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Does chewing gum cause gas?

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Dr. Noah Fitzpatrick
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Yes

Chewing gum causes increase in saliva and swallowing which increases the amount of air you swallow.
This will cause gas in the stomach.

In brief: Yes

Chewing gum causes increase in saliva and swallowing which increases the amount of air you swallow.
This will cause gas in the stomach.
Dr. Noah Fitzpatrick
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In brief: It can

Some sugarless and sugarfree gums contain sweeteners that can lead to gastrointestinal issues such as "gas".

In brief: It can

Some sugarless and sugarfree gums contain sweeteners that can lead to gastrointestinal issues such as "gas".
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