Maintaining a healthy diet is important to prevent illness. However, sometimes we can’t always control what we eat.
If you’re feeling any of these symptoms after eating, you may have an underlying condition.
Pain in the upper right part of your abdomen that radiates to your back or right shoulder blade may be a sign that you have gallstones. This happens when there is too much cholesterol in your bile, causing hard deposits to form in your gallbladder. Other symptoms include nausea, vomiting, bloating, and indigestion.
If you notice pain, tenderness, redness, or warmth around your ear, you might have an ear infection. This is caused by fluid buildup behind your eardrum. Other symptoms include fever, trouble hearing out of the affected ear and drainage from the ear.
This is an autoimmune condition that affects the digestive system. People with celiac disease are unable to eat gluten because it will damage their small intestines. Symptoms of the disease include abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, weight loss, fatigue, and anemia.
This is a severe form of gum disease that can destroy the bone and tissue that support your teeth. Some symptoms include bleeding gums when brushing or flossing your teeth, gums that are tender or swollen, gums that pull away from teeth, persistent bad breath, pus between teeth and gums, loose teeth, and changes in how your teeth fit together when biting.
See Your Doctor
If you’re feeling any of these symptoms after eating, you may have an underlying condition. Gallstones, an ear infection, celiac disease, and periodontitis are all illnesses caused by poor diet choices. If you think you might have one of these conditions, please see a doctor or dentist immediately.