"This discussion is related to Sulphuric/ Eggy burps and stomach cramps.
hello. Ocationally I have rotten egg burps. Especially a lot in the past couple of days!... at first I thought I might have a gluten allergy, but i can eat produ..."
Just a quick note to say hi! hey there again i forgot to mention i used to treat the egg burps whith eating only plain white rice. it seemed to obsorb some of the acid and gases. try it for a day see if it works for you. as far as what seems to cause it is a high fatty diet which i had growing up. since that bout of gallbladder attack i have changed my diet dramatically. i have started eating sunflower seeds. that is the only thing new and it seems to have been the culprit. so again me personaly, have found some of the culprit. take heart.
hey there i had these egg burps for years until one doctor took me seriously.i had digestive problem all my life. all the tests they took came back normal. when my gallbladder was soooooooooooo inflamed and infected i could hardly take a deep breath. the er thought i was having a heart attack. i was only 32.the end results are that when they removed the gallbladder i stopped having those smelly egg burps. wow i thought. i am now 49 and it is starting up again. i have a good pharmysist who mentioned that sometimes people need an ezyme to help with digestion. the drug name is "creon" i haven't tryed it yet but it is my next hope. maybe you too.
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