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After meal,i get wet burps & feeling like food stuck in the mid of 2 ribcages.gas relives.indigestion.no dysphagia.mild nausea.no early fullness.ppi helps but not completely.hb 14+,cbc,lypse,amylse,lft,usg-normal.pain in a point of spine.35/m.ca sym?

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Dr. Morton Levitt
A Verified Doctoranswered
Pathology, Anatomic and Clinical 50 years experience
Dyspepsia: This could be symptomatic of GERD. Unlikely to represent a metastatic cancer. The partial relief with passing gas and the use of PPIs points to a temporary but repeating condition. The spinal pain is a bit unusual for GERD; it is more likely to be referred pain form say the gallbladder, but even that is a bit unusual - GB pain refers to the upper back and shoulder. See a gastroenterologist.
Dr. Bradford Romans
A Verified Doctoranswered
Internal Medicine 38 years experience
Food stuck: Your esophagus may b narrowed down due to scar formation over time from low level chronic information from reflux. You need to b scoped and dilated,if indicated. Go see Board Certified Gastroenterologist. While waiting to b seen, you can take Nexium daily and take various measures to reduce reflux. Look up the topic GERD.

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