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Shutting pains and then i start to burp a lot

I have 2 problems but i believe my self they are related. 1. when i want to eat a plate off food i can only manage a quarter of it before i get shuting pains and then i start to burp a lot then have to stop and i will be still hungry but it would hurt if i had any more. 2. when i go to sleep at night i am constantly swallowing my own slarva (spit)my stomach gets full and i wake up burping then i have to throw up (sick) all before i can try to go to sleep again and the pains are really painfull.
Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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  Anonymous's Response

Hi... Antacid syrups are good in preventing the burping.. Try those before food... Eat slowly and try to chew properly before swallowing.. Avoid spicy foods, dal and foods that make you feel full like carbonated drinks... Avoid getting to the bed immediately after a meal..  Go for an endoscopy if needed to see if there are any causes in the stomach which is the cause for your symptoms...

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The symptoms you have described are suggestive of Acid peptic disease and Gastro esophageal reflux disease. Upper GI endoscopy may confirm the diagnosis. Antacids and acid suppressants may help.
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