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See Why Your Farts Smell So Bad And How To Prevent It by MercciLee: 3:43pm On Mar 18, 2018
Passing farts, especially very smelly farts, can be an embarrassing problem. Fortunately, for anyone who experiences smelly gas, there are steps that can be taken to reduce the problem.
In most cases, it is natural and healthy for a person to experience intestinal gas. An average person will pass gas multiple times per day. It is not uncommon for farts to be either smelly or produce no odour at all. Both are typically considered normal.
What can lead to smelly gas? What symptoms could occur alongside it? What are the treatment options that are available?

Causes and other symptoms
Smelly flatulence may be caused by high fibre in food, constipation, and bacteria.
Causes of smelly flatulence can range from harmless to potentially severe. It may not always be easy to identify what is behind smelly flatulence due to the number of potential causes.
Many reasons for smelly flatulence centre on food or medication. However, some causes may indicate an underlying health condition.
The following are some of the more common causes of smelly flatulence: intolerance to food, high fibre in food, medications, constipation, bacteria or infections, colon cancer and intolerance to food
Typical conditions that can cause smelly flatulence include lactose and gluten intolerances. In both of these conditions, the body’s inability to break down lactose or gluten causes smelly gas to build up and eventually be released.
Other people may have food intolerance due to a disease such as celiac disease.
Celiac disease is an auto-immune disease that causes injuries to the digestive tract. People with celiac disease have difficulty digesting gluten, which is found in wheat products.



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A person with celiac disease may also experience: weight loss, bloating, diarrhoea
and fatigue.
If a person suspects food allergies or intolerances, they should see a doctor to test for these conditions. This will help find the exact cause and allow the person to avoid foods that contain the offending ingredient.
Food high in fibre
Foods high in fibre, such as broccoli, may cause flatulence to be smelly.
High-fibre foods are difficult to digest. Although very good for people’s overall health and well-being, these slow-digesting foods break down or ferment in the digestive tract. The fermentation process produces odorous gas.
In some cases, foods higher in fibre have a distinctive odour. The natural odour of these foods can also cause flatulence to be smelly.
Some foods that may cause odours include: cabbage, broccoli, asparagus and garlic
High-fibre foods often also contain more sulphur than other types. This can cause the makeup of a person’s fart to change to include more sulphur, which has a distinct odour and will cause the person to produce smellier gas.
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Re: See Why Your Farts Smell So Bad And How To Prevent It by ameri9ja: 3:47pm On Mar 18, 2018
Good info. I will PASS it along.

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Re: See Why Your Farts Smell So Bad And How To Prevent It by taylor89(m): 3:51pm On Mar 18, 2018
Hmmm

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