Bloated stomach and Continuous, unexplained weight loss

On this page you can find conditions that could be the cause of these symptoms although it is not a complete list of possible conditions.

Please note that if you have these symptoms, they may be unrelated to any of these conditions listed. If you are concerned about your symptoms then you should see a doctor.

Information written and reviewed by Certified Doctors.

Conditions

Gluten Intolerance

Coeliac disease is a common digestive condition where the small intestine becomes inflamed and unable to absorb nutrients.


Symptoms of this condition may include:

  • Diarrhoea
  • Bloated stomach
  • Unusually tired
  • Continuous, unexplained weight loss
  • Passing excessive wind

More information on Gluten Intolerance is available here.

If you are worried about this condition you can try our free AI Symptom Checker here.

Liver cancer

Primary liver cancer is a rare but serious type of cancer that begins in the liver.


Symptoms of this condition may include:

  • Yellow skin or eyes
  • Bloated stomach
  • Loss of appetite
  • Vomiting
  • Feel full quickly

More information on Liver cancer is available here.

If you are worried about this condition you can try our free AI Symptom Checker here.

Ovarian Cancer

Cancer of the ovary affects more than 6,500 women in the UK each year.


Symptoms of this condition may include:

  • Bloated stomach
  • Continuous, unexplained weight loss
  • Feel full quickly
  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Pain in the pelvic region

More information on Ovarian Cancer is available here.

If you are worried about this condition you can try our free AI Symptom Checker here.

Stomach Cancer

Stomach cancer is when an abnormal groups of cells, known as a tumour, develops inside the stomach.


Symptoms of this condition may include:

  • Bloated stomach
  • Continuous, unexplained weight loss
  • Upper abdominal pain
  • Feeling sick or nausea
  • Burning pain in chest or upper abdomen

More information on Stomach Cancer is available here.

If you are worried about this condition you can try our free AI Symptom Checker here.