Burping, or belching, once in a while, especially during and after meals, is normal. If you burp a lot, you may be swallowing too much air and releasing it before the air enters your stomach.
- Source: NIDDK (NIH)1
Causes List for Burping
Possible causes of Burping (or similar symptoms) may include:2
- Acquired fructose intolerance (gas)
- Acute carbon monoxide poisoning (gas)
- Aerophagia (Flatulence, belching)
- Air Pollution Exposure (gas)
- Ammonia exposure (gas)
- Angina (gas)
- Arsine exposure (gas)
- Asthma (gas)
- Autonomic neuropathy (belching)
- Brainerd diarrhea (gas)
- Bromine poisoning (gas)
- Cancer Late Effects (gas)
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning ...
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- Source: NIDDK (NIH): niddk.nih.gov/ health-information/ health-topics/ digestive-diseases/ gas-digestive-tract/ Pages/ all-content.aspx
- Source: Algorithmically Generated List
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