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Old 10-04-2012, 11:07 PM   #1
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rotting burps resulting eventually in vomiting

for about the past year and a half, at random intervals ive been having an issue with the most disgusting tasting burps you can imaging. these lead 100% to vomiting. i am getting the burps now, and i know i will be vomiting tomorrow, although its actually progressing faster than normal so it might even be tonight

i have no idea what is causing this or what the problem might be, but here are some details:

mild stomach discomfort
horrific burps
i have a fast metabolism
seems as though my food isnt digesting, as the vomit usually contains food that quite simply isnt digested at all

new symptom: extremely fast progression.. just while writing this had my first diarhea after having the furst burp less than a half hour ago, and narrowly escaped vomiting

only common element i can think of is maybe it comes after ive eaten pizza, but i eat pizza fairly regularly

the burps are a definite result of food not digesting properly so anyone have any idea what could be causing this?

 
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Re: rotting burps resulting eventually in vomiting

Possibly rumination syndrome but loose bowels is not a symptom

 
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Old 08-18-2013, 06:53 AM   #3
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Re: rotting burps resulting eventually in vomiting

You might also have "sulfur burps" or a lactose allergy. Both cause rotten burps, diarrhea, stomach discomfort...both can gradually get worse over time if not treated. I would have it checked by a dr.

 
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