Ulcerative colitis is yet another cause of stomach pain on the right side. Ulcerative colitis symptoms include: abdominal pain, gurgling in the abdomen, nausea and vomiting, etc. See our site Pain in the Stomach as well as Alive Probiotics.
Once diagnosed with ulcerative colitis your doctor will suggest eating frequent small meals throughout the day. Eating this way is gentler on your digestive tract.
Drink lots of water in small amounts throughout the day. Avoid high fiber foods such as popcorn, beans, nuts and seeds. If they do not bother you, a high fiber diet is always a good thing for healing. It is more the kernal rather than the food that is the reason for avoidance. Small seeds and foods with kernals or shells will often aggravate by way of becoming trapped in the digestive tract.
Avoiding fried foods if a common answer to most digestive diseases. Let’s face it, concentrated fat is never going to be a good thing. Limiting your intake of caffeine and decrease your alcohol consumption will be on the list of what is suggested to you, as well.
Stress plays a big role in the onset of gastrointestinal disorders. Stress can easily cause your stomach to flare up and become inflamed. Learn to relax, and eliminate stresses including the stress of an unhealthy diet. Choosing to eat healthy foods and avoiding white flour and sugar products will keep from taxing the liver and then the gastro intestinal tract following. Enough cannot be said about a healthy diet and lifestyle and how quickly you can move towards a pain free and healthy, happy life.
No one enjoys stomach pain. You may enjoy what brought you to this point in time but it will be no fun from here out if you do not make changes that heal the body.
The reasons for pain are many and we encourage you to take positive and healthy steps to decrease those issues that steer you in the wrong direction and instead make the positives steps to increasing your immune system, your gastrointestinal tract and in doing so you will undoubtedly increase your sense of well being.