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A Base That Relieves Indigestion
Find the cause: Need to see your doctor about this if the problem is prolonged and troublesome enough. ...Read more
61 years old: You are 61 years old you need to go to the emergency room to rule out a heart issue Heart disease is very silent and you are high risk just by age. Now go ! ...Read more
Clean diet : I recommend plenty of water, fruits, vegetables, and consider tums, (calcium carbonate) or potentially alka-seltzer after clearning it with your doctor. If it persists more than a few days, i would highly recommend seeing a physician to make sure it's not something more serious. There are other medications like proton pump inhibitors or h2 blockers that may help but see your physician first. ...Read more
Acid Indigestion: Understand the foods which you ate causing indigestion. Use of Alcohol Stresses in life and upset feelings- It is NOT what you eat; IT IS what is eating you! Take 10 Deep Breaths. Say- Breath is Life! Repeat many times. Visual Imagery of palace which gave you Peace when you were there. Play soft Music. Take Gingersle ...Read more
Could this be some kind of indigestion, I have never had any before? Pain right at base of rib cage on both sides runs thru the center to the top of the sternum, came on fast, not constant can be a 7 to 8 on the pain scale at times. Seems like a few times
The : The pain you are describing except for the pain in your ears is consistent with acid reflux. However heart issues (heart attack, angina) often presents in a similar way. For that reason, it is important to see your doctor. An ekg will be done to determine if the heart is involved. Other testing will be done based on what your doctor feels is the cause of your symptoms. The pain in your ears may be reffered pain or could actually signify a problem in the ear. This will need to be investigated as well. Best of luck. ...Read more
I'm 36.Suffering from Indigestion, acidity.Often acidic food comes up after few hrs of eating,with freq burping & gas. PPI relieves but re-occurs if stopped.Mild heartbn.SGPT/SGOT/Bilirubin slight high.Mild fatty liver. Pancreas profile OK. Is it CA?
Indigestion: Please see your Primary doctor as soon as you can. He/she will go through your issues, examine you, and order labs. If your doctor is comfortable with the results that came back from testing, relax. If you are not comfortable please have a family or friend refer you to a different doctor. Please keep me posted. ...Read more
Heartburn approaches: elevating head of bed, not wearing tight clothes that cinch the abdomen, avoiding meals late at night, waiting at least 3 hrs after a meal to lie down, eat smaller meals, maintain a healthy body weight, avoid smoking, avoid alcohol, coffee, tea, caffeine & carbonated beverages. Try acupuncture, hypnosis, ginger tea, relaxation exercises. See if specific foods are triggers such as chocolate, ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lifestyle measures.: Smaller more frequent meals. Elevate head of bed from the floor. Don't eat within four hours of going to bed. Limit citrus fruits, chocolate, caffeine, tomato products, smoking and peppermint. Lose weight if you're overweight. OTC meds like Prevacid, Prilosec and AcipHex (rabeprazole). If these measures don't help, see GI doctor for EGD. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Keep check of which: foods cause you sx's. Avoid smoking, alcohol, coffee, tea, caffeine & carbonated beverages. See if specific foods are triggers such as chocolate, corn, fried foods,dairy, fatty food, potato chips, creamy or oily dressings, marbled sirloin, high fat bakery items, raw onions, tomatoes, potatoes, spearmint, & peppermint. Orange, cranberry or grapefruit juice & lemons or lemonade can be problematic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can GERD be felt in your back? I have heartburn in my back, with belching. Standing up relieves it, as well
I recently started changed my diet to a more vegetarian based one, but find I am now getting heartburn quite often after meals. Help?
GERD: Gerd, or acid reflux, can be triggered by many different things. A healthy change in your diet would likely not cause this to occur, although it is possible. If you have frequent heartburn, namely more than once per week, i would seek an evaluation by a gastroenterologist to make sure nothing else is going on. ...Read more
Heart burn: You could try anti acids or anti histamines which both you can get without a prescription. Lose weight (if you are overweight), raise the head of your bed, avoid foods that make your symptoms worse and cut on alcohol. Make sure you watch for warning symptoms like weight loss, blood in the stool or black stool for which you need to see a doctor right a way. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the symmptoms of ulcers? I have burning sensation all the itme like heartburn nothing will relieve it.
Upper abdomen pain: Pain that is worse with eating is typical of ulcers. The pain is usually in the upper abdomen. It can be very severe. Persistent heartburn should be evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
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