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... reduce alcohol, and spicy foods like onion and garlic and peppers. ... (7 replies)
... As far as your issues go, if the burning in your stomach continues, especially if it is still troubling you while you are eating carefully and on some form of antacid medicine, you should probably talk to your dr about it. ... (10 replies)
Gerd and Influenza
May 16, 2016
... the cause is most likely the mucous drugs that you took. They do not limit themselves to the respiratory system but also effect the mucous lining of the stomach and oesophagus, hence why they can cause digestive problems. without sufficient mucous coating the digestive tract you can get heartburn. ... (10 replies)

... Hi Scot and welcome to the boards. If your gastritis is caused by excess acid, there are several over the counter remedies that can be very helpful. ... (2 replies)
... nerves in the center of your body. I used to get the same thing, also in the left breast area. It will go away as your acid symptoms subside. I use Pepcid AC and Dexilant. Pepto also works well. ... (3 replies)
... In the end, it took a diet change and a change to my eating habits to fix the problem. It was quite painful for a while there. Things I learned? ... (4 replies)
... couraging to see you have been having decent days but I feel for you when you have those horrible ones. If we could only know for sure that this is the rebound and this, too will pass. I wonder if the rebound takes longer than 3 months. ... (110 replies)
... Dude, i can almost guarantee you it is anxiety. i had the same issues. Had every test known to man. Probelm is anxiety makes indigestion worse and indigestion makes anxiety worse. If i were you i would stay off any alcohol for a few weeks and focus on relaxing before and after meals. ... (8 replies)
... Dude, i can almost guarantee you it is anxiety. i had the same issues. Had every test known to man. Probelm is anxiety makes indigestion worse and indigestion makes anxiety worse. If i were you i would stay off any alcohol for a few weeks and focus on relaxing before and after meals. ... (8 replies)
LPR after 3 months
May 30, 2017
... My LPR came back in February, now it's the end of May and I am still on twice a day Nexium but my LPR rarely bothers me. Here are some things that may be helpful. ... (0 replies)
Is this reflux?
Dec 8, 2016
... If stomach fluids are coming up after eating, regardless of a burning sensation or acidic taste, it is still a type of reflux. Alcohol definitely makes it worse, I know this from experience as well. And an antacid definitely has the potential to help.. ... (13 replies)
... I have never posted on this forum before and so I am not sure if what I say will relate to what is generally discussed on this board. ... (9 replies)
... Hello LynnC. I have been on PPI's for over 10 yrs and have tried to reduce or get off of the meds several times, without success. ... (2 replies)
... avoid straws and carbonated beverages, no tight belts, liquid antacid at bedside. ... (1 replies)
... Any pressure within the stomach causes reflux if LES lax. So avoid gas distention by avoiding straws, carbonated drinks and gas producing foods. Hot liquids promote gastric emptying, cold liquids slow it down. ... (8 replies)
... the weight loss will be normal. Nobody likes to eat a lot or can enjoy eating when don't feel well or are under stress, especially if the eating causes symptoms and discomfort. ... (4 replies)
... pillows, or a wedge shaped pillow. Keep a bottle of antacid at bedside as a test and for relief. If you get the burning in the night, take a dose of the antacid. If it is reflux of acid into esophagus, it will feel better very quickly. ... (7 replies)
... blobs of mucus, diminished sense of taste and smell, suspected sinus infection, and not having any heartburn, only I had some asthma thrown into the mix as well. In fact, I spent this past Thanksgiving in the hospital. ... (34 replies)
... our body is too acidic and reflux is our body intelligence trying to get rid of all that acid. Just something to think about. ... (8 replies)
Prilosec otc
Dec 5, 2008
... based foods and anything else that causes your acid to flare up as much as possible for a while. ... (8 replies)


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