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Maybe same thing but: Involuntary belching after a meal is normal, caused by release of swallowed gas after distension of the stomach with food. Magenblase syndrome is postprandial epigastric fullness & bloating, relieved by belching. Aerophagia (accumulation of gas due to air swallowing) is common with anxiety, hypersalivation from gum chewing, smoking, drinking, oral irritation. In some, belching can become habitual. ...Read more
No x 2: Normal burping does no cause an increase in heart rate. A resting heart rate of 100 is too fast to be normal. See ur doc, especially for the increased heart rate. Good luck. ...Read more
Not able to burp, causes bloating & not able to intake fluid/foods eventually. What can I do to find some kind of relief and what is the cause?
See a Doctor: There could be many things such as achalasia, which is increased tone of the esophageal sphincter. Symptoms include what you've described along with chest pain. This might also be caused by hiatal hernia with is a protrusion of the stomach into the esophagus. Both are very treatable conditions, but it is important to see a physician to identify the cause especially if your food intake is effected. ...Read more
I had both stomach gas and intestinal gas. I sat down with my back at a 45 degree angle and the burping caused the intestinal gas to come out. Why?
Abdominal Pressure: This angle placed additional pressure on your abdomen which helped to expel excess gas. ...Read more
Can excessive burping cause my throat to damage over time? Have a hard time gargling, can't swallow, choke on air daily. Neck pain, and acid reflux.
Burning sensation in lower left side below rib cage and goes to the lower left back side. It sometimes stingy/itchy and I am burping alot. Cause?
GERD a Possibility: GERD (Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease) could be causing your symptoms. This is when acid in the stomach goes up into the esophagus and causes pain. It's also possible you have a hiatal hernia, which can cause similar symptoms. I recommend you see your family doctor when possible. ...Read more
I am having nasty fart like burps that cause me to throw up but my belly doesn't hurt. What could this be?
Could a 2 month old forcefully hitting her head into my head while I burp her cause a concussion or brain damage to her?
Very Unlikely: This is very unlikely. If you have any concerns that a 2 month old baby could have a concussion or brain damage (difficulty staying awake, excessive irritability, swelling/bruising on the head or face, abnormal body movements, etc.), it is very important that you have the baby evaluated in person. ...Read more
Sometimes during sleep suddenly I wake up with burp, which causes throat burning and It remain 5 to 10 min. Reason and medicine?
My stomach fills up with gas and I can't burp. It causes me to have stomach and chest pains. Sometimes it happens after I eat or drink. What is it?
Pretty classical "GERD" (Gastrointestinal Reflux Disorder) ("Trapped Burp" syndrome) and your PCP should refer you to a Gastroenterologist who can make sure of the Diagnosis (Possible endoscopy)
THERE IS EFFECTIVE TREATMENT for this condition!
Hope this helps and Good Luck
Dr Z ...Read more
I have Gerd. Mild pain swallowing that is above the sternum. Recently every time I drink air bubbles form right there making me burp. Possible causes?
Cause of burping-: -swallowed air, which U do whenever U swallow. It is usually not painful or discomforting. If it is C your treating physician. ...Read more
Eating or drinking anything, as well as moving causes bubbles of gas to move up my throat, however I can only 'gurgle, ' not burp. What causes this?
Maybe GERD: Gerd can present with your symptoms. Stomach stuff (whether acid or not) regurgitates back up--due to inappropriate relaxation of lower esophageal sphincter, impaired esophageal function (peristalsis), inadequate saliva, gastric outlet narrowing, gastroparesis, small bowel pathology, etc. Damage to esophagus may result if untreated. Check the other healthtap answers on gerd for tips on management. ...Read more
See below.: Burping is usually caused by swallowing a lot of air while eating or drinking. If it is associated with other symptoms, such as pain, nausea, decreased appetite or weight loss, it may be caused by reflux, anxiety, gallstones, ulcers, among others causes. If you are having excess burping, especially with any of these symptoms, please discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
Hello.: Hello. Here are some possible causes for abdominal pain with burping/ belching. Swallowing air while eating, gastropareris (stomach is paralyzed), drinking carbonated beverages, hiatal hernia, heliobacter pyloric infection of stomach, food intolerances and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (sibo). The best way to determine the cause is to be medically evaluated. ...Read more
Possible reflux: It is possible you have pretty bad reflux disease. You don't have to have the typical heartburn symptoms to have reflux. If you have trouble with anxiety this can also increase the likelihood of developing reflux disease. I would suggest trying Prilosec or something similar if it helps you can continue for a several weeks. May want to monitor what you are eating that brings on the symptoms. ...Read more
Egg smell: If your burp smells like rotten eggs if may be due to release of hydrogen sulfide (H2S). ...Read more
Enzymes: Lack of enzymes is very common and main reason for burping. ...Read more
Food with sulfur: Likely you ate some sort of food that was high in sulfur. Perhaps your last meal had something with a lot of eggs in it. There is no particular condition that produces a rotten eggs like smell when burping. Likely your ok. ...Read more
Can my oral thrush cause burping? If so what can I do about it. I non stop burping but silent small burps
Oral Thrush-Burping?: Thank you for your question. The term oral thrush is usually assigned to the diagnosis of candidiasis or yeast infection within the oral cavity. Typically, thrush & its treatments are not associated with burping, however, it is certainly possible. Having a thorough examination & evaluation performed by a qualified medical practitioner would be helpful in diagnoses and treatment of the burping. ...Read more