Burp Until The Food Comes Out?
Afternoon, I want to ask, why is it that when I eat it all the time it continues to burp, usually a little food that has just been eaten comes out? so it’s like almost throwing up. I guess why is it dangerous? and if I want to see a doctor, what do I need to see a doctor? thanks.
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Belching usually occurs when a lot of gas builds up in the upper digestive tract. This condition triggers many, including:
Excessive consumption of foods that contain lots of gas, such as cabbage, mustard greens, tubers, soda, coffee, tea
Excessive consumption of spicy, sour foods
Eating too hurriedly
Experiencing psychological stress
Take several types of drugs, including NSAIDs, antibiotics, aspirin
Experiencing hormonal fluctuations, for example in women during young pregnancy
Other diseases, such as gastritis, GERD, cholangitis, gastric ulcers, duodenal ulcers, pancreatitis, cholelithiasis, and so on
Burping usually only causes the sufferer to pass gas or is accompanied by a slight smell and unpleasant taste on the tongue. However, if belching occurs close to mealtime, where not all of the food has entered the lower digestive tract, then the gas impulse that comes out when belching can cause some of the food you eat to come out. This condition does not specifically refer to a particular disease.
We recommend that if you continue to burp excessively, especially until you experience vomiting very often (more than 5 times a day), or are accompanied by abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever, and other complaints, try to see a doctor or a disease specialist. in yes .. The doctor will usually do a physical examination and give you some drugs first. However, if the complaint does not improve within 1 to 3 days, the doctor may also recommend further examinations, for example laboratory tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on.
At this time, first limit the consumption of foods that contain lots of gas, are too spicy, acidic, and also make it a habit to eat and chew food slowly, don't rush. Drink lots of warm water, and make it a habit not to eat too full, especially near bedtime. Be active and exercise to help improve digestion, so that not a lot of gas builds up in it. Avoid taking drugs carelessly, and also avoid excessive stress.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah