Nausea and often Get Sulfur Burps, am I pregnant?

Pregnancy occurs when the sperm cells released by men during ejaculation successfully enter the vagina and uterus so that it can reach the eggs that women released when ovulating. Without this fertilization process, there will be no pregnancy.

Thus, if the husband’s sperm does not enter the vagina (only in pants and then dries), then the possibility of pregnancy is almost impossible. It can be read in the process of fertilization related nausea and sulfur burps that it is experienced, can be caused by many causes. Here are some of them eating too much, gastritis or gastric inflammation, GERD or gastric acid disease, gastroenteritis or diarrheal syndrome due to food poisoning, appendicitis or appendicitis, too high sugar levels (hyperglycemia) or low (hypoglycemia), urinary tract infection, infection or kidney stones, etc.

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If it has checked into a doctor, do the treatment as recommended by the doctor. It can be consulted again when the symptoms of nausea and sulfur burps do not heal or control within the prescribed time. Some efforts to reduce nausea and burps eat regularly, if possible eat small portions but often (5-6 times a day) than eat at once in many portions, avoid foods that can irritate the stomach, such as too spicy, sour, oily, avoid caffeinated and alcoholic beverages, avoid exposure to cigarette smoke, enough rest, avoid stress, exercise regularly.

Soft drinks bring more wind to the stomach. When get sulfur burps after drinking soda, it is the wind coming out of the stomach, not the esophagus. The wind coming out of the stomach usually sounds louder and generally coupled with the smell.

Carbonated beverages usually cause exhaust gases as the body’s efforts remove air from the stomach. The burps from the stomach usually smells more, because the food is already digested. If belching is often accompanied by a feeling of nausea, heartburn and a bit of fluid from the stomach (spit up), there is a possibility you have gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD) or better known as gastric acid disease.

 


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