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Regurgitation Of Food Or Liquid
You did not say how: old your daughter is or how long this has been going on. The possibilities are many and best discussed with your daughter's Pediatrician. If you wish, you could schedule a live consult here on Health Tap to discuss your concerns. ...Read more
I am experiencing difficulty swallowing. The following also describe me: Regurgitation of food or liquid, Speech difficulty, Food getting stuck (swallowing), and Chest pain or discomfort. What should I do?
My daughter is experiencing sneezing, nasal congestion, sudden attacks of crying and regurgitation of food or liquid.
Congestion: Appears to be viral URI, possibly with gastrointestinal symptoms. Keep head elevated to prevent aspiration. Can use pediatric nasal decongestant drops. Keep hydrated. ...Read more
I am experiencing stomach cramps, stomach upset, constipation, extra saliva, regurgitation of food or liquid and overeating.i am also spitting a lot.
GI symptoms: It's been 13 hours since you posted this question. If you have not sought medical evaluation by now, please do so. ...Read more
I am experiencing bloating or abdominal fullness, heartburn (gerd), extra saliva, regurgitation of food or liquid, overeating, stomach upset, thro...
Difficulty swallowing, regurgitation of food/liquid on&off, burping.Keep having to clear my throat or feel like i cant breathe.Hx:Hernia.ER?Walkin?
Evaluation needed: You need a swallowing evaluation as well as an upper gi evaluation of esophaguswhich can be accomplished with an old fashioned simple barium swallow examination in the xray department or by a gastroenterologist performing an esophagogasrtoscopy. The swallowing evaluation is usually done by a speech pathologist to evaluate your transferring of food or liquid from the mouth to pharynx to the esophag ...Read more
Certain foods-never liquids-feel like they get stuck in my sternum causing pain and often regurgitation-if I aspirate what would the symptoms be?
Hi my 6 month old baby is regurgitating clear liquid. This is new. I am used to the milk regurgitating but clear liquid ? What could this be ?
I have errosive esophagus,day 5 protnix still regurgitating "liquid" not really burning..does this let my esophagus heal? or does it stop it???
Yes: This treatment is usually effective but may take a few weeks to fully heal. I think it's also important to abstain from alcohol,heavy caffeine intake, nicotine and irritating compounds like aspirins and nsaids like Advil and Aleve (naproxen). Of course a gastroenterologist is best qualified to treat,advise and follow-up for you. ...Read more
I've been taking liquid advil for a couple weeks and having increased reflux with regurgitation. Can advil cause reflux or aggravate it? Substitute?
Belching always brings up a liquid but it doesn't burn my throat. Is it possible to regurgitate mucus? Can anxiety or other conditions cause this?
Depends...: Avoid foods & behavior that delay stomach emptying &/or relax the lower esophageal sphincter--spicy, greasy food, mints, alcohol, tobacco, chocolate, tomato-based products, caffeinated & fizzy drinks, eating before bedtime. Lose weight. Elevate head of bed on blocks. Certainly if no response within 4-5 days (depending on dose & diet/behavioral factors above) best see GI doctor if persistent/worse. ...Read more
Im 21 years old, I have mild MVP with mild regurgitation. Do I need to follow any diet or I can eat all types of foods..?
My dysphagia comes and goes. I worry about doing the barium test in a good day. Would it show a result if I don't choke or regurgitate food there?
Since childhood, i regurgitate almost every food i eat. Sometimes, i hv to re - eat the food about 3x b4 it doesn't come back. Should i be concerned?
Habits: This is a habit for you, and probably not a medical condition. A good behavioral mental health expert may be needed to help you and your body to overcome this habit. ...Read more
For about 2 yrs, certain foods feel like they get stuck in my chest causing major discomfort and regurgitation. What are some symptoms of aspiration?
Wheezing: Aspiration occurs when you inhale food or water which causes choking, wheezing and infection of the lungs. Your symptoms sound more consistent with an esophagus problem. You can have narrowing of the esophagus or spasms in the esophagus that cause food to get stuck. Acid reflux can cause this as well. ...Read more