Stomach problem

On going 6 years now I am 19..

started in grade 8 I went to show off and smoke marijuana with my friend and had a bad trip felt like as if my stomach (blew) up and that day changed my whole life . From then on the first month I had pains in my stomach that felt like it was ripping and I could only eat a motsfruitsation cup a day no lie ... I started getting scared was bed ridden couldn't get down water what ever I ate felt like if it (blew up) feeling again over and over after and when it would feel like that my body would over hear and back then I didn't know what that feeling ment so it made me go numb and panic attack. So after numerous trips to doctors and looking online couldn't help I got sad that I wouldn't get fuxed so I stopped getting help ... I started eating on my own buy myself I still can't eat proper :/ whenever I eat to much it replays that feeling but all the times and years now I'm use to it and can calmly get over it . But I jus want answers :( I also have some burping problem I can't burp normal constant burping it always gets stuck and when I feel it I have to use my jaw and like (my throat) lach if makes sense open. Sometimes it doesn't come out and goes back down and makes the feeling when u get hungry it (gurgles) but stays ongoing and when it does that it feels like my stomach opens inside and liquids move ? I dono :) like I said I have had this for 6 years I have bin to speaclist whole 9 yards didn't find shit they say it's anxiety but if I can't eat normal then I know something is wrong I use to be a chubby kid are more then my grandpa now I can't consume more then 3 glasses of juice a day if I'm lucky a big Gatorade and food to if anyone has same or close symptoms all of like to know is if I'm not the only one suffering :( @stomach @stomachproblems @burpingproblems

3 Replies

  • The gut and its functioning is affected by emotions. You are still living your "trauma" from the drugs and are being affected by the "alertness" that you create for yourself. It can be hard to accept a diagnosis of anxiety because it places the responsiblity back on your shoulders; that your "gut focus" is creating your symptoms. You struggle to digest food because your digestive system is being flooded by adrenaline, and then when you feel a symptom, you become more anxious etc. the cycle continues

    Check with your doctor if what you have is anxiety-related IBS

    If it is, your journey of change will mean learning how to relax/meditate and change the way that you are communicating with your gut

  • Omg your the best I haven't checked online for 3 years because it made me scared outta all the stuff I have tried your words have made me think possible that's it cuzz u hav a point it does act when a (feeeeling) acurs

  • It will take time to retrain your mind-gut connection, but the breathing is an important tool to develop.

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