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The Treatment of Some Common Digestive Symptoms
often follow mealsand tetminate with eructation. If a Malodorous eructations are of two kinds.
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1) The first evening he was nauseated and dizzy with profuse eructations, without real 4) also today bad eructations, offensive and with sour taste,.
eructation the passive increase in pressure of about 7-15 mmHg - the filling phase - in 73-3% of thirty eructations in a site 130 mm cranial to the c.t.o.
B.K. Ghosh Food - Desires and aversions with their effects
Sour eructations while child smells sour — Mag carb. Bitter eructations worse from sour thing — Staph. Acid dyspepsia, sour eructations — Lyco.

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Acidity presents itself as burning in the chest or abdomen, sour eructations, water coming into the mouth, headache, and giddiness or as rashes on the skin.

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eructations - definition of eructations by the Free Online Dictionary
e·ruc·ta·tion ( -r k-t sh n, r k-). n. The act or an instance of belching.
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eructation - definition of eructation by the Free Online Dictionary
e·ruc·ta·tion ( -r k-t sh n, r k-). n. The act or an instance of belching.
Eructation - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
<an enormous eructation that startled everyone within earshot>. First Known Use of ERUCTATION. 15th century.
Belching - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Belching (also known as burping, ructus, or eructation) involves the release of gas from the digestive tract (mainly esophagus and stomach) through the mouth.

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