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My stomach growls alot after I've eaten. What causes this.



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Hello Dianna

Stomach growls are the sound of your stomach churning your food. It does this to mix the food and to help break it into smaller pieces. You must have a very muscular and active stomach.

Happy growling.

Cameron Millsom



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