What do you know about no-burping syndrome?

Written By Mark

The German Society for Gastroenterology and Metabolism said that “No-Burp Syndrome” means the inability to burp due to a dysfunction in the upper esophageal sphincter (cricopharyngeal muscle); Where you cannot relax to allow air and gases to exit the esophagus, stomach and intestines.

The association added that the reason for this defect is not yet known.

The association explained that the symptoms of the syndrome, known as R-CPD, also include a feeling of bloating, nausea, and chest pain (especially after eating), in addition to annoying, audible gurgling sounds above the chest or in the lower area. the neck.

The association indicated that non-burping syndrome is treated with Botox injections. Botox works to temporarily paralyze the cricopharyngeal muscle in order to enable burping.