Conditions with symptom: 'belching'
My husband keeps coughing and clearing his throat also what I can only describe as kind off belching this is constant .And when gets excited when talking seems his voice dries up but seem to need to smoke a cig to calm down. Need to say he smokes one after another he is in is 60s . I am worried the has cancer of the throat or other.
My son is 30 and he is continiously belchin and experiences hurtburn.He eats but dose not put on weight and experiences pain after eating spicy foods but the belching is too much, he also fells sick and/or vomits in the morning. He also produceses a lot of phlegm. What can this be.
My mum had symptoms the same as these, she was mis-diagnosed with a peptic ulcer and the symptoms only got worse she ended up with gall stones but she went through horrific pain and had to call the manager of our surgery to have it looked into so press on. ope he is OK.
I was diagnosed with IBS 4 years ago with bloating and unbelievable belching. I was able to control it, now it has come back but now with nausea 247. Doctors say its the IBS, ive been tested for most things and everything has come back negative. Ive been to a hypnotist and still going. It helped at first but now the nausea has taken over my life. Do you have any ideas what it can be?
I suffer from uncontrollable pungent belching. I've had it intermittently for 15 years but it's getting worse recently. It's usually controllable on 20mg omeprazole, but I'm now taking 40mg to no avail. I'm type 1 diabetic (for 27 years) and have been showing signs of autonomic neuropathy. I'm desperate for help as my work involves being close up to strangers
Get check for helicobacter pylori.
Hi, Last april 2010 I had an abortion, and ever since then I have had very irregular bleeding and pains. I get a sharp/dull aches in my lower left quadrant which comes 10 days before my period, and is there untill my period starts. My last period it was so painful, it left me cycling on my bed for hours.. I was sick and had hot and cold sweats with it to. The pain was so close to being identical to my medical termination pain! .. Some random months ill get a brown or pink discharge for a few days. This april I had to periods in 1 month and again with my last one that lasted for 9 days!! I had a smear test which came back severe dyskarosis.. I had a coloscopy along with a biospy. The doctor who done it said it was CIN 1 CIN 2. I am still awaiting my results... But.. I know no symptoms come with dyskarosis which are cells before they turn into cervical cancer.. And I'm only 21 and I had another smear before the one that came back as severe and that one was mild.. So it couldn't have turned into cancer yet and I have a good appetite and I don't bleed after sex or with anything touching my cervix.. But one thing I am worried about, I had sex 2 nights ago which resulted in me having exruciating pain for around 40 mins, shooting pains in every direction.. Throught my anus and vagina and all in the inside, everytime I would move or sit, BANG shooting pain! I had this about 6 months ago aswell. I went to the docotrs yesterday and he put it down to my cervix being raw still from the biopsy.. Which it is obviosuly not from that! Also I have been diagnosed with IBS... Which I just think its the endometrosis maybe growing on my bowel, I suffer from loud belching that could win me a contest and I don't think that has nothing to do with IBS.. Any awnsers would be much appreciated! D
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