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Burping Rotten Eggs While Pregnant
Food in Pregnancy: One of the biggest concerns during pregnancy is a bacteria called listeria that is often found in unpasteurized cheeses and spoiled foods. If you have symptoms you should go to your doctor immediately. Even if no symptoms, you should be getting routine obstetrical care and should discuss your eating the spoiled food. A useful resource is: http://www.Cdc.Gov/pregnancy/infections-listeria.Html. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Indigestion: By 37 weeks, the uterus is pressing on vital organs like the stomach. Belching or burping is a sign that there's not enough room in the stomach for the size of the meal you've eaten. If you have eaten foods that contain sulfur compounds such as garlic, onion, leeks etc., those foods may sit in your stomach and ferment for a while. Hence the rotten egg taste and smell. Try changing your diet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Delayed emptying: It can happen when hydrogen sulphide produced in stomach, usually due to slower evacuation of semidigested food like meat, for example. Depending on frequency and severity, your doctor can advise you futher. ...Read more
Sulfur burps: I can't diagnose the cause for your sulfer burps/ taste. However possible cause include infections with giardia lamblia or helicobacter pylori. Any prescription medications that you take which contain sulfer can have a similar effect. If your stomach empties slowly then foods high in protein can create hydrogen sulfide. ...Read more
It : It sounds as though you may be suffering from gastro-esophageal reflux disease (gerd). The most common symptoms of gerd are: - heartburn - sore throat - "lump in the throat" sensation or difficulty swallowing - acidic or sour taste in your mouth (some people describe a rotten egg-type taste) - dry cough - hoarseness - regurgitation (wet burps) dairy products such as yogurt or milkshakes can give some relief - milk has antacid properties. You can also try over the counter antacid medications such as Tums (calcium carbonate) or maalox. It is important to discuss these symptoms with your doctor. There are many other antacid and acid blocker medications that can help alleviate your symptoms if your symptoms continue. In the meantime, there are a few things you can do to help: - avoid spicy, acidic, or fatty foods - avoid alcohol and caffeine - quit smoking if you smoke - avoid tight clothing - especially tight belts and pants - eat small meals - do not eat for a few hours before going to bed. Good luck! ...Read more
What makes a person belch very sulfaric rotten egg smelling and tasting burps. Sometimes without eating yet that day?
What makes rotten egg burps with diarrhea keep coming back? Since November 2013, I have had recurring bouts of rotten egg burps w/ diarrhea. Female/44
Needs evaluation: Something does not sound right with your digestion and should be checked out. Meanwhile try align probiotics ...Read more
Im experiencing constant watery green diarrhea, frequent burping that taste like rotten eggs, abdominal bloating and gas, all after eating a burger.
GERD: You may have gastroesophogeal reflux disease (gerd), with an upset stomach as well. Certainly avoid trigger foods high in fat-like the burger and try increasing fluids and taking an over the counter acid blocking medications such as Prilosec with maalox. Eventually, this is a warning sign that you need a good GI evaluation to get properly diagnosed. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been burpin small burps and fartin small farts tht taste & smell like rotten eggs & if I burp they can smell it, it stinks the whole room up?
My 10 yr old child has nausea, stomach gurgling, gas after eating. Boiled egg, turkey bacon, berries for brkfst left her feeling ill. Any idea why?
I stay away from eggs, leafy greens, milk + any else that can cause rotten egg/methane smelling gas. Yet my gas smells like rotten egg/methane. Why?
Bacteria: in your intestinal tract break down food and produce methane and hydrogen sulfide causing the odor. Improve the health of your gut bacteria by eating probiotic foods such as yogurt, sauerkraut, kimchee, or aged cheeses. You can also take probiotic supplements. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See answer: There are many "family" remedies for many illnesses and boiled eggs a for GI upset is one such example. Similar to taking "coke syrup" or flat cola. Some people with gag at the thought of eating a boiled egg, and will only worsen their GI upset. If the GI upset is caused by a common virus, best to avoid solids, increase fluids for 24h, than slowly increase soft "brat diet" foods. Good luck. ...Read more
Let me try to help: Flatus comming out compose of five differnt gases produce by certain bactria (nitrogen: 20–90%'hydrogen: 0–50%, carbon dioxide: 10–30%, oxygen: 0–10 , methane the more methane in it the more the smell like rotten eggs. Try to take some yogurt that help balance the bacteria in the bowel and hopefully get rid of it . Good luck. ...Read more
I drank some lactose free milk that was expired by 3 weeks, now I am burping rotting egg smell, and foul smelling gas with diarrhea and stomach cramp.
Gastritis: This should resolve itself fairly quickly. If it persists go and see a doctor. And yes, it is quite possible that you are reacting to spoilage in the milk, but not having it to test make this speculative. ...Read more
What causes rotten egg(sulfur?) Smelling burps?Diarrhea, vomiting (taste like rotten eggs smell ) for over 2 months? Also no appetite.bc I feel full
Diverticulum: This could be an esophageal diverticulum, but the best thing to do would be to be seen by a GI doctor and fully evaluated, since there are several other potentially serious diagnoses that could be considered. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes, but risky: Eating raw eggs is often associated with contracting intestinal infections, such as salmonella. Salmonella can make you very ill. If you contract it, transfer to your baby, through handling, would be likely. It can be deadly to a baby or elderly person. Sounds too risky, if you ask me. ...Read more
Sulfur Gases: The terrible smell of sulfur burps is caused by hydrogen sulfide (h2s). The gas is known to originate from certain foods that contain sulfur proteins in them. During the process of digestion these proteins are broken down in the gastro-intestinal tract by sulfur-reducing microbes. Try altering your diet, and if persists, then seek medical evaluation as some infections can also cause it to happen. ...Read more
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