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Is there any medications which will help me overcome of Burping ?

I am 32 yr old male, frequently get burps. I am using gelusil syrup and rantac tablets still there is no relief. nowadays I have stopped junk food also. are there any medications which will help me overcome this problem.
Sat, 17 Oct 2009
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My doc prescribed me omez capsule. it worked for me. ask your doctor to have a proper check and start this capsule.

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