. Symptoms can vary, but may include: Abdominal distention (swollen belly) Bluish skin of the face, especially around the lips Chest pain Cold skin and pale appearance Confusion Cough with pink, ...
  9. ... heart rate Tenderness when the abdomen is pressed Abdominal distention
  10. ... pain Pale or clay-colored stools Dark urine Abdominal distention Absence of menstruation (amenorrhea) may also be a ...
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