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... can acid reflux cause shortness of breath even when you are not eating (3 replies)
... Yes. The acid can irritate the lungs and cause shortness of breath. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, even I get the shortness of breath feeling.. and has difficulty taking deep breaths some times. But this problem comes and goes every now and then. ... (3 replies)

... Well, in people with asthma, acid reflux can trigger asthma symptoms if the acid starts to "tickle" the lungs. Or sometimes, if the chest pain gets really bad, that can make you feel a little short of breath all by itself. ... (3 replies)
... i have acid reflux problems and for the last several months have been sleeping on 2 sometimes 3 pillows to help with reflux at night. but lately i feel short of breath when i lay down flat and even when on 2 pillows. for the last few nights i have basically been sleeping sitting up and am tired of it. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you for posting this question - I have had reflux for years, but have never been told it can cause shortness of breath (was never told it could cause the coughing and phlegm either - found that one out on my own years ago) My anxiety thanks you very much :) (10 replies)
... Ok great, I never heard of Xanax and I will ask my doctor about this medicine and hopefully maybe it can help with my problem. How Ent doctor check with my vocal cord? ... (10 replies)
... yes acid reflux can cause shortness of breath, I think mostly because it bothers the throat mostly the vocal cords, and then they do not let air in and out like they should. ... (10 replies)
... It's not common, but acid reflux can certainly cause shortness of breath. I had some major problems with this a few years ago. I assumed it was asthma for a long time because I do have environmentally triggered asthma. ... (2 replies)
... Neither did my doctor. I had forgotten about the shortness of breath until you mentioned it and I too had many tests come back normal. Doctor even attributed my symptoms as stress. ... (8 replies)
... Use Apple Cider Vinager with mother to alliviate the symptons. Take my word for it, it does work. You will feel the difference right away. Good luck. (7 replies)
... Hi just a quick question can acid reflux cause shortness of breath and light headedness? ... (7 replies)
... it could be the swollen tummy crowding your chest when u lie down... try sleeping on your left side I read it helps alot of people here and personally it does me too... also try inhaling those vaporubs it helps.. ... (1 replies)
... cancerous cells. My doctor told me it was just starting, but since about 3 weeks ago, I have been having trouble breathing. I wasn't sure your esophagus could cause this, but I guess it's true. I've even gone in to a heart doctor to make sure it wasn't my heart. I'm waiting for those tests, but the EKG was good. ... (7 replies)
... Polyp, separate issue since shortness of breath through mouth. ... (9 replies)
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... Are you taking medication for your acid reflux? ... (9 replies)
... Not only does it give me shortness of breath, I also have constant clearing of my throat with that feeling of having mucus in the back of my throat. ... (10 replies)
... long story short iv been having problems eating any types of foods for the last 3 years and this year has been the worst medical year of my life i dont no if i have acid reflux or gerd or ibs but i can give you an example if i eat a burger or a slice of pizza i will be running to the bathroom within 10 min with Abdominal Pain & Diarrhea this year since january i get this... (2 replies)
... Aside from shortness of breath can it also make the throat feel weird? ... (4 replies)


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