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Old 09-06-2006, 09:39 AM   #1
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Burping all the time

I think I probably need to see a specialist but thought I'd see if anyone has had a similar problem. Regardless of what I eat, I always burp loudly and often for some time afterward. Later, if I lie down or just sit for a while, the burping returns when I get up and start moving around. It seems as if there is always gas present although it's worse after a meal. Often when I get up the first thing in the morning, I may have a burping episode even though I haven't had anything to eat or drink. My husband thinks I have bacteria living permanently in my stomach.

Has anyone experienced anything similar?

 
Old 09-07-2006, 08:42 AM   #2
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Re: Burping all the time

Me! I do!

I ID with everything you said except the "loud". Mine are (as they have been all my life) "silent" - unnoticeable to anyone but me. Mostly I feel them, from the gut to the throat (yes, my throat reverberates too, as if that sphincter is opening). Because of their strangeness, I'm still not sure if they're true burps. Before this medical issue I called them “throat burps” because they were so small and often felt only in my throat.

I never burped much before. I burped like this maybe once a day. When I "went bad", I knew it because I was averaging a burp a minute for 2 days straight. It was horrible.

I also almost always hiccup with a burp that starts up a "session". Again, the hiccups are "silent" - slow, and deliberate, strong, but unnoticeable to others. I'll do a "big" silent burp, then hiccup 2-3 times, then burp again maybe a few times.

Over the months of this horror I noticed that when I completely repose (not on an elbow or anything), I DO NOT burp/hiccup. Although, in the last couple weeks I’m starting to wonder if it’s getting worse and I AM starting to burp even in complete supported repose. Not sure yet. But initially – did not burp when completely “relaxed” horizontally.

I hate the burps because they signal that my throat will soon feel bad (LPR). Also, my stomach seems to feel bad after them. Burps DO NOT “relieve” me as many people even here state!

 
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Old 09-07-2006, 08:44 AM   #3
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Re: Burping all the time

Me! I do!

I ID with everything you said except the "loud". Mine are (as they have been all my life) "silent" - unnoticeable to anyone but me. Mostly I feel them, from the gut to the throat (yes, my throat reverberates too, as if that sphincter is opening). Because of their strangeness, I'm still not sure if they're true burps. Before this medical issue I called them “throat burps” because they were so small and often felt only in my throat.

I never burped much before. I burped like this maybe once a day. When I "went bad", I knew it because I was averaging a burp a minute for 2 days straight. It was horrible.

I also almost always hiccup with a burp that starts up a "session". Again, the hiccups are "silent" - slow, and deliberate, strong, but unnoticeable to others. I'll do a "big" silent burp, then hiccup 2-3 times, then burp again maybe a few times.

Over the months of this horror I noticed that when I completely repose (not on an elbow or anything), I DO NOT burp/hiccup. Although, in the last couple weeks I’m starting to wonder if it’s getting worse and I AM starting to burp even in complete supported repose. Not sure yet. But initially – did not burp when completely “relaxed” horizontally.

I hate the burps because they signal that my throat will soon feel bad (LPR). Also, my stomach seems to feel bad after them. Burps DO NOT “relieve” me as many people even here state!

 
Old 09-07-2006, 08:51 AM   #4
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Re: Burping all the time

Sorry for the double post - I thought it had totally erased my 1st attempt (apparently it did) and that my 2nd attempt was "normal" - but slow. Apparently I tried too many times.

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Old 09-07-2006, 02:00 PM   #5
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Re: Burping all the time

have yous went to the doctor for this it sounds like both of yous have acid reflux i have the same thing my doctor sent me to a gi doctor and they took x rays of my throat and stomache because i was having problems with my stomache to my throat thats when they told me i have acid reflux and gallstones just had surgery to get my gallbladder removed and they put me on protonix for acid reflux and actually feel almost 100 percent better just still recovering from my surgery now but if yous havent been to the doctors yet yous should make a appoinment and ask them to check for acid reflux. hope i kinda helped yous.

 
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