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i have acid reflex when i have ice cream or milk the burning starts mins. after i eat ice cream or milk not so much on cheese

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Dr. Marc Bessler
35 years experience General Surgery
This : This could be ulcer or reflux. Does not sound like lactose intolerance. Try an antacid medication like prilosec. If the symptoms persist and endoscopy would be indicated to have a look in the stomach.
Answered on Jun 30, 2019
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Dr. J. C. DiGiacomo
34 years experience General Surgery
It : It might be acid reflux, or it might be related to your gall bladder. Go see your doctor. He can help determine the cause.
Answered on Oct 4, 2016
Dr. Mark Hoepfner
38 years experience General Surgery
I : I agree that some foods can cause people to experience discomfort. Gallbladder stones can cause discomfort or pressure symptoms after eating some fatty foods. Sometimes heartburn can be resolved with antacids or tums, (calcium carbonate) but you would need to see your doctor to find what is the reason that you have the symptoms that you describe.
Answered on Oct 4, 2016

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