It seems that there is gas in the stomach and the constant urge to defecate may be caused by dietary factors or disease factors such as gastrointestinal dysfunction, chronic gastroenteritis, and intestinal tumors. Patients should promptly consult a doctor for relevant examinations to clarify the cause of the disease and then treat it.
I. Dietary Factors
Foods rich in fiber and starch, such as sweet potatoes, potatoes, soybeans, etc., will react with the flora in the intestine and produce carbon dioxide and other gases that may cause temporary bloating in the intestine and also squeeze the stool in the intestine. It usually returns to normal after defecation and does not require treatment.
Gastrointestinal dysfunction: mostly related to mental stress, poor diet and other factors, resulting in abnormal gastrointestinal function, but no organic damage, when intestinal peristalsis becomes slower, which may lead to the accumulation of stool and gas in the intestine. Patients should seek immediate medical attention and be treated with drugs such as chlorazepam tablets and chlorpromazine hydrochloride tablets under the guidance of a doctor.
Chronic gastroenteritis: usually refers to the inflammatory response in the stomach related to overeating, eating too cold food, irregular diet and other factors, which can lead to symptoms such as loss of appetite and abdominal discomfort. Patients should be treated promptly with intestinal probiotics such as Bifidobacterium lactis triptans and other anti-inflammatory drugs such as azathioprine tablets under the guidance of a physician.
Intestinal tumor: Caused by abnormal growth of tissue in the intestine that may be benign or malignant. The mass can block the intestine and interfere with the normal flow of food. It usually needs to be treated by surgery or radiation or chemotherapy under the guidance of a doctor, depending on the specific condition.
In addition to the above, the symptoms may also be caused by irritable bowel syndrome, cholecystitis, or gastritis. It is recommended that patients follow a proper diet, get regular rest and avoid overexertion.