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air bubble from stomach to throat

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 12, 2010
  • 07:24 AM

Hi

im 42 yrs male, I have been experiencing like an air bubble from time to time that is going up from my stomach all the way to my throat, no pain but it takes my breath for a second or 2. I did all heart tests, and its ok, then I did endocopy and its ok.

Even when I talk sometimes, I feel the bubbles are sarting to form to go up to my throat, so I stop talking and the bubbles go away at once.

When I eat I dont get these bubbles.

Im on anti acid drug called Ticta.



Can anybody help.

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  • Hiim 42 yrs male, I have been experiencing like an air bubble from time to time that is going up from my stomach all the way to my throat, no pain but it takes my breath for a second or 2. I did all heart tests, and its ok, then I did endocopy and its ok.Even when I talk sometimes, I feel the bubbles are sarting to form to go up to my throat, so I stop talking and the bubbles go away at once.When I eat I dont get these bubbles.Im on anti acid drug called Ticta.Can anybody help.Hi, I was admitted to hospital because i had difficulty catching my breath. I was in for 3days and nobody knew what was wrong when i was sent for a scan it showed i had an air bubble on the outside of my lung. It moved around from my back to my throat etc. I was advised it should rectify itself but not to fly or blow balloons up (as it may cause my head to swell lol). After a couple of days it disappeared. Its normally a complication deep sea divers get but can be easily fixed if it doesn't sort itself out.Hope this helps
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 28, 2010
    • 02:19 AM
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  • Wish there were a response to this. My symptoms are pretty much identical. I'm a teacher, and when I'm speaking loudly, a bubble materialises in my throat and I feel short of breath for a moment. When I talk quietly or am silent, the bubble goes away. I'm also on Tecta.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • October 16, 2014
    • 02:41 AM
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