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I have been excessively burping. I am worried because I do have symptoms of ovarian cancer.

I have been excessively burping for past week. I thought it was because of over eating or eating spicy food or eating meat. But i stopped eating all of them, even rice, but still burping din t stop. I have read many posts regarding the burping, some say it is heartburn , some say it is ovarian cancer and etc. I am worried because i do have symptoms of ovarian cancer. I am not hungry, but still feel like eating. Though i went on pure fruit diet , my burping did not stop. I am not loosing weight. I have been tested for t3,t4, tsh , and antibodies, antibodies turned out to be 15 more than normal (75). Does this have anything to do with burping ? I have been on thyronorm 75MG for past month. Is this a side affect of this medication? I am really confused and worried too! Please help.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Apr 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
your symptoms suggest you are having dyspepsia; it may be due to reflux disorder or gall stones; the latter is more common in the forties. i suggest that you get an ultrasound of abdomen and pelvis and also consult a gen surgeon.
Answered: Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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Yes, it may be the side effect of the medication. You may try Lycopodium 200, three times a day. This is a Homeopathic medication and does not have any side effects. You may get it from a Homeopathic store. You may take it along with your regular medication.

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Dr. Ritu Sandhu
Answered: Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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Hello,

Yes, it may be the side effect of the medication. You may try Lycopodium 200, three times a day. This is a Homeopathic medication and does not have any side effects. You may get it from a Homeopathic store. You may take it along with your regular medication.

Thanks
Dr. Ritu Sandhu
Answered: Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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