Sulfur Burps: About, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

Burping are quite normal thing that happens to almost everybody everyday. Burps normally caused by excess air inside your stomach, whether it is because you swallow some air or other reason. The air inside will usually comes out from your mouth and it called burps.

When someone are eating or drinking too fast, they also have a high chance of burping, as well as drinking soda which has carbon dioxide and later it will leave the body as burps.

But sulfur burps are different with the normal one, since it smells bad and it may leave you embarrassed or make other people uncomfortable because of its bad smell. But luckily there are various ways to treat this sulfur burps, from changing your eating habit to getting some medication which you will find the full explanation on the next part of this article.

Sulfur burps happens when you eat sulfur-containing foods such as vegetables and other foods that can cause gas.  The foods makes your burps smells like the food that you ate but sometimes it may also smells like rotten eggs.

If you are experiencing the same thing, it is advised to quickly find the cause and get rid of it since sulfur burps can be very unpleasant especially around a lot of people, and here you can find everything you need to know about sulfur burps.

If you ever wonder about why does the sulfur burps smells so bad? Well, the answer is because hydrogen sulfide. If you happen you consume some foods which contains sulfur proteins, you have the chance to get sulfur burps or this hydrogen sulfide, that’s commonly smells like rotten eggs.

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The burps are due to the sulfur that reducing microbes in your intestine and then digest the protein before then finally releasing the gas. Burping are very common especially for pregnant woman, because when the woman are pregnant then their digestive process slows down.

Normal burps or sulfur burps may be harmless, but take note that if the sulfur burps comes with diarrhea or even the feeling to vomit, you should call the doctor as soon as possible. Because it may be the sign of a more serious illness.

What Causes and The Symptoms of Sulfur Burps?

symptoms

There are various causes to sulfur burps but this article will explain the common causes of this sulfur burps. Most of the cause are not dangerous for your health and the treatment necessary to get rid of it are pretty easy to do.

However, if you experience sulfur burps with other illness such as vomit, nausea or even diarrhea, then you should check your condition and visit the doctor as soon as you can. Because it is the indication that there is a more serious illness in your body.

helicobacter

The first cause of sulfur burps is infection in the gastrointestinal tract or commonly known as GIT area. This infection mainly caused by bacteria named Helicobacter pylori bacteria. This infection may also trigger gastric problems as well as heart-burn, and some people even get the bloating sensation in their upper abdomen.

Not only bacteria can caused this sulfur burps, there is also parasite called Giardia that can cause it. This parasite are commonly found inside the water bodies, and they stay inside your body for too long then they can also cause some other illness like ulcers, abdominal cramps, diarrhea and even lead to vomiting.

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Both of this Helicobacter pylori bacteria and Giardia parasite infect humans body because of poor hygiene of their surroundings, oral-fecal transmission and even from raw water or untreated water.

But don’t be fooled, even the ‘good’ kind of bacteria like intestinal bacteria can also be the culprit for this sulfur burps. This could happen if the bacteria are over produced, and causes various problems like burps, farts, bloats and even diarrhea.

Beside bacteria and parasite, sulfur burps may caused by improper eating patterns. For example, consuming heavy protein meals with sugary food gives you a high chance of getting this sulfur burps. Because heavy protein meals will be inside the stomach and intestine longer, and it will form a big amount of hydrogen sulfide or H2S in the GIT area.

There’s a certain amount that the body can hold, and when it reach the maximum level, it will leave your body as burps and with rotten egg smell. Another reason that

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