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    Rotten Egg Burps
    Mvrouse1234 posted:
    I have been experiencing bouts of nausea, burping that tastes like rotten eggs or sulfur, & have had stomach aches on & off. This has happened to me so many times now that I am contantly feeling sick. I have even thrown up a few times from it. Does anyone have any suggestions?
    calgal37 responded:
    Have you checked in with your doc? Any tests run or suggestions made? In some with the 'burps' it can be traced back to acid reflux or gallbladder issues.
    Mvrouse1234 replied to calgal37's response:
    My doctor has run all sorts of blood tests & nothing comes back abnormal. I even had an ultra sound done of my gallbladder, liver, kidneys, & spleen & everything came back normal. I am having an Upper Endoscopy done in the next few weeks. Meanwhile the doctor has put me on Compozine to help with constant nausea.

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