Stomach ache after ingestion corn?

I have intestinal discomfort after ingesting corn. It's a really bad stomach-ache in my lower stomach region. it's so bad, it's almost painful. it's everytime after i eat corn, no matter what thoughtful. can anyone tell me what is wrong?
Answers:
You have a intolerance to corn, that simple. There are many populace that have this very weakness. Don't eat corn unless your willing to salary the price, some people get diarrhea unadulterated bad, others like you, merely stomach aches. Source(s): Former MedLab technologist supervisor
WOW, that sucks because corn is one of my favorite foods. I have matching thing with anything too sweet. If something contains alot of white flour and sugar, the combinition of the two puts me on the floor crying.
Your body isn't comfortable next to corn is all I can guess, best thing to do...don't get through corn.
Maybe it's the starch? Do you get like this if you put away other starchy vegetables?
I own the same problem. I just did a go through, and it seems like it could be irritable bowel syndrome:

http://www.fda.gov/fdac/features/2001/40…
"According to the National Institutes of Health, folks with IBS seem to own colons that are more sensitive and reactive than usual, so they respond to stimuli that would not bother most people. Eating, stress, gas, depression, and other ordinary events can incentive the colon to overreact. Certain medications and foods, such as milk products in lactose-intolerant ethnic group, dietary fats, corn, and wheat, are known to trigger spasms contained by some people. Sometimes these spasms delay the lane of stool, leading to constipation."
irritable bowel syndrome

If thats true you will not be able to digest corn since its one of the hardest things to digest in general
corn is not digestible. You are putting your intestines through torture by consuming this food. Do not eat corn.

Here's my suggestions to minister to stop your discomfort and give you a new agency of eating for your problem.

As a general rule, the small piece and cereal foods at the top of this list make the safest, easiest, and most flexible soluble fiber foundations for your meals and snacks.

Rice, Pasta and noodles, Oatmeal, Barley, Fresh white breads such as French or sourdough (NOT whole wheat or total grain)* Rice cereals, Flour tortillas, Soy, Corn meal, Potatoes, Carrots, Yams, Sweet potatoes, Turnips, Beets, Squash and pumpkins, Mushrooms, Chestnuts, Avocados (though they do enjoy some fat), Bananas, Applesauce, Mangoes, Papayas (also digestive aids that relieve gas and indigestion)

*Please choose a baked-daily, high quality, preservative-free brand. White bread does not aim Wonder. Source(s): Retired doctor of Naturopathic medicine
My friend has I.B.S irritable Bowel Syndrome and she be telling me that corn is not good on the bowels. The cramps could be your bowels getting upset due to the corn. Source(s): My bestfriend
STOP EATING CORN THEN!
You seems to be have an allergy to eating corn. From http://aches.in/stomachpain.html
Could be an allergy but I doubt it. More than likely, the corn is getting caught in the folds of the bowel (aka colon, aka
intestines) agreed as the diverticulum. Also chew your food
well, because foods like that can bulk up and block section
of your colon. I'd check with your primary care MD and enjoy
an UGI and lower GI (upper/lower gastrointestinal series)
series performed.
For more information:
Upper GI (aka UGI):
http://health.allrefer.com/health/upper-…
Lower GI series (aka BE):
http://health.allrefer.com/health/barium…
*Both references includes illustration and radiographic images.


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