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    EKStewart posted:
    I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this but here it goes. Every time I take my daily multi-vitamin, I get "the burps" all day long! Just little ones, not full on belches, but it's embarrassing and annoying. I've changed the time of day I take it and the brand I take. I've also tried taking it with food and water and milk, anything I can think of yet it still happens. I'm ok if I take an antigas but who wants to do that all the time?
    fitness1234 responded:
    Did you try using liquid vitamins?
    EKStewart replied to fitness1234's response:
    I have not tried liquid vitamins. Can you buy them in a regular drug store? I'm afraid to b/c if they taste terrible I'll never take them! I was going to try the gummies too and see how that works.
    fitness1234 replied to EKStewart's response:
    You can check or ask your doctor.

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