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No: Mold and dust are airborne allergens, with the usual symptoms being runny nose, stuffy nose, mild cough, and itching in the nose and/or eyes. People whose have asthma symptoms can get more wheezing and coughing when the air has mold or dust. Burping is not a respiratory symptom, but instead is from air escaping up from the stomach. Burping is not caused by airborne allergens. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Gas, sulfur burps, bloating, nausea, yellow foul smelling stool on/off for 2 years, worsening last 6 months. clean endoscopy. giardia negative. help?
Malabsorption.: This sounds like it could be related to malabsorption, perhaps related to the pancreas or biliary system in general. You need more of a work-up than you've had thus far. Abdominal ultrasound and CT. Colonoscopy. Stool studies. Blood testing. Small intestinal capsule endoscopy or followthrough. ...Read more
Burping and flatuence after eating. Burp tastes like what I ate. Nausea, lower stomach cramps. Tummy making noises. Gag at the smell of food?
IBS?: Hi, it sounds like you have Irritable Bowel Syndrome, avoid food which could cause bloating like beans, uncooked vegetable, Alcohol, Caffeinated drinks and medications, Sugar free drinks that contains Mannitol or Sorbitol, take Fiber pills, avoid constipation, experiment with dairy product (omit them see how u do), don't skip meals and eat regularly, see a GI doctor if these measures not working. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heartburn, nausea, stomach rumbling loudly & painfully , bloating, emptyness, acidic noises from stomach, burning sensation in stomach, sleep trouble?
See doctor: Any gastrointestinal issues involving bloating, rumbling sounds, acidic taste, or issues related to the gut needs to be evaluated further by a PCP. S/he can do a physical abdominal examination and let you know what the probable cause could be. It might be inflammatory, infectious, dietary, or food allergy related in nature. This cannot be determined without further history. ...Read more
I am experiencing heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating shortly before bed, eating certain foods, lying flat) . Constipated. Burping. Feeling weak?
GERD.: The symptoms you have described could be consistent with gastroesophageal reflux disease. Given your age, it would be fine to trial a one month course of an over-the-counter medication like Protonix or Prevacid. Should this medication not work, or should your symptoms worsen during the month trial, then an evaluation with a gastroenterologist would be wise. ...Read more
Giardiasis: This is my first consideration with the rotten-egg burps. Your physician may be able to guide you as far as the workup goes. ...Read more
High mold exposure when cleaning. Allergic to mold. 1 wk increasing sinus/chest congestion, itching nose/eyes/throat. Antihistamine? Fluticasone?
Is it hyperacidity? Belching, bloating, dry mouth, bitter taste, nausea, diarrhea, ligjtheaded, apnea, abdominal pain? Shaky&cold feeling if hungry?
Worth visit to ENT : Some of your symptoms are characteristic of either gastroesophageal or laryngoesophageal reflux. Abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, belching, bitter or metallic taste in your throat, frequent throat clearing, mcuous sensation in the throat, heartburn, bloating can all be possible symptoms of the effect of acid overproduction in the stomach. Schedule a visit with your local ent, primary doctor or gi. ...Read more
Feeling ill after eating leftover chinese food that was reheated in the plastic to-go container. Upset stomach, gas, bad taste in mouth. What's wrong?
Toxin: Food poisoning from bacterial toxins cause almost immediate symptoms. Symptoms that should prompt one to seek medical attention: frequent vomiting and inability to replace fluids. signs of dehydration (excessive thirst, little urination, weakness, lightheadedness), blood in vomit or stool, diarrhea for more than 3 days, fever higher than 101.5F, or extreme pain with abdominal cramping. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stomach bloating, gassy, constipation/diarrhea, random breathlessnes, chest/abdomen pain, breathless when eating or drinking. Doc says anxiety/reflux?
A good Dx idea.: It was wise to have a physical exam to check for organ damage. It's good there is nothing bad yet. Treating your anxiety (therapy w/ or w/o drugs) and the reflux is a good idea to prevent organ damage from the excess acid, etc. So, find a CBT therapist you like who can help and it should all be good. You'll learn skills for life! ...Read more
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?
Foul smelling gas. Constant stomach rumbling. Flatulence 400-500 times a day. Diet modification/food journal + probiotics no help. Now what?
Proper workup: You need a workup for malabsorption / maldigestion. Your primary care physician can begin it. Gluten enteropathy can present like this and so can Whipple's and a bunch of others. I'm sorry that a search for an easy fix wasn't successful, but not really surprised. Good luck. ...Read more
Nauseated,stomach cramps for 4 days. Really really smelly farts! No fever. Burps smell like my farts! Mold in water cooler at work.
A little more time?: Most cases of non-bacterial gastroenteritis are mild, self-limited, and not life threatening. These resolve on their own with supportive care (drink fluids to prevent dehydration, eat moderately as tolerated, as needed analgesia). In special cases (newborns, elderly, debilitated) hospitalization may be required to provide IV fluids and to support co-morbid medical conditions. ...Read more