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Symptoms of gastritis and a strong stool smell

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I have digestion problem. Burning sensation will be felt when i eat chilly related food.
Burps come out after the meals. Feeling fullness in stomach in Night even thoug taken small
amount of food.

Stool seem to be non- digestive watery semi solid and always smelling like rotten egg ( No constipation and motion is going daily).

Body is under weight -52 Kgs and remains same for the past four years.

Kindly suggest as how to treat this problem.

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replied September 16th, 2008
Stomach, Ulcers, Gastric Bypass Answer A4706
Current medical status: Have digestive problems
Current medical treatment: Nil

Eating chilly related food can cause gastritis in many people and that's why you feel a burning sensation when you eat such food.

If you talk while eating, eat with an open mouth or consume soda drinks with meals you can expect burps after meals.

A feeling of fullness after eating is normal if you ate a big amount of food. Fullness after small amounts of food could be the result of a stomach disorder.

Stool smell often depends upon the type of food you eat. H2S that releases from certain protein foods gives the smell of rotten eggs.

You may want to consult your GP about your problem.

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