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Suffering indigestion, belching. Tests normal. Suffering stomach disorder after Quitting smoking.

I am suffering from indigestion, belching , frequent regurgitation and my heart beat skips all throughout the day for the past eight months.. I don t have any heart disease as I went underwent blood work and ecg and all came normal. I am 37 yrs old male 5ft 7inches and weigh 141 pounds. I am not able to be normal as others and I am much bothered about my health. I was a smoker for about 20yrs and I stopped smoking eight months ago and since then I am suffering from this stomach. Please help me
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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Hello, qutting smoking doesnot cause these symptoms.our body might respond in weird way when you stop smoking immediately. I think all these symptoms are caused by smoking but you are feeling those symptoms only after cessation of your smoking. For belching you can take antacids medicines. If it doesnot comedown please consult your gastreoenterologist. Thank you
Answered: Mon, 19 May 2014
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