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Suffering from constipation, dizziness and burping. Are these related?

Hi, Two days ago I strained quite hard while sitting on the loo as I suffer from constipation . Afterwards my heart or chest felt funny like an adrenaline rush and dizziness , especially when bending down and a lot of burping which seems to help for a few seconds. These symptoms have been there on and off since. Could I have damaged something while straining or pushing?
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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hello... you must be having severe acidity or bloating due to which you might be feeling funny and must have not damaged anything...just make sure you eat lot of fruits, nuts.. avoid wheat and milk for sometime.. drink yakult, green tea and plenty of water...start brisk walks daily..and rest well..burping is a form of gas..hence you need to be light on your meals.. eat small meals every 2-3 hours..
Answered: Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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