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Can allergies to mold and dust cause burping?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
7 doctors agree

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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Dr. Steven Heavner
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery

In brief: No

No relationship.

In brief: No

No relationship.
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