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Belching can be embarrassing, but eructation (the medical term for burping) is rarely a sign of anything serious. “In the vast majority of cases, it’s a benign symptom,” says Paul Berggreen, M.D., gastroenterologist and founder of Arizona Digestive Health. “Intestinal ...Read More »
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It’s tough to define “normal” when it comes to the amount of bleeding you experience during your period. That’s because there’s a lot of person-to-person variation in terms of volume. And talking about specific quantities—like the number of milliliters the average woman ...Read More »
Everybody poops—it’s a simple fact of life. Maybe you usually go right when you get up or an hour after you have coffee in the morning, or you regularly take a mid-afternoon poo. Whatever it is, you probably have some kind ...Read More »
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