A 29-year-old male asked:
Having pain in chest when swallowing food/drinks for ~week. saw doc & prescribed heart burn meds, but isn't helping. pain seems more constant now. ?
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Dr. Charles Gordonanswered
Specializes in Adolescent Medicine
Got wrong diagnosis: If the pain is coming from your esophagus because of reflux from your stomach make sure you take some liquid antacid which will neutralize the acid on the way down to your stomach. If the pain is coming from your stomach food of any sort will initially help. Ulcers can be treated with 2 antibiotics and an antacid in about 5-6 weeks. If not better U may need gastroscopy. Good luck.
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