A 31-year-old female asked:
I was diagnosed with gerd, i was given a diet, to exclude dairy in my meals, so if i can take something that include dairy, the pain gets worse is like a pulling pain, i'm struggling to sit straight. i was reffered to xray go abdominal results is ok?
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Internal Medicine 11 years experience
If you are bleeding, feel lightheaded, back stool, or unable to eat or drink go to the emergency room.. These symptoms can benefit from seeing your general practitioner. Avoid ibuprofen, carbonated beverages, spicy foods, smoking, eating before bedtime, chocolate, and mint.
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Answered Mar 15, 2021
Last updated Mar 15, 2021
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