I have been sick with bronchitis for a week now. Tonight started burping up a sulfur smell and bad stomach cramps. It starts in the middle of my stomach and then turns into diarrhea. When I pass gas it smells of sulfur as well. I have had this off and on for the past few years. I am on Zygred (I think that is how you spell it) for it. I actually had a Nissan procedure in 04 to fix my acid reflux. It has been since this surgery that the smelly burps have started. I have mentioned all this to my stomach doc and all he says is "well burps and farts are not suppose to smell good". So I am looking for another doc but in the meantime, I wondered what this was. Maybe someone can give me an idea of what's going on? When I get this bronchitis it is ten times worse. At times what I cough up smells of sulfur as well. Not as bad as my stomach though, my stomach is just horrible!
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