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Is the belching a sympton of a heart attack ?

I ve been belching for the last several days. Tonight it became more consistent. I belch all the time. So much it s almost unconsciously, but now it s more frequent so I noticed. I was drinking pepsi thinking it would help then I read that carbonated drinks may cause it. My main concern is that it s not a sign of having a heart attack , is it?
Thu, 31 Mar 2011
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Hi Farid;
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The belching is common passage of gas through oesophagus it is more in some people but fizzy drinks like pepsi;coke;or any fizzy drink increase belching .No need to worry belching is not a symptom of heart attack.
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