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Throat issue
Reasons for burping in throat kindly help me out on this sir...thank you soo much on this...little burping & watery mouth
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Usually, burping is a result of swallowed air building up in your esophagus, the tube that connects your throat to your stomach. This buildup of air is often brought on by: drinking or eating too quickly talking while you eat drinking and eating with poorly fitting dentures consuming carbonated drinks smoking sucking on hard candy chewing gum Aerophagia, which is swallowing air as a nervous habit Gastritis, an inflammation of the stomach lininggastrointestinal reflux disease (GERD), as people with this condition often swallow more frequently Acid reflux, which can also promote increased swallowing
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Although burping is a natural bodily function, excessive burping could be the result of an underlying condition. This is especially true if it’s accompanied by other symptoms, such as abdominal pain or heartburn. Proton pump inhibitor is helpful in such cases.
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