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... laughingman most of the information on zantac and alcohol I've seen was authored by Jeanie Davis. If you searched using those terms you should find a number of articles. ... (5 replies)
... One of the first things that they tell you in treating acid reflux is no alcohol and no fatty or spicy foods. ... (5 replies)
... This could be a clue that maybe you don't have enough stomach acid. Gerd and low stomach acid have the same symptoms. ... (5 replies)

... I take OTC zantac from time to time when my acid reflux acts up and was wondering is it safe to drink having antacids in your system. It was probably just my own negligence but about 6 months ago I went out drinking with my friends and had a rough time. ... (5 replies)
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... laughingman, No its not your imagination. Zantac and Ranitidine can interfere with the metabolism of alcohol. Studies have have shown they elevated blood alcohol levels. ... (5 replies)
... pain in my left arm. I was reluctant to think that it was a heart problem, but went to the ER anyway. I had an EKG, Chest Xray, and blood work done. They decided it was just anxiety. ... (4 replies)
... I'm hoping to cut down as well. I've tried before and it's really difficult. Have you tried all the usual things like losing weight, not smoking, cutting out alcohol and caffeine, avoiding trigger foods like chocolate, tomatoes, onions, fatty foods, citrus fruits, spicy foods etc. Have you raised the head of your bed? ... (9 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)
... Okay, those are common symptoms of acid reflux disease. Have you seen a doctor about it yet? How long has this been going on? For now, try some regular antacids, and try eating small meals and avoiding alcohol, coffee or high-fat foods. If the problem continues, see a doctor. (1 replies)
... mkgbrook, I can see where you are coming from but for it's more the liquor that has an negative effect on my reflux. Beer usually doesn't give me too much liquor and red wine gives me hives or makes me throw up. If you are allergic to the gluten in beer then wine, gin, or vodka should be safe for you. ... (5 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)
... I would continue what the doctor has been telling you and follow up with them. ... (14 replies)
... i was on omeprazole for 2 months and then lanzoprasole for a month before coming off completely 6 weeks ago. ... (0 replies)
... I'm a 26 year old male, 170 pounds, and have had on going digestive problems for many years now... ... (0 replies)
... I first started having this problem in August 2012 when I started a new and stressful job in asset retention. ... (18 replies)
... for some 15 years. I tried to get off of it a few times but suffered rebound and got discouraged. ... (2 replies)
Acid Reflux/GERD
Nov 7, 2012
... Hello all! I'm 22 years old, in shape, at a healthy weight, very new to this and am seeking any advice on what might be going on, as i believe i have just recently been introduced to GERD. ... (0 replies)
... I too am worried about the long term side effects, especially with vitamin and nutrient absorption and their effects on joints and bone, etc., etc., etc... ... (113 replies)
... That could be GERD. You could try some antacids such as Tums. They usually work very quickly. ... (2 replies)

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