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Most of the causes of sulphur – or ‘rotten egg’ – burps are not life-threatening and are easy to correct. However, when eggy burps are accompanied by nausea, vomiting or diarrhoea, or become a regular occurrence, this might be an indication of a more serious underlying health problem that needs to be investigated further. For this reason I would suggest you speak to your GP. They’ll be able to help identify the true cause of your symptoms – with further tests if necessary – and arrange appropriate treatment.

In the meantime we’ve put together some information about the causes of sulphurous burps and how you can help alleviate the symptoms, which we hope you find useful.

What causes sulphurous burps?

Often the gas that’s released when we burp is odourless. However if it’s come into contact with hydrogen sulfide in your gut it can end up smelling strongly or sulfur or rotten eggs.

Hydrogen sulphide is a natural by-product of digesting certain foods and most commonly associated with something you’ve eaten. It can also be the result of an infection or a more long-term gut condition. Here we look at each of these in turn:

Food and drink-related sulphur burbs

If you have occasional sulphur burps, think about the food and drink you’ve consumed recently. The hydrogen sulphides that cause the smell are particularly associated with the breakdown of certain foods, with some of the main culprits being:

  • proteins – such as red meats and poultry, eggs, seafood and dairy products.
  • cruciferous vegetables, such as brussels sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and kale, which are all rich in sulphur compounds.
  • pungent vegetables such as garlic, onions and leeks.
  • drinks such as coffee, colas and beer.
  • cashew nuts and bananas are also known to trigger sulphur burps.

Everyone’s digestive system reacts differently to different foods, so if you want to identify what’s causing the problem it’s a good idea to keep a food diary. Once you know your trigger foods you can avoid them to help prevent future bouts of eggy burbs, or at least be prepared for the consequences of eating them if you do!

Gut infections

Research has shown that infections in the digestive system caused by H. Pyloris bacteria and Giardia parasite can cause eggy burps. If you have one of these infections, you will very likely experience other symptoms, such as stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea. If this happens the best course of action is to visit your GP for testing and so they can arrange appropriate treatment if necessary. 

Chronic digestive conditions that can cause sulphur burps

Other possible causes do need to be considered. These include: 

  • Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) – caused by bacteria from elsewhere in the gut spreading into the small intestine and upsetting the natural balance and quantity of bacteria in this section of the digestive tract, resulting in bloating and burping
  • Lactose intolerance – when the body has difficulty digesting lactose, which is mainly found in milk and dairy products
  • Crohn’s disease– a chronic form of inflammatory bowel disease
  • Coeliac disease (gluten intolerance)
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), also known as acid reflux.

If symptoms are ongoing I would suggest you discuss referral to a gastroenterologist with your GP to assess your symptoms. 

Treating sulphur burps

Treatment for sulphur burbs will depend on the underlying cause and may be as simple as eliminating ‘trigger’ foods from your diet.

Drinking plenty of water and generally looking after your gut health can go a long way to alleviating or even preventing many digestive problems and improving overall health. Follow the link above for lots of tips from associate registered nutritionist, Rajkeeran Kundi.

Cutting down on alcohol and carbonated drinks is recommended.

Digestive supplements and teas such as green, peppermint and chamomile tea – believed to have gut soothing properties – and may also help relieve symptoms.

If omitting your trigger foods and making lifestyle changes don’t help, medication is available to treat sulphur burps.

You mention being prescribed omeprazole in the past. This drug is widely used to treat a number of digestive problems, including gastroesophageal reflux disease (acid reflux) and stomach infections caused by H. Pyloris bacteria, both of which can cause sulphur burps.

Omeprazole works by reducing the amount of acid produced in your stomach and some people can safely take it for long periods of time under the supervision of their doctor. However, if you’re uncomfortable about taking any medication, or don’t believe it’s having the desired effect it’s always a good idea to go back to the prescriber and share your concerns. With most medicines there are alternatives you can try or your doctor may wish to investigate the cause of your symptoms further.

If you have any further questions about your symptoms or your medication please don’t hesitate to contact us again.

Answered by the Health at Hand team.

Further reading

Giardiasis – NHS factsheet

Tips for a healthier gut – AXA Health

Love your gut: The ‘Super 3’ Exercises for better digestion – AXA Health

Sulfur Burps: What Are They?

Sulfur Burps

The “rotten egg” smell of sulfur burps is hydrogen sulfide gas, which can come from something you ate, or a gut condition or infection. It’s helpful to understand where burps come from by first understanding where the gas originates. Beyond swallowing air, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, gas can enter your digestive tract when bacteria in your large intestine break down certain undigested foods. Foods with sulfur-containing compounds, like broccoli, brussels sprouts, and whole grains and milk products, can cause an uptick in sulfur-smelling burps and flatulence. 

A condition called gastroesophageal reflux (GERD) causes bad-smelling gases in your stomach to come out of your mouth. Partially digested food in your stomach flows up the esophagus, creating discomfort and unpleasant burps. It can also cause heartburn or acid indigestion. If you think you may be experiencing GERD, contact your physician to discuss your symptoms and treatment.

Giardia is a waterborne infection that could also be responsible for your smelly burps. According to The Mayo Clinic, Giardia is an intestinal infection caused by a parasite that can enter your body through poor sanitation or contaminated water. While sulfur burps and diarrhea don’t go hand-in-hand, this is a case when it might. That’s because these microscopic parasites set up in your small intestine and become infections. They can cause diarrhea, poor appetite and weight loss, and foul-smelling burps. While it’s a temporary infection and should go away in a few weeks, it’s serious—and if you’re suffering these symptoms, you should see your physician right away to get proper medications and treatment. There’s no vaccine to prevent giardia, but you can take measures to reduce your risk, especially when swimming in lakes, rivers, or swimming pools. Wash your hands, avoid swallowing water when swimming, and drink bottled water.

8 Reasons Your Burps Smell Horrible

Flatulence of any kind can be awkward to talk about, but burping is a totally normal and common experience. In fact, the average person passes gas 13 to 21 times a day, per the National Institutes of Health (NIH). However, if your burps taste like rotten eggs or something else not-so-pleasant, it’s understandable to feel a little confused (or concerned).

“These are called sulfur burps due to the type of gas, hydrogen sulfide, created in the digestive tract,” explains Niket Sonpal, M.D., a board-certified gastroenterologist and assistant clinical professor at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City. Burps can come out with all sorts of different smells and tastes, as they may contain hydrogen sulfide (the source of that rotten-eggs taste) as well as mixtures of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, oxygen, hydrogen, and even small amounts of methane gas, Dr. Sonpal explains.

The occasional malodorous burp is nothing to worry about (whew!). Most of the time, burps are caused by simply swallowing excess air when you eat quickly, breathe rapidly, smoke, or drink something fizzy like soda, says Jesse P. Houghton, M.D., F.A.C.G., a board-certified gastroenterologist and adjunct clinical assistant professor at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. They can also pop up when you eat something that triggers the bacteria in your gut to release gas as part of the normal digestion process. If you’re experiencing frequent smelly burps, though, that could be a sign of an underlying illness or gastrointestinal disorder.

So, wondering if your sulfur burps are within the realm of “normal” or something worth getting checked out? Read on for eight reasons why you might be having particularly stinky burps and when to see a doctor about them, with insight from digestion experts.

1. You ate lots of high-sulfur foods.

Most commonly, burps with a foul rotten-egg smell are due to hydrogen sulfide gas which is created when your body digests foods high in sulfur, says Harry J. Thomas, M.D., a board-certified gastroenterologist at Austin Gastroenterology in central Texas. The potential culprits are many: Proteins (meat, seafood, eggs, and dairy), cruciferous veggies (like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and kale), aromatics (garlic, onions, and leeks), processed foods, and drinks like beer and wine all contain sulfur in some form. If you had lots of these on the menu recently, likely all you need to do to alleviate your nasty burps is take some time off from these triggers.

2. Or you loaded up on too much fiber.

Granted, the vast majority of Americans don’t get enough fiber (the indigestible parts of grains, veggies, and fruits), but if you just began eating oatmeal for breakfast or taking a fiber supplement, that could be the reason for your sudden uptick in smelly burps. Why? Fiber-rich foods like whole grains, chia seeds, beans, and peas can lead to excessive gassiness and smelly burps in some people, says Dr. Sonpal.

If you suspect this is your situation, take a break and then slowly add these foods back into your diet. The health benefits of fiber—like improved digestion, blood sugar control, cholesterol levels, and a feeling of fullness after you eat that may help you lose or maintain your weight—are well worth pushing through a smelly burps phase.

3. It could be the result of a heavy dinner.

Rich meals high in butter, oil, and other fats are yet another diet-based trigger for smelly burps. “High-fat foods tend to sit in your stomach longer and take longer for your stomach to digest, which increases the likelihood that you’ll have foul-smelling belches afterwards,” explains Dr. Houghton. This is due to a fermentation process (similar to the one that turns grapes into bubbly). As your food slowly makes it through your colon, bacteria in your gut eat up starches and sugars, creating stinky gas as a byproduct.

4. A food intolerance could be to blame.

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If you’ve got smelly burps plus a slew of misery-making GI symptoms such as bloating, cramping, diarrhea, constipation, and even nausea, you could have a food intolerance. People with sensitivities often can’t properly digest foods with gluten (a set of proteins found in wheat and certain grains) or lactose (a sugar found in dairy) because they don’t have the enzymes required to break them down, explains Dr. Sonpal.

Whether you have celiac disease (an autoimmune disease spurred by the ingestion of gluten) or a non-celiac gluten sensitivity, you might experience digestive issues along with brain fog, headaches, and fatigue, per the Celiac Disease Foundation. While celiac disease can be identified with a blood test, typically a gluten sensitivity or intolerance simply takes removing gluten from your diet under the supervision of a dietitian or doctor. If you’re one of 65% of people worldwide who struggle to digest lactose, lactase enzyme pills like Lactaid may help your body better process that bowl of ice cream or cheese tray.

5. It may be a sign of a GI infection.

Bacteria by the name of Helicobacter pylori is so common that it may be present in half of the world population’s stomach lining, says Dr. Sonpal. While these infections are typically harmless, when they act up, they can cause frequent smelly burps and stomach aches. If left untreated, it can even lead to deeper issues like peptic ulcers (open sores that develop inside your stomach and upper part of your small intestine) or stomach cancer, per the NIH. If your stinky burps come along with severe or constant stomach pain or bloody or black stools or vomit, call your doctor. A course of antibiotics can help zap this stomach bug for good.

6. Your gut microbiome might be out of balance.

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, a.k.a. SIBO, can cause smelly burps and gas because excess bacteria produces an abundance of hydrogen, methane, and hydrogen sulfide gases in your small intestine, says Dr. Thomas. Usually, your small intestine is relatively low on bacteria compared to your large intestine, but an uptick in bacteria can make it harder for your body to absorb nutrients as they gobble them up and result in smelly burps as well as abdominal pain, bloating, cramps, and watery diarrhea. SIBO can occur as a complication of digestive disorders like Crohn’s disease, diabetes, or immunodeficiency conditions such as AIDS.

7. Chronic acid reflux could be the culprit.

Are your smelly burps accompanied by heartburn that strikes more than a few times a week? You might have gastroesophageal reflux disease, also known as GERD, which causes the acidic contents of your stomach to rise back into your esophagus, says Sara Cerrone, M.D., a board-certified gastroenterologist at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead, NY.

When this happens, the gas that bacteria release as part of the digestion process enters your esophagus, too, which can give your burps a particularly foul smell, she explains. It’s a vicious cycle—the need to constantly swallow down that acidic upsurge can in turn also lead to more smelly burps, per the Mayo Clinic.

If Pepto isn’t cutting it, prescription antacid medications like h3 blockers such as famotidine (Pepcid) or proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole (Prilosec) can help ease your heartburn and smelly burps alike, says Dr. Cerrone.

8. You may have a digestive disorder.

Smelly burps plus serious GI distress—like diarrhea, constipation, bloating, or abdominal pain—could also indicate that you’re dealing with something more serious. For instance, you may have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which causes chronic abdominal pain and shifts in your bowel habits, or delayed gastric emptying (a.k.a. gastroparesis), where it takes more time than usual for your stomach to pass food onto your small intestine, says Dr. Thomas.

While smelly burps alone don’t point to these disorders, they can come along with them. After diagnosis, lifestyle changes (like tweaking your diet) and prescription medications can help you better manage these GI conditions.

❗When to see your doctor about smelly burps

Most of the time, foul-smelling burps are more of a nuisance than anything else, and making short-term adjustments your diet and popping some over-the-counter antacids should help them go away. However, if you keep having smelly burps despite OTC medication or if they’re associated with other troubling GI symptoms, they are cause for concern, says Dr. Cerrone.

Along with smelly burps, the following symptoms are your cue to call a doctor:

  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Severe abdominal pain or cramping
  • Bloody stool
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea

    Otherwise? Take some antacids to help cut down on your smelly burps and gas, and to prevent them from happening in the first place, make sure to eat slowly, chew your food thoroughly before you swallow, and avoid the foods you know tend to make you super gassy.

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    Sulfur Burps and Diarrhea | What Do These Symptoms Mean?

    It’s natural to be concerned if you’ve suddenly come down with a case of bad diarrhea. However, you might also have noticed the strange presence of eggy, sulfurous burps. So what’s going on? In this post, we’ll address what symptoms of sulfur burps and diarrhea can signify and what it means for your health. Next, we’ll talk about how you can treat these issues.

    Why Do My Burps Smell Like Eggs?

    An odorous burp that smells reminiscent of eggs, rotten eggs, or sulfur can be quite peculiar to experience, especially if you’re burping more frequently than usual. But fortunately, there is an explanation.

    The process of digestion within your stomach and intestines produces certain by-products, one of which is gas. Normally, though, burps don’t smell of anything in particular, and they’re usually just excess air trapped within the esophagus.

    However, the presence of a sulfuric, egg-like smell in your burps means that hydrogen sulfide gas (h3S) is the culprit. It smells like rotten eggs and is produced naturally in small amounts during the process of digestion. The bacteria in your gut produce hydrogen sulfide after exposure to proteins such as poultry, red meats, dairy, eggs, and seafood. Other foods rich in sulfur include vegetables like broccoli, brussel sprouts, kale, garlic, or onions.

    Eggy burps or flatulence on occasion are more embarrassing than harmful in most circumstances. However, the presence of diarrhea suggests that something is wrong with your gastrointestinal tract.

    Sulfur Burps and Diarrhea: Signs of Infection

    Diarrhea accompanying these pungent burps is indicative of gastrointestinal infection.

    Species of bacteria such as Heliobacter Pylori (H. Pylori) live in the stomachs of a large proportion of the world’s population. However, they can multiply in large numbers and cause inflammation of the stomach or intestines. Another possibility is Giardiasis. It’s caused by the Giardia parasite, a small germ that can infect humans through contact with contaminated water or food.

    Not everyone experiences symptoms, but violent diarrhea and excess gas production are common, along with an increasing sense of fatigue and nausea. Accompanying these symptoms are stomach cramps and nausea. You may also develop temporary lactose intolerance, though, even after the infection has subsided.

    Fortunately, people with healthy immune systems can fight the infection, and it can resolve without treatment. However, symptoms can be acute, and some individuals may develop a chronic infection that requires treatment from a qualified gastroenterologist. There is also a risk of dehydration and malnutrition from all the fluid lost from the body and improper digestion while you still have an infection.

    Treatment and Conclusion: What Should I Do Next?

    Both Giardiasis and H. Pylori infections require diagnosis and treatment from a doctor. They will prescribe the appropriate antibiotics or antiprotozoals to fight the infection, after which you should return to normal. You can take pain relief medication over-the-counter to help with stomach cramps.

    At the Gastroenterology Diagnostic Center, we have significant experience in the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders. If you’d like to schedule a consultation with our board-certified gastroenterologists, please give us a call at (281) 357-1977. We will be happy to help you enhance your quality of life.

    Sulfur Burps: Why Your Burps Smell Like Rotten Eggs

    Sulfur burps might come from your diet.

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    Everyone knows about the “rotten egg” fart, but what about when that aroma comes out the other end? Yep, we’re talking about sulfur burps.

    Here’s what can cause these malodorous belches, and what you can do to stop them.

    Often, belching is caused by swallowing air, whether you do this because you’re chatting up a storm at dinner, rushing through a meal or sipping carbonated drinks. However, “belching can also be a sign of acid reflux,” Terrence Barrett, MD, chief in the division of digestive diseases and nutrition at UK HealthCare in Lexington, Kentucky, tells LIVESTRONG.com.

    So, here’s what’s happening: Where your esophagus joins the stomach, there is the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) — it’s job is to keep that joint shut. But consuming foods that contain caffeine, peppermint or alcohol can loosen up the LES, allowing stomach contents to bubble back up and irritate the esophagus, Dr. Barrett explains. Usually that’s acid, triggering heartburn. But it can also be gas. When that happens, gas in the stomach can push on the LES, leading to irritation that opens it up and releases belches, he says.

    “Belches may taste like what you ate,” Dr. Barrett says.

    If your burps smell like rotten eggs or sulfur, that might be the result of a combination of liquified food and bile (which helps you digest your food). If bile backs up into your stomach and into your esophagus, it’s called bile reflux, notes the Mayo Clinic. As a result, when you burp, you might be able to smell or taste the bile salts, some of which contain sulfur.

    Your gastroenterologist might suggest taking an over-the-counter proton-pump inhibitor (PPI), like omeprazole ($14.91 for 42, Amazon) to see if it helps. Though these types of meds, which work by stopping stomach acid production, are easily accessed OTC, chat with your doctor first to make sure that it’s safe and recommended for you to take.

    In addition, practice lifestyle strategies to lessen the risk of reflux in the first place, Dr. Barrett says. That includes decreasing consumption of caffeine and alcohol, and avoiding fatty, spicy and acidic foods (like citrus and tomatoes), notes the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK).

    You should also stop eating at least three hours before laying down, so schedule dinner well before bedtime.

    Can Certain Foods Cause Sulfur Burps?

    Another possible cause? It’s your diet.

    “Sulfur burps occur when the digestive tract creates a type of gas called hydrogen sulfide,” Niket Sonpal, MD, a New York City-based internist and gastroenterologist, tells LIVESTRONG.com. That might happen in response to the following foods, Dr. Sonpal says:

    • Cheese
    • Whole milk
    • High-protein foods
    • Beer
    • Eggs
    • Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and

    What if You Have Sulfur Burps and Diarrhea?

    Your GI doctor may consider irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a digestive condition that usually comes with bloating and abdominal pain, too.

    Diarrhea and rotten-egg burps could also be linked to stress, Dr. Barrett says. Stress can set off esophageal spams and intestinal spasms that result in reflux, as well as an upset stomach, nausea or diarrhea, he says. However, it is best to be evaluated first before assuming that the underlying cause is stress.

    If you’re experiencing diarrhea and sulfur burps along with other symptoms, like stomach cramps, nausea or vomiting, then the problem could also be an infection, Dr. Sonpal says.

    The bottom line: It’s important to pay attention to additional symptoms and report those to your doctor.

    How to Get Rid of Sulfur Burps

    If you’re concerned about these rotten-egg belches, Dr. Sonpal recommends keeping a journal detailing the foods you’re eating and your daily habits, which can help you make the connection between your diet and any GI distress.

    “If you still cannot find the connection, contact a gastroenterologist. There are several tests to help identify the source of your digestive problems,” Dr. Sonpal says.

    For any GI concern, docs look for red-flag symptoms that indicate a bigger problem. Those include unintended weight loss, changes in activity level or exercise related to fatigue and blood in the stool. Call your doctor right away if you notice any of these changes.

    What does it mean when you have eggy burps and diarrhea? – Mvorganizing.org

    What does it mean when you have eggy burps and diarrhea?

    Research has shown that infections in the digestive system caused by H. Pyloris bacteria and Giardia parasite can cause eggy burps. If you have one of these infections, you will very likely experience other symptoms, such as stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea.

    What can I take for sulfur burps and diarrhea?

    Bismuth subsalicylate (Pepto-Bismol) is your best bet for reducing the sulfur smell of your burps. Simethicone (Gas-X, Mylanta) helps bind gas bubbles together so you have more productive burps when you want to.

    When should I be worried about sulfur burps?

    Sulfur burps and burping throughout the day aren’t conditions to worry about unless they become excessive or occur with other symptoms. Gas buildup in your body is fairly normal. Sulfur burps accompanied by more serious symptoms should be reviewed by your doctor. These may be a sign of another health condition.

    Do you get eggy burps with food poisoning?

    While this is not an all-inclusive list, some of the following conditions have been linked to sulfur burps: Food poisoning (symptoms usually appear within 24 hours after eating contaminated food and include nausea and vomiting) Giardiasis or other intestinal parasites.

    Why does my fart smell like rotten eggs?

    Your gas may smell like rotten eggs because of the sulfur in fiber-rich foods. Sulfur is a natural compound that smells like spoiled eggs. Many vegetables are sulfur-based. If this is causing your flatulence, a simple change in diet will be sufficient treatment.

    Why does my burp smell like a fart?

    The odor comes from bacteria in the large intestine that release small amounts of gases that contain sulfur. Gas in the digestive tract comes from two sources: air that you swallow and the breakdown of undigested food by bacteria in the large intestine.

    How do I get rid of burps that smell like rotten eggs?

    Home remedies

    1. Tea — Green tea, peppermint tea or chamomile tea can aid digestion and have been known to reduce sulfur burps.
    2. Water — Stay hydrated.
    3. Manuka honey — This unique honey can protect the digestive lining, eliminate harmful bacteria in the gut and relieve digestive distress.

    Why do my burps smell like the food I ate?

    Sulfur burps are typically caused by one of the following: Something a person ate: Hydrogen sulfide gas is produced when bacteria in the oral cavity and gastrointestinal tract break down food. This can result in foul-smelling burps or flatulence. Foods that may cause sulfur burps include high-protein foods and beer.

    What is it called when a fart comes up the front?

    Broadly did the valiant work of digging up some other names for the front fart, including “exiting through the gift shop,” “cooter pooter,” and “retweeting.” And no, queef is not another name for this. A queef is when air that has become trapped in your vagina escapes, often during or after sex.

    What is a fanny fart called?

    Vaginal flatulence, also known as vaginal flatus, or queef, is an emission of trapped air from the vagina.

    Can diabetes cause sulfur burps?

    Researchers from the Peninsula Medical School in Exeter have for the first time identified a link between blood levels of the gas hydrogen sulfide (a gas more commonly associated with the smell of rotten eggs), obesity and type 2 diabetes.

    What disease is associated with feces smelling breath?

    GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, can cause a person’s breath to smell like feces because the stomach acid backs up into the esophagus. This acidic wash irritates the esophagus, which can cause extreme discomfort as well as foul breath.

    What happens when bile leaks into the body?

    Symptoms of a bile leak include tummy pain, feeling sick, a fever and a swollen tummy. Sometimes this fluid can be drained off. Occasionally, an operation is required to drain the bile and wash out the inside of your tummy. Bile leakage occurs in around 1% of cases.

    What color is bile when you throw up?

    Bile is usually yellow or green. Clear vomit is also caused by: Gastric outlet obstruction. This occurs when your stomach is completely blocked by something like a tumor or ulcer.

    How do I stop my bum from smelling?

    Things you can try at home:

    1. Wear underwear made of natural materials, such as cotton or moisture-wicking fabrics.
    2. Wear loose-fitting boxers.
    3. Shower twice daily.
    4. Apply cornstarch to help control moisture and odor.
    5. Avoid spicy foods, caffeine, and alcohol.

    My Life With Gastroparesis

    My Life With Gastroparesis

    If you have had diabetes for many years and experience unexplained bouts of
    severe vomiting and diarrhea from time to time, you may have a moderate form
    of diabetic gastroparesis. I suffered from these puzzling and completely debilitating
    episodes for more than six years before I was diagnosed with diabetic gastroparesis.
    The advice I finally received from a digestive system specialist at Johns Hopkins
    University Hospital in Baltimore was a true godsend for me and my family. I
    have been free from symptoms for over five years now. If you, a loved one, or
    a patient of yours suffers similar symptoms, I hope the advice I pass along
    here will help. It has changed my life significantly.

    First Episode

    I first began experiencing bouts of severe vomiting and diarrhea in 1994 around
    two decades after my diagnosis of type 1 diabetes. During my first episode,
    I thought I had stomach flu, although the symptoms began quite suddenly, and
    I did not have the tell-tale fever and body aches. It began with a full feeling
    in my stomach and the onset of frequent burps, the worst-tasting and -smelling
    burps I had ever experienced. Over several hours the burps went unabated and
    became more frequent. Nausea grew and vomiting commenced—the worst vomiting
    of my life. I was hesitant to leave the bathroom because even after vomiting,
    the nausea never left. I was vomiting several times an hour. Then my intestines
    began to rumble in a most extraordinary fashion, followed by, you guessed it,
    the worst diarrhea I had ever experienced. The combination of vomiting and severe
    diarrhea, often occurring simultaneously, went on for six or eight hours or
    more before I started to feel some relief.

    My First Hospitalization

    During this first episode, I was admitted to the hospital through the emergency
    room due to dehydration. The doctors put me on intravenous fluids and began
    searching for the bacteria or virus that was causing my sudden and dramatic
    symptoms. I had a working kidney transplant, so the doctors left no stone unturned
    in their search. They ordered a dose of intravenous antibiotics and had every
    possible body fluid cultured. In the end, they found nothing. Once the symptoms
    started to slow down and I was re-hydrated, I actually felt fine again pretty
    quickly, though very tired and sore from all the retching.

    The Pattern Begins

    I discounted the first episode as “just one of those things,” but
    when I had another one about six months later, I began to wonder what was at
    the root of this problem. Over the next five or six years, I got sick like that
    two or three times per year. If more than six months passed without an episode,
    hope would kindle in our hearts that “it” was gone, whatever “it”
    was. “It” always came back. Sometimes the episodes were so severe
    that I would get dehydrated to the point of passing out from dehydration while
    vomiting. I recall one episode while visiting friends in New Jersey for a birthday
    party. Near the end of the party the burps began, and six hours later, after
    taking over the guest bathroom at my friends’ home, my wife found me passed
    out on the floor near the toilet. They called an ambulance, but in the end,
    once again, the New Jersey doctors had no more clue than the doctors at home.

    The Impact on my Life
    I cannot describe how stressful life was during these years. Every
    time I burped I would feel anxious. Was “it” starting again? I dreaded
    sensing the awful taste and smell of a burp which inevitably meant I was about
    to go through another 12 hours of the worst vomiting and diarrhea one can imagine.
    My fiancé suffered the same stress each time she heard me burp. Traveling
    was especially stressful. If I burped when about to board a cross-country flight,
    my stress level soared. The other aspect was the unpredictable nature of each
    episode. One minute I was having a great time and the next minute I was preparing
    for a possible visit to the hospital from dehydration. One episode even interrupted
    our honeymoon. Avoiding a trip to the hospital was the only consolation I could
    take away from that one. I was helpless to do anything once “it”
    started, and having no clue how to prevent “it” left me horribly

    The Search for a Diagnosis

    My primary care doctor referred me to a gastroenterologist who ordered a gastric
    emptying study since he suspected diabetic gastroparesis. However, all three
    gastric emptying studies I underwent over five years showed my stomach moved
    the food along just fine. In a gastric emptying study, one fasts for half a
    day to make sure the stomach is completely empty, then eats a cup of food laced
    with a small amount of radioactive material. The doctors then take pictures
    of the food as it passes through the digestive symptom over the next two or
    three hours. One doctor, in light of a normal gastric emptying study suggested
    I had a nervous stomach. We noticed episodes often occurred around holidays,
    and we started to track what I ate to see if the symptoms were an allergic reaction
    to holiday food. After each episode we tried to think of what I had recently
    eaten, but no specific food emerged as the trigger. The list of suspected foods,
    everything from salad, eggs, wine and champagne, to salmon and fruit, was long,
    but in the end, none was what I sought: the trigger food to avoid, so that “it”
    would go away.

    The Specialist Saves the Day

    After my third gastroenterologist received another normal gastric emptying study
    result, he referred me to a specialist in digestive disorders at Johns Hopkins
    University Hospital. After hearing my history the specialist explained that
    more moderate forms of gastroparesis can be very difficult to diagnose. In what
    he referred to as episodic diabetic gastroparesis, the stomach digests foods
    normally in most circumstances. But combinations of stress or excitement with
    larger amounts of hard-to-digest foods can make a diabetic stomach “grind
    to a halt.” His explanation made sense. My stomach would empty normally
    during a gastric emptying study because I had to fast prior to the test and
    only consume a small portion of food during the test. During holidays I not
    only ate much more, but I ate lots of high fat foods and had the stress or excitement
    of the holidays as well. And, of course, our honeymoon was filled with excitement
    and all varieties of food. I did not receive a strict diet to follow. Rather,
    the doctor educated me on the types of foods which could be problematic and
    told me to be aware of how often and in which quantities I ate them. I received
    this advice and started following it around 7 years ago. I had just one single
    incident since then, in 2003, but nothing since. In my last episode in 2003,
    I was on an exciting vacation in Lake Tahoe, California and had a high-fat Mexican
    food meal and a large fried chicken dinner (with the skin) the night before.
    I learned my lesson!

    the Author

    Thomas Ley has had type 1 diabetes since he was seven and has been blind since
    he was 17. He is a manager and senior software support analyst for UPS and has
    a strong background in the field of accessible technology for the blind. He
    is the technology writer for Voice of the Diabetic.


    90,000 Diarrhea, vomiting, belching of rotten eggs, what to do? – Question to the gastroenterologist

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    a symptom of what disease (disease) is belching with air, rotten eggs – Clinic “Doctor near”

    Most often, the belching symptom manifests itself in the following diseases:

    Belching is the process of ejection of gases from the stomach into the oral cavity. Quite often, there is eructation of rotten eggs, indicating putrefactive processes developing due to impaired motor activity and a decrease in the secretory function of the gastrointestinal tract.Constant belching is a harbinger of a number of diseases and requires referral to a specialist for the correct diagnosis and treatment.

    Causes of belching

    Belching with rotten eggs occurs as a result of disruptions in the process of digesting food and its stagnation in the body. Subsequently, rotting and fermentation begins, bacteria are formed that provoke eructation with hydrogen sulfide, bad breath, and abdominal pain. Sour belching occurs with increased acidity of gastric juice, belching with air – with increased gas formation in the gastrointestinal tract, bitter belching – with the release of bile into the stomach.

    In addition to pathologies of the gastrointestinal tract, liver diseases, belching may appear due to:

    • addiction to fried, fatty, spicy foods, alcoholic beverages, as well as regular overeating;

    • intolerance to certain types of foods, in particular, with hypolactasia (lactose intolerance), fructose intolerance, celiac disease (gluten intolerance)

    Belching with Gilbert’s disease

    Gilbert’s syndrome is a genetic liver disease characterized by a constant increase in unbound bilirubin and metabolic disorders.It is congenital and manifest (develops after a viral infection).

    Gilbert’s disease is characterized by belching with a bitter taste.

    Belching with antral gastritis

    Antral gastritis is a chronic inflammation of the gastric mucosa. One of the main reasons for its occurrence is the pathogenic Helicobacter pylori.

    Belching with a sour taste is characteristic of antral gastritis.

    Belching with ascites

    Ascites is characterized by the accumulation of free fluid in the abdominal cavity. The development of ascites can provoke a large number of different diseases.

    Ascites is characterized by frequent belching, often with a rotten taste.

    Belching with atrophic gastritis

    Atrophic gastritis is a type of chronic gastritis characterized by thinning of the gastric mucosa, a reduction in the number of glands and secretory insufficiency.It is considered the most dangerous precancerous condition.

    Atrophic gastritis is characterized by belching with air and a rotten taste.

    Belching with autoimmune gastritis

    Autoimmune gastritis is a chronic inflammatory process that affects the stomach lining. In this disease, antibodies produced by the body attack the epithelial cells of the stomach, causing mucosal atrophy. This is a rather rare pathology.

    Belching with autoimmune gastritis may have a rotten taste.

    Belching with achalasia of the esophageal cardia

    Achalasia of the esophageal cardia is a disease in which reflex relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter is absent or insufficiently pronounced, due to which the patency of the esophagus is impaired.

    Eructation with a rotten taste is characteristic of achalasia of the esophageal cardia.

    Belching with acalculous cholecystitis

    Acalculous cholecystitis is an inflammation of the gallbladder, in which gall stones do not form.The motor function of the organ is impaired, bile stagnation occurs. This disease occurs several times more often in women.

    Acalculous cholecystitis is characterized by belching with air and a bitter aftertaste.

    Belching with biliary pancreatitis

    Biliary pancreatitis is a chronic inflammatory disease of the pancreas resulting from pathologies of the liver and bile ducts. Often combined with other diseases of the digestive system.

    Biliary pancreatitis is characterized by eructation with a bitter aftertaste and a characteristic odor of bile.

    Belching with bulbite

    Bulbit is an inflammation of the duodenal bulb. It can be acute and chronic. The focal and diffuse nature of the inflammation is also highlighted. Bulbitis is a secondary disease, it is excreted on its own very rarely.

    Bulbit belching may have a sour taste.

    Belching with gastritis

    Gastritis is an inflammatory disease, during which dystrophic changes in the gastric mucosa and a violation of its functions occur. Allocate gastritis with increased, normal and decreased acidity of the stomach. Gastritis is the most common cause of belching

    With gastritis with high acidity

    Acidic gastritis is characterized by increased production of hydrochloric acid, which helps dissolve food. As a result, the walls of the mucous membrane become inflamed and erosion is formed.

    Belching with gastritis with high acidity has a sour taste.

    With gastroesophageal reflux disease

    Gastroesophageal reflux disease is a pathology in which there is a regular reflux of gastric or duodenal contents into the esophagus and inflammation of the walls of the lower esophagus.

    Gastroesophageal reflux disease is characterized by gas and sour belching.

    Belching with gastroenterocolitis

    Gastroenterocolitis (food poisoning) is a disease in which an inflammatory process occurs in several parts of the gastrointestinal tract – the mucous membranes of the stomach, small and large intestines, and the digestive function is impaired.

    With gastroenterocolitis, belching occurs with food or with a rotten taste.

    With hepatomegaly

    Hepatomegaly is a pathological or physiological increase in the size of the liver. The cause may be a number of diseases, including cirrhosis of the liver, viral hepatitis, mononucleosis, fatty degeneration, oncology, cardiovascular diseases.

    Belching with hepatomegaly is frequent and prolonged with a rotten taste.

    Belching with a hernia of the white line of the abdomen

    A hernia of the white line of the abdomen is a protrusion of the abdominal organs and intestinal loops through the gap between the tendon plexuses along the midline of the abdominal muscles.Pathology occurs due to weakness and thinning of the connective tissues.

    With a hernia of the white line of the abdomen, belching with a sour taste may occur.

    Belching with hernia of the esophagus

    Hernia of the esophagus (diaphragmatic hernia, hiatal hernia) is a common chronic recurrent pathology in which the initial abdominal part of the digestive tube moves into the supraphrenic zone through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm.

    Hernia of the esophagus may be characterized by frequent belching with air and with a bitter aftertaste.

    Belching with esophageal diverticulum

    Esophageal diverticulum is an abnormal protrusion of the esophageal wall into the mediastinal cavity, which is represented by mucous, muscular and serous or only mucous membranes. In this regard, a distinction is made between true and false diverticula. As a result, the functions of swallowing and the movement of food in the esophagus are impaired.

    With a diverticulum of the esophagus, belching with a rotten aftertaste often occurs.

    Belching with dysbiosis

    Dysbacteriosis is an imbalance of microflora. The ratio of normal and opportunistic microorganisms is violated. This phenomenon can occur in the intestines (most often) and in the reproductive organs.

    Dysbiosis is characterized by the occurrence of belching with air, with a bitter or rotten aftertaste.

    Eructation treatment

    With constant belching with an unpleasant aftertaste that causes discomfort, you need to see a specialist.To determine its causes, after interviewing the patient, a number of studies are carried out:

    • clinical and biochemical blood tests – to identify inflammatory processes, pathologies of the kidneys, pancreas, liver;

    • analysis of feces for occult blood, coprogram – to detect poorly digested food fragments, undigested fat, the presence of coarse dietary fiber;

    • assessment of gastric acid production – to determine the level of gastric acidity;

    • esophagogastroduodenoscopy – to assess the condition of the inner surface of the duodenum, stomach and esophagus, it is carried out through an endoscope with a mandatory biopsy;

    • impedance-pH-metry of the esophagus – for detecting gastroesophageal ejection and assessing the frequency, duration and severity of reflux;

    • ultrasound examination of the abdominal organs – to detect the presence of neoplasms on the pancreas, duodenum, stomach walls;

    • checking for the presence of the pathogenic Helicobacter pylori, which lives in the pyloric region of the stomach and provokes the development of many diseases of the gastrointestinal tract;

    • colonoscopy – to assess the condition of the inner surface of the colon using an endoscope.

    After the examination and diagnosis, treatment of diseases that cause belching is prescribed. It is highly undesirable to independently treat the constantly emerging belching with folk methods or medicines. This can lead to extremely negative health effects.

    Belching prevention

    To prevent the occurrence of a pathological eructation, you should regularly undergo medical examinations.It is also recommended to limit the consumption of fried, fatty, spicy foods, legumes and foods high in yeast, fast food, confectionery, alcoholic and carbonated drinks. You should eat in small portions, avoiding overeating. It is not recommended to take a horizontal position immediately after eating.

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    Rotten belching – causes, diagnosis and treatment

    Rotten belching is a regurgitation of stomach or intestinal gases with a putrid odor, accompanied by a characteristic sound. The symptom can be combined with pain or discomfort in the abdomen, dyspeptic disorders. Eructation most often occurs in diseases of the digestive system, enzyme deficiency, and some parasitic infections. To identify the cause of belching with rotten eggs, ultrasound, radiological, endoscopic and laboratory methods are used. To reduce the frequency of eructation, drugs are used (prokinetics, enzymes, laxatives), cleansing enemas.

    Causes of rotten belching

    In most cases, inflammatory and non-inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and hepatobiliary system are a prerequisite for the onset of erupting with an unpleasant odor.Eructation rotten occurs with congenital intolerance to carbohydrates – lactose and fructose due to enzyme deficiency. The cause of regurgitation of gases with the smell of hydrogen sulfide can be intestinal helminthiases and giardiasis. Sometimes rotten eructation is noted in functional dyspepsia and is associated with a violation of the processes of movement of the chyme along the digestive tract.

    Power supply errors

    The physiological reasons for belching rotten include excessive consumption of foods containing sulfur: meat and eggs, dairy and plant products (legumes, cabbage).It is this microelement that causes the fetid odor of regurgitated gastric gases. The likelihood of erupting increases with the simultaneous intake of carbonated drinks, which cause excessive formation of carbon dioxide in the stomach and stretching of its walls and the use of indigestible proteins that are retained in the stomach.

    Stomach diseases

    The appearance of putrefactive eructation is due to two main reasons: a decrease in the secretion of hydrochloric acid and stagnation of contents in the stomach.In a hypoacid state, the processes of activation of digestive enzymes are disrupted, fermentation reactions develop, which are accompanied by the release of hydrogen sulfide gas with an unpleasant rotten smell. With stagnation of food masses in the stomach due to atony of smooth muscles or spasm of the pylorus, food decay also occurs, which causes a fetid belching. Belching rotten provoke:

    • Chronic atrophic gastritis . Progressive atrophy of glandular epithelial cells and mucous membranes causes a decrease in the production of hydrochloric acid with impaired digestion of protein products.Rotten eructation is associated with excessive stretching of the walls of the organ, fermentation and stagnation of food masses. With low acidity, secondary bacterial flora joins, which aggravates the patient’s condition.
    • Achlorhydria . As a result of the absence of free hydrochloric acid, the activation of digestive enzymes does not occur, therefore the chyme lingers for a long time in the stomach, where fermentation processes occur. The situation is aggravated by the addition of violations of the motor function of the organ and its stretching, which is accompanied by belching with a taste of rotten eggs.The disease is characterized by the appearance of nausea, heaviness in the abdomen, flatulence.
    • Stomach atony . Violation of the contractility of the gastric muscles leads to a decrease in both motor and secretory activity of the organ. This provokes prolonged stagnation of partially digested food, which causes distension of the stomach and regurgitation of gas. A rotten belching is often combined with discomfort and a feeling of heaviness in the abdominal cavity, worsening after eating.
    • Gastroptosis .Eructation during gastric emptying often occurs in the later stages of the disease, is associated with significant organ hypotension and compression of the duodenum, which potentiates the stagnation of the contents. In the clinical picture, chronic constipation, nausea, and a feeling of early satiety are observed. If gastroptosis is combined with damage to the underlying gastrointestinal tract, intestinal symptoms may join.
    • Pyloric stenosis . The combination of rotten erection with heaviness in the abdomen, poor appetite, weight loss is characteristic even for the compensated stage of the disease. With the progression of pyloric stenosis, daily vomiting is observed, in severe cases it occurs after each meal, while the vomit contains a large amount of incompletely digested foods. In the decompensated stage, severe exhaustion is noted.
    • Adenocarcinoma of the stomach . A rotten eructation with an unpleasant odor is typical of a large tumor that is localized in the pyloric part of the organ. The neoplasm prevents the evacuation of the chyme into the duodenal cavity, causes hyperextension of the gastric wall and a decrease in motility.The symptom is combined with other dyspeptic disorders: intense epigastric pain, stool disorders, lack of appetite.

    Pathology of the pancreatoduodenal zone

    Diseases of the duodenum and pancreas are often manifested by putrid belching. It can occur as a result of a violation of duodenal motility, provoking stagnation of the contents and activation of fermentation processes. Rotten eructation in pathological conditions of the pancreas mainly develops due to enzymatic deficiency, which leads to impaired digestion and absorption of food ingredients, stagnation of chyme in the intestine. The symptom is typical for diseases such as:

    • Duodenal stenosis . The narrowing of the lumen of the duodenum of organic or functional genesis inevitably leads to a slowdown in the passage of the digestive masses through the intestine with stretching of the overlying sections. This causes contraction of the gastric muscles and potentiates putrefactive eructation. Often, a rotten eructation is combined with regurgitation of gastric contents, profuse vomiting, after which the patient’s condition improves.
    • Duodenostasis . With stagnation of chyme in the duodenum, the pressure in the upper gastrointestinal tract increases, the muscles of the stomach and esophagus reflexively contract, causing belching. The rotten smell is associated with the processes of protein decay and fermentation, due to a decrease in the synthesis of enzymes. Eructation is combined with nausea, bloating and rumbling in the abdomen. Vomiting often begins after a meal and brings relief to patients.
    • Pancreatitis . Regurgitation of putrid gases is more typical for chronic pancreatitis, in which the exocrine function of the pancreas always deteriorates.With a deficiency of digestive enzymes, the processes of splitting and absorption of proteins, fats, carbohydrates are disrupted. Undigested food lingers in the intestines for a long time, causing it to stretch, reflex belching, regurgitation of chyme.

    Bowel diseases

    Rotten eructation in intestinal pathology is associated with a reflex reaction of the smooth muscle of the gastric wall to stagnation of fecal masses. The unpleasant odor arising from this is due to the processes of putrefaction and decomposition caused by the activation of opportunistic microorganisms that live in the large intestine.Rotten eructation can be observed with enteropathies of various origins, which are accompanied by disturbances in digestion processes, an increase in pressure inside the intestine and stomach due to increased gas formation.

    • Chronic enterocolitis . Belching during inflammatory processes in the intestine is due to both a violation of digestion and changes in the speed of passage of the chyme. Spitting up fetid gas is often combined with polymorphic clinical symptoms: abdominal pain, discomfort, stool disorders (diarrhea or constipation), nausea and vomiting.In difficult situations, stool retention occurs with the release of blood and mucus from the anus.
    • Celiac disease. Atrophy of the small intestinal mucosa and concomitant malabsorption of nutrients lead to polymorphic dyspeptic disorders. In celiac disease, a rotten eructation develops due to increased gas production in the intestine, a violation of the coordinated contractions of the pyloric and cardiac sphincters. Also, patients are worried about diarrhea, diffuse abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting are often observed.
    • Dysbacteriosis . The predominance of opportunistic microflora in the small and large intestines causes rotting and fermentation of the chyme, which results in the formation of fetid gases. Rotten eructation occurs in response to overstretching of the walls of the digestive tract. Patients may complain of abnormalities in stool frequency and consistency of stool, abdominal pain, and nausea. With a prolonged course of dysbiosis, a decrease in appetite, weight loss is possible.
    • Intestinal polyps .Putrid regurgitation is observed in large benign epithelial neoplasms that cause mechanical obstruction of the intestinal lumen. The involuntary release of putrefactive gases is associated with a reflex contraction of the smooth muscles of the stomach during stretching and delayed emptying of the intestinal tract. A swollen belch is often combined with cramping abdominal pain.
    • Colorectal cancer . Eructation in malignant neoplasia is associated with both mechanical obstruction of the colon and disruption of the intramural autonomic ganglia.Persistent constipation is accompanied by insufficiency of the Bauhinia valve and the throwing of fecal contents into the overlying sections of the gastrointestinal tract. Belching sometimes develops against a background of pain in the left half of the abdomen, discharge of blood from the rectum.
    • Pneumatosis of the intestine . The formation of air cavities in the colonic wall slows down peristaltic contractions and causes stool retention. Chronic constipation leads to the development of eructation with putrid gases, which appear during the decomposition of feces and the formation of toxic products.Stool retention can be followed by diarrhea with a lot of mucus in the stool. Patients are also worried about nausea and vomiting.

    Intestinal obstruction

    Stagnation of stool in the intestine, caused by mechanical obstruction or lesions of autonomic innervation, is manifested in the early stages by belching with air, which quickly takes on a fetid odor. Reflex regurgitation is due to an increase in pressure in the intestines and stomach, inadequacy of the obturator function of the Bauhinia valve, leading to retrograde movement of feces. With the progression of the process, duodenogastric reflux is formed, which results in fecal vomiting.

    Diseases of the hepatobiliary system

    Various diseases of the liver and biliary tract, as a rule, are accompanied by a bitter belching, which occurs due to excess flow of bile into the duodenum. In chronic diseases, combined with malabsorption syndrome and maldigestion, regurgitation can acquire a rotten smell. More often regurgitation of fetid gases is observed with hypomotor dyskinesia of the bile ducts, chronic cholecystitis, liver cysts.Belching is usually combined with pulling pains and discomfort in the right hypochondrium, loss of appetite.


    Examination of patients with complaints of putrid eructation is carried out by a gastroenterologist. Since a rotten eructation most often indicates the presence of a pathological condition, the diagnostic search is aimed at identifying the root cause of the symptom. The patient undergoes a comprehensive examination to study the morphological and functional characteristics of the digestive and biliary systems.The most valuable are the following methods:

    • Sonography . Ultrasound of the abdominal organs is an affordable non-invasive study that is prescribed for express diagnostics. The method is not accompanied by radiation exposure and allows you to detect nonspecific signs of inflammatory diseases, masses. According to indications, targeted ultrasound examination of individual organs is performed.
    • Endoscopy . EGDS is used in the diagnosis of pathology of the upper gastrointestinal tract to detect motility disorders, pyloric sphincter dysregulation, signs of hypoacid conditions.For colonic symptoms, colonoscopy is informative, if necessary, allowing a biopsy of the affected areas to be performed. Less commonly, video capsule endoscopy is used.
    • X-ray methods . Oral contrast X-ray is used to visualize all parts of the gastrointestinal tract, taking delayed images allows you to assess the speed of passage of contents through the intestine and the coherence of the muscle sphincters. For the study of the biliary and pancreatic ducts, RCPG and percutaneous cholangiopancreatography are prescribed.
    • Stool analysis . Diseases accompanied by rotten eructation often cause pathological changes in the feces. The standard coprogram can be supplemented by studies on helminth eggs, an extended bacteriological study. If neoplasms or ulcerative destructive processes are suspected, the Gregersen reaction to occult blood is carried out.

    Laboratory methods are recommended to clarify the diagnosis, patients can be prescribed liver function tests, determination of the levels of pancreatic enzymes in the blood and urine, measurement of the concentration of gastrin and pepsinogen in the blood.To assess gastric secretion, a 24-hour pH meter is performed.

    A patient with complaints of rotten eructation undergoes a comprehensive gastroenterological examination

    Symptomatic therapy

    If rotten belching is caused by enzymatic deficiency, correction of the diet with the exclusion of milk, fresh fruit, bread and other provoking foods is necessary to eliminate the unpleasant sensations. To reduce the frequency of regurgitation, it is recommended to avoid bending and strenuous physical work immediately after eating.Sleeping on a high pillow is a good idea to deal with the throwing of rotten gases at night. To reduce belching until the diagnosis is verified, enzyme preparations and prokinetics can be used. Laxatives and cleansing enemas help with constipation.

    90,000 Belching with a rotten egg what does it mean

    Eructation with the smell of rotten eggs or the characteristic sulfur smell is quite an unpleasant situation, especially for women.As a result of disruption of the digestive tract, hydrogen sulfide gas accumulates in the intestines, which leaves the body through belching. You can remove this symptom with drugs or folk remedies.

    Causes of belching with a sulfur smell

    The main reasons are:

    • chronic inflammation of the pancreas, as a result of which there is no production of enzymes;
    • Disruption in the functioning of the liver and gallbladder, which leads to difficulty or absence of bile outflow;
    • inflammation of the intestinal mucosa or stomach;
    • the stomach has weak or no motor function and food is poorly processed;
    • abuse of fried and fatty foods;
    • the presence of dangerous bacteria in the human gastrointestinal tract;
    • in children may occur due to acute dysbiosis;
    • acute form of pancreatitis;
    • food on the go, or rather swallowing food without thoroughly chewing;
    • abuse of carbonated and alcoholic beverages.

    Sulfur-smelling belching is not a life-threatening symptom. Another conversation, if it is still accompanied by an upset stomach or nausea. The simultaneous appearance of these symptoms can be a wake-up call about the presence of serious problems with the gastrointestinal tract.

    Chronic gastritis

    With gastritis in the stomach, the function of digesting food is impaired, as a result of which stagnation forms and assimilation takes a long time. Due to the resulting stagnation, harmful substances begin to be released into the stomach: ammonia and hydrogen sulfide, which leave the body in the form of belching with an unpleasant odor.Quite often, such an eructation indicates a violation of the acidity level of the stomach and an exacerbation of the chronic form of gastritis.

    Oncological diseases of the gastrointestinal tract

    The presence of cancerous tumors in the gastrointestinal tract leads to a lack of fermentation in the stomach and food stagnation. There is an accumulation of harmful gases in the stomach cavity, which are expelled through belching.

    The presence of an excessive number of bacteria in the body

    When a large number of bacteria appear in the body, belching with the smell of rotten eggs, acute diarrhea, bloating, nausea may occur.Otherwise, these symptoms are referred to as “high bacterial growth syndrome”. It occurs quite often due to individual intolerance to lactose or fructose.

    When stenosis occurs, obstruction of the gastric pylorus occurs. The disease appears with scarring of an ulcer in the initial part of the duodenum.

    Chronic pancreatitis

    Exacerbation of pancreatitis can also cause eructation with the smell of rotten eggs. This disease, even with a latent course, leads to a disruption in the work of the organs of the digestive tract.In the acute form, diarrhea, eructation of rotten eggs, vomiting, or internal bleeding may occur.

    Symptoms of belching with rotten eggs

    In case of a serious illness, belching is accompanied by other symptoms, when they appear, you should think about your health. If you find yourself in one or more of them, you should urgently seek the advice of a doctor. The most dangerous thing is that not only adults, but also children are susceptible to these problems, therefore, a visit to a specialist should in no case be postponed.

    Belching sulfur and diarrhea

    The combination of diarrhea and similar belching often indicates food poisoning – intoxication of the body. This can happen when eating not fresh or poor quality food. When intoxication occurs, bacteria begin to develop at a high rate. As a result, their number increases, and the state of health deteriorates.

    In addition to belching, poisoning is accompanied by:

    • loose stools;
    • acute abdominal pain;
    • 90,024 general weakness;

    • headache;
    • nausea, also possible vomiting;
    • by a rise in body temperature.

    In case of signs of acute poisoning, it is necessary to urgently consult a doctor, or call an “ambulance”.

    With a slight degree of intoxication of the body, the symptoms will disappear in 2-3 days.

    Belching sulfur and gagging

    This symptom is similar to pyloric stenosis or acute poisoning. Stenosis can appear with the formation of scars on the pyloric or anterior duodenal canal. Quite often it appears if the ulcer has not been properly treated.The scar blocks the passage of food and stagnation forms.

    Without timely treatment, the body begins to rot, which can lead to loss of body weight or death. The neglected cases can be cured only with the help of surgical intervention.

    Bloating and belching with sulfur smell

    Bloating is the first symptom of low stomach acidity, which may indicate the presence of acute gastritis. If the environment in the stomach is low, then the body stops fighting the multiplication of microbes that enter with food.There is an intoxication of the body with the decay products of the vital activity of various bacteria and the human condition deteriorates sharply. If gastritis is not treated for a long time, other symptoms may occur:

    • heaviness and discomfort after eating;
    • dull pain in the abdomen after eating;
    • constipation or loose stools;
    • 90,024 iron taste in the mouth;

    • low hemoglobin count;
    • pallor of the skin;
    • lack of vitamins.

    People with chronic gastritis often want to eat something sour.

    Belching with rotten eggs and nausea

    Nausea along with belching sulfur can be caused by pancreatitis, or rather inflammation in the pancreas. It can develop due to malnutrition or as a concomitant disease to cholecystitis. It can also appear with the abuse of “strong drinks”. It usually has the following symptoms:

    • abdominal pain;
    • dry mouth;
    • frequent attacks of hiccups;
    • attacks of nausea;
    • increased sweating;
    • tachycardia;
    • rise in body temperature.

    If one or more symptoms appear, you must immediately consult a doctor or call an ambulance.

    Because a neglected case of acute pancreatitis can be fatal.

    Abdominal pain and belching with rotten eggs

    To make a correct diagnosis, it is important to determine the location of pain: the pancreas, intestines or stomach.

    An acute form of gastritis testifies to pain in the stomach.With these symptoms, one can judge the development of a large number of bacteria in the body. As a result, food stagnation in the stomach was formed.

    If pain bothers in the lower part of the ribs, then this indicates the symptoms of acute pancreatitis. Especially if there are accompanying symptoms: fever, nausea, hiccups.

    Pain in the intestinal area indicates a violation of the intestinal motility. Revealed frequent cases of pancreatitis in people exposed to stress, and if a person does not eat properly.

    Raising body temperature and belching with rotten eggs

    It can be as an inflammation of the digestive tract, and simple intestinal disorders caused by unusual food. If vomiting occurs along with these symptoms, this is the first indicator of serious problems in which a medical examination is vital. In no case should you self-medicate. This can only exacerbate the problem. In addition, other alarming symptoms may occur:

    • diarrhea with blood clots in the stool;
    • acute abdominal pain and fever over 38 degrees;
    • fever.

    If a child has similar symptoms, it is necessary to urgently call an ambulance, because children are weaker and the disease progresses at a faster rate than adults.

    Diagnostic Methods

    A gastroenterologist deals with the treatment of diseases with such symptoms. Also, the diagnosis can be carried out by a therapist, and in children – by a pediatrician. When contacting a specialist, the doctor will identify the exact cause of the eructation with the smell of rotten eggs. First you need to go through a series of diagnostic tests and procedures:

    • examination with a computed tomograph;
    • fibrogastroscopy;
    • X-ray examination of the stomach and esophagus;
    • measurement of acidity in the stomach;
    • irrigosocia;
    • general and biochemical blood test;
    • manometry;
    • colonoscopy.

    Only after the examination and diagnosis is made, the doctor proceeds directly to the treatment of the identified disease.

    Drug treatment

    The most common tools are:

    1. “Alka Seltser” – it neutralizes excess acids in the stomach, due to which the belching passes quickly;
    2. “Pepto Bismol” – it normalizes the intestinal microflora and thereby quickly relieves belching with rotten eggs.

    If the cause of belching is poisoning, then the following treatment is prescribed:

    • urgent gastric lavage, and after the appointment of the drug “Sorbex”;
    • drinking plenty of fluids, consumption of extremely simple mineral water;
    • 90,024 days a person is forbidden to eat food;

    • if the stool is liquid, take Imodium. This drug is also suitable for a child, but only as prescribed by a doctor;
    • Complete restoration of intestinal microflora with preparations containing live bacteria: Linex, Bifidumbacterin, Lactobacterin, Bifiform.These drugs are prescribed for treatment not only for adults, but also for children.

    If the cause is gastritis:

    1. for pain relief: No-shpa, Venter, Drotaverin;
    2. as an antibacterial effect: “Amoxicillin”, “Omeprazole”, “Doxycycline”;
    3. Substituents and preparations containing hydrochloric acid: “Abomin”, “Pepsidil”.

    When the cause is the appearance of parasites:

    Treatment with folk remedies

    Traditional medicine recipes to get rid of belching with the smell of sulfur:

    1. alkaline mineral water – reduces stomach acidity;
    2. medicinal teas from mint, lemon balm and blackberry – useful for chronic gastritis with high acidity;
    3. take 2 st.tablespoons of flax and fennel seeds, mint leaves and linden blossom – chop and mix everything well. Pour 200 ml of boiled water into 1 tbsp. a spoonful of the resulting mixture, wrap and leave to infuse until it cools completely. Strain the resulting drink and take ¼ glass 2 times a day until the patient’s condition returns to normal;
    4. Freshly squeezed juices from vegetables (beets, white cabbage) – alkalizes hydrochloric acid and promotes healing of ulcers;
    5. soda – dilute 1 tsp.spoon of baking soda and drink. An unpleasant symptom will disappear in just 10 minutes;
    6. Water with lemon juice and honey – stabilizes the acidity of the stomach and belching does not appear. Add 1 teaspoon of honey to the water and fresh lemon juice in the same amount. The remedy is best used on an empty stomach;
    7. beans and plantain – increase the acidity of gastric juice;
    8. you can eat an apple or fresh carrot with strong belching;
    9. drink half a liter of goat’s milk after meals 3 times a day;
    10. The use of apricots, rosehip drink and sea buckthorn berries increase the acidity of the stomach.

    Preventive Actions

    In order to avoid the recurrence of belching, simple recommendations must be followed:

    • try not to convey. It is better to eat often, but in small portions;
    • Have dinner no later than 3 hours before bedtime;
    • chew food thoroughly, and do not swallow whole pieces;
    • Liquid food should be on the menu. Soup is essential in the diet every day;
    • after eating, you should not go to bed right away.Lying down impairs the digestion of food;
    • before using products, you should check their expiration date;
    • is not recommended to eat after physical exertion;
    • eat at least 4-5 times a day;
    • Nuts or dried fruits are recommended as snacks.

    If the appearance of belching is associated with mild poisoning or indigestion, then usually the symptoms disappear in 2-3 days without outside intervention.

    The same cannot be said about cholecystitis, pancreatitis or ulcers. Usually, for such diseases, the main method of treatment is surgery, after which the recovery period begins.

    In most cases, belching of rotten eggs is not an indicator for serious diseases. But the risk is not worth it and it is better to be examined.

    90,000 What is the fault of Giardia?

    Parasites – to cure or not? Or what is lamblia to blame?

    Imagine you are sitting at a reception:

    – Doctor! A few days ago, my baby started having explosive diarrhea in the morning! Belching of rotten eggs, nausea, abdominal pain near the navel and bloating appeared.The diarrhea then periodically alternated with constipation. And, in my opinion, he even lost weight. What should we do?

    In contrast, the situation is different:

    – Giardia cysts were found in your child’s stool analysis.
    – But he doesn’t even have any complaints! How can this be !?

    In both cases, children have giardiasis

    The causative agent of infection is lamblia. It can be in 2 states: ⠀

    – sleeping – cysts. In this form, they are able to be stored for a long time in water and soil, waiting for a convenient opportunity to get to a person.
    – in an active state. They enter the small intestine and make themselves comfortable, just like at home. They cannot live anywhere except in the small intestine.

    Most often, the infection is asymptomatic. Then the person serves as a container for carrying the pathogen and infects others. But there may be complaints that are not specific. From diarrhea to malabsorption of nutrients.

    Giardia can enter the body:

    • Through contaminated and unprocessed food.
      Unwashed vegetables and fruits.
    • With water.
      Drinking raw unboiled water.
    • Swallowing water while swimming.
      Through dirty hands.

    To identify the pathogen, you need to microscopically examine the feces 3 times with a difference of 2-3 days. You can also carry out an ELISA of feces to detect antigens of lamblia and PCR of feces – detection of DNA of lamblia. The latter methods are more sensitive and accurate.

    If the disease is asymptomatic, treatment is usually not required.The immune system is able to cope on its own.

    If there are complaints, and the tests confirm the presence of lamblia, then the doctor prescribes therapy. Antiparasitic drugs are selected depending on the age of the child. Can’t be treated with folk remedies!

    To protect yourself and your child from giardiasis, you need:

    • hand wash with soap,
    • wash vegetables and fruits thoroughly,
    • Drink only clean water from trusted sources.

    Medakom Medical Center. We are trusted with invaluable children!

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    90,000 symptom of what disease, the reasons for the child, how to quickly get rid of

    Belching with the smell of rotten eggs and the smell of sulfur gives a lot of discomfort. This is not only an unpleasant symptom, but also a sign of certain diseases. Therefore, when such a symptom appears, it is necessary to consult a doctor as soon as possible.

    Causes of occurrence in an adult and a child

    The symptom may appear on the background of a violation of the diet. People who abuse spicy, fried, sour often experience this manifestation.

    During pregnancy, such a symptom appears due to toxicosis. In the early stages, it is normal. If the toxicosis is prolonged, then this can become a rather alarming symptom.

    Belching with a rotten egg smell may occur due to:

    • Chronic gastritis.With it, stagnation of food appears. Against this background, harmful substances are released, for example, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide.
    • Cancer problems. Malignant cells result in a lack of fermentation. What causes the accumulation of gases.
    • Bacterial infections. In this case, diarrhea, nausea, and bloating appear additionally.
    • Stenosis. With him, obstruction of the gastric pylorus is noted.
    • Chronic pancreatitis in the acute stage. There is also diarrhea, vomiting, open bleeding.

    Clinical picture

    Belching most often indicates a violation of the motor function of the digestive tract. A decrease in secretion may appear in a similar way. Because of this, the stomach digests food too slowly.

    Contents begin to rot. Proteins release hydrogen sulfide, which is released along with other gases into the oral cavity. The same process takes place in spoiled eggs.

    In addition to belching with the aroma of rotten eggs, other clinical manifestations may appear:

    • pain;
    • 90,024 diarrhea and constipation;

    • nausea or vomiting;
    • 90,024 increase in body temperature;

      90,024 blood in the stool;

    • heartburn;
    • bloating.

    Belching with rotten eggs and diarrhea

    May occur if the stomach cannot digest certain foods. The reason is the inability of the body to assimilate fats. Because of this, fermentation begins.

    Diarrhea and belching are also one of the signs indicating a Giardia infection. They enter the body along with contaminated food. Sometimes such a clinical picture occurs with poisoning.

    Why does it happen with gassing?

    This clinical phenomenon can occur with rapid swallowing of food, which is a consequence of poor chewing.Gas formation appears in the presence of intestinal parasites and the ingestion of air when eating.

    Flatulence and belching appear also with constipation. They create a kind of traffic jam, thanks to which all conditions are created for the development of flatulence. Psychoses are also the root cause.


    A combination of these two features is commonly associated with pancreatitis. In this case, the provoking factors may be unhealthy diet, alcohol consumption and cholecystitis.

    Additional signs often appear:

    • hiccup,
    • dry mouth,
    • vomiting attacks,
    • temperature jumps.

    Vomiting can also occur with pyloric stenosis. It appears against the background of ulcer scarring. This leads to a narrowing of the gatekeeper’s lumen. This provokes stagnation of the food mass.

    Occurs with abdominal pain

    The doctor can determine the cause of the pain, since both the stomach and the intestines can suffer under the influence of various factors.

    In case of pain, chronic gastritis can be suspected, as well as a deficiency of hydrochloric acid. If there are pains “in the stomach”, you can suspect acute pancreatitis.

    At a doctor’s appointment with these symptoms, the doctor may diagnose Irritable Bowel Syndrome. A prerequisite for it is prolonged stress, endocrine system disorders and dysbiosis.


    As already noted, belching during pregnancy appears with toxicosis.Overeating becomes the main reason. In rare cases, it indicates the development of a peptic ulcer. In this case, the provoking factors are low inclinations, lying position, turns to the sides.

    At any time, eructation of eggs can appear under the influence of hormonal changes, in case of malfunctions in the nervous system or under the pressure of the growing uterus.


    At the doctor’s appointment, various measures will be prescribed to establish the cause of the development of pathology. Most often at the first stage it is assigned:

    X-ray examination using barium makes it possible to determine the pathological site. Especially if there is an obstacle to the passage of the food mass. An examination of the evacuation abilities of the stomach is carried out.

    A person is offered to eat food to which a substance is added. Based on the obtained picture, a conclusion is made about the size and features of the functioning of the stomach.


    Impact begins with dietary adjustments, symptom study.It is not recommended to take medications on your own, and you should change your diet immediately.

    Diet therapy

    When belching with a rotten smell appears, the number of meals should be increased to 4-5. The portions should be small. Unhealthy and heavy foods should be avoided. Do not eat fatty, spicy, fried and sour foods.

    The emphasis should be on soups, dairy products and herbal teas. If there is a feeling of overeating, then it is better to drink activated charcoal.

    It is possible to stimulate the correct functioning of the stomach using the methods of physiotherapy exercises, but the loads should not be too serious.

    For stool normalization, blueberry compote can be used, which has fastening properties.

    Covers the intestinal walls with jelly from various berries. If the symptom indicates an acute illness, then it is best not to eat anything for one day.


    Complex treatment is prescribed by a therapist, gastroenterologist only after diagnosis and when the underlying causes are identified.If the symptom appears against the background of a bacterial infection, antibiotic treatment is prescribed.

    The following drugs may be prescribed:

    • pest control products,
    • laxatives,
    • probiotics.

    Funds are often prescribed to maintain the desired level of enzymes. For treatment and prevention, Almagel is prescribed.

    Folk remedies

    If belching with rotten eggs is a symptom of malnutrition, then you can easily cope with the condition by replacing ordinary tea with green tea with lemon balm, mint and ginger.When belching occurs, you can drink a soda solution. To do this, one little dexterity is dissolved in a glass of water.

    Take two tablespoons of fennel seeds, mint leaves, linden blossom. Grind and mix everything well. Pour the mixture into 200 ml. water. Strain the resulting drink, take a quarter glass twice a day.


    In order not to face such an unpleasant symptom, you should not eat “on the run”. There should be 4-5 full meals a day.For snacks, use yoghurts, apples, but it is better to remove dishes from fast food cafes.

    Keep track of the amount of liquid you drink. An adult needs at least 2 liters per day. It will improve motor skills, establish the proper functioning of the body. Doctors do not recommend eating after exercise.

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    90,000 Belching rotten eggs: what to do?

    Almost all people know what belching is.However, it can be used to determine that something has changed in the body.

    If you have an eructation with the smell or taste of rotten eggs, it means that hydrogen sulfide is formed in the digestive tract , often talking about diseases of the stomach or intestines. With this symptom, you should go to your doctor.

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    Causes of the disease

    Inhibition of digestion processes in the stomach is the reason for the appearance of such an eructation.As a result, food stagnation and fermentation occurs, and therefore a lot of hydrogen sulfide is released, which is the source of this unpleasant odor.

    The reasons for this are as follows:

    • Salmonella is present in the digestive tract;
    • Incorrect production of enzymes in chronic inflammation of the pancreas;
    • Difficulty separating bile, and subsequent indigestion of fats;
    • inflammation on the inner walls of the stomach and intestines;
    • the motor function of the stomach is weak or completely absent;
    • misuse of antibiotics with the development of dysbiosis;
    • poisoning.

    Belching of rotten eggs in children and its symptoms

    In addition to adults, children often face this problem. The main reason here is a congenital disorder of the pathways that excrete bile. With active physical exertion, pain occurs under the ribs on the right side. Bile colic can occur when eating fatty foods or fried, while bile urgently goes to the small intestine.

    Symptoms in both an adult and a child are the same.These are nausea, loose stools and a burning sensation in the intestines.

    In case of dysbiosis after antibiotics, beneficial bacteria die. This can cause gastritis, pancreatitis, or cholangitis.

    What to do with belching

    If you notice the appearance of an eructation with the smell of eggs, then you definitely need to examine your gastrointestinal tract with a gastroenterologist. To do this, do the following:

    • to pass the bile test;
    • donate feces for the detection of bacteria;
    • donate blood for biochemical analysis;
    • to make an ultrasound of the liver, gallbladder and pancreas.

    If you do not consult a doctor, then this ailment can bother you for a very long time. And besides, it will turn into a chronic form of an already existing disease, both of the liver and the pathways that excrete bile.

    Belching Treatment

    Treatment of belching, first of all, should be aimed at getting rid of the causes that cause it. Often it is enough to restore the diet, rationalize it and remove gaseous food from the diet. In the event that all these measures did not help, then the gastroenterologist should prescribe special treatment.

    It is initially possible to treat this ailment with the help of folk methods.

    • If you drink freshly squeezed juice from beets or cabbage, they will reduce acidity in the stomach, accelerate tissue regeneration and heal ulcers.
    • And in order to increase the acidity on the contrary, you can use plantain or beans.
    • To reduce the frequency of belching, the doctor may prescribe adsorbents or antacids.
    • Increased secretion of gastric juice is the cause of belching, in which case alkalizing drugs are prescribed.

    When the true cause is established for certain symptoms of eructation with rotten eggs, specific medications are prescribed.

    If such an unpleasant situation is associated with poisoning, then the following must be done:

    1. Flush stomach with mild soda solution or plain boiled water, then induce vomiting. This procedure must be repeated several times until the food pieces in this mass begin to disappear.
    2. And then you need to take activated carbon, Smecta or Sorbex;
      be sure to drink plenty of liquid all day, you can dilute Rehydron or herbal tea in water;
    3. try to refrain from eating on the first day of poisoning.And even more so, you cannot eat something fatty and donated, such as bean salad with chicken and mushrooms. The next day, when the condition improves, you can slowly eat liquid food (cereals, soups and mashed vegetables without adding any spices). The use of condiments and heavy foods is strictly prohibited;
    4. it is not worth taking antibiotics on an independent decision, only a doctor can prescribe them;
      Take for severe diarrhea;
    5. in case of poisoning of a pregnant woman or child, you should immediately consult a doctor;
    6. as the signs of poisoning subside, it is imperative to take remedial measures to normalize the bowel function.Yoghurts, Linex, Bifidumbacterin and others are used as reducing agents.

    In the event that these serious signs appear, immediately contact a specialist:

    • respiratory failure;
    • diarrhea with blood;
    • very high fever and sharp and severe pain in the head;
    • fluid loss in the body has reached critical levels.

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