Hi, I was wondering if someone could tell me what might cause sulfur like burps. I'm not sure of the best description, but when I say sulfur I mean like after a match has been lit, not egg like. It's almost like I ate an apple only worse. This happens especially the day after I drink alcohol, and when I first get up in the morning. I have many other symptoms and am concerned about some type of internal damage. Could something like that be related to kidney or liver problems? Thank you.
It's typically related to stomach, esophagus and gallbladder issues. You may want to consider having some testing done - depending on your other symptoms - for the presence of H. pylori, gastritis or problems within the esophagus or duodenum.
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