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Have had burping/reflux excessively for several months, Nexium (esomeprazole) reduced acid, not burping. Burning stomach pain between meals, negative h pylori, 22 year old male. Terrified its stomach cancer?

Endoscopy. Did you have endoscopy, without egd it is impossible to determine the cause of your problem. See gastroenterologist. Read more...
Burning and burping. Sounds like the Nexium (esomeprazole) decreased your acid production but didn't fix the cause of your pain.It could be that your stomach has become raw(gastritis) or u may have a hiatal hernia. Stomach symptoms can be aggravated by stress.Stomach ca causes pain , bleeding, weight loss, and is most often found in older males.Check with your doc, you don't need to suffer like you are now. Read more...
Unlikely cancer. Your symptoms sound like gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd), or heartburn. If Nexium (esomeprazole) works partially, you may try increasing the dose (doubling), and changing your diet a bit, to reduce spicy foods that cause acid conditions, such as alcohol, tomato products, caffeine, chocolate. Avoid eating 3 hours before bedtime. If the symptoms still persist, see a gastroenterologist. Read more...
Doubt cancer. First to allay your fears it would be exceedingly rare for you to have gastric cancer at your age. In any event if these symptoms persist would see your doctor about having an upper endoscopy. Ultrasound to rule out gallbladder problems could be a follow up study if that is negative. Read more...

Stomach cancer? When I first started smoking weed I swallowed the smoke into my stomach a lot for the first 3-4 months I've been burping a ton

Burping. There are MANY reasons why you may be burping and cancer is low on the list. Please see your doc. He/she will identify the cause and help you resolve it. Peace and good health. Read more...
Not stomach cancer . Mention the burping to your physician when you get your next annual physical. Read more...

I heard that burping is an early sign of stomach cancer. Is this true?

Maybe. Any of the symptoms associated with haste esophageal reflux can be seen in patients with stomach cancer. Consult your physician. Read more...
Non specific. Burping is a sign of life! gas buildup from ingestion of air, from certain food and stomach digestants, and over ingestion can all stimulate burping. In some cultures it is highly encouraged to signal to the host a fine meal! esophageal or gastric cancer patients, particularly if they have gastroesophageal reflux(gerd) may belch a lot but that is not specific to cancer. Read more...

Upper left stomach and rib pain. Loose stools. Burping. Wind. Headaches. Slight food reflux for 2wks. Weight fine. Appetite fine. Could it be stomach cancer?

Lots of poss answers. The possibility of cancer exists, but, so does a mild infection. My main suggestion-based on the 2 week history alone- is to see a doc to get an appropriate exam and work up. No one will be able to answer your question beyond this without the added information. Read more...