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Is it normal to fart and burp always

is it normal to fart and burp all the time?
Asked On : Wed, 9 Feb 2011
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  User's Response is not normal to fart and burp all the time.It shows that your digestive system needs atttention.Visit your doctor for the same
Answered: Sun, 14 Aug 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
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Our stomach and intestines are like a hollow tube and contain air so with food and drinks we also tend to displace the air and the motility of the intestine is increased so we tend to get burp and even fart and that is normal .But if you are having burp and fart continuous then it can be due to hyperacidity;infection of stomach and intestines;stress etc.Kindly get examined by a doctor and get prescribed antacid and medicine to regulate the movement of intestines and you should be fine in few days.
Answered: Sun, 14 Aug 2011
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