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How can I avoid hyper acidity and burning pain in stomach ?

How can I avoid hyper acidity and burning pain in stomach ?

Eat: 5 to six small meals daily, avoid smoking or alcohol, may try anta_acids. See your Internist may require H pylori test and treatment. Good luck ...Read more

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Dr. Payam Mehranpour
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Burning Pain (Definition)

Burning pain is one of the hallmarks of pain due to nerve damage. Any skin condition may also cause burning pain. It is different than sharp stabbing pain ...Read more


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What can I do to avoid hyper acidity and burning pain in stomach ?

What can I do to avoid hyper acidity and burning pain in stomach ?

Apple cider vinegar: The indigestion is lack of enough acid the digest the food. The vinegar helps that process along and rapidly relieves the discompfor. The vinegar one to 2 tablespoons can be repeated as needed. ...Read more

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What's the most effective way to prevent hyper acidity and burning pain in stomach ?

Apple cider vinegar: Burning pain in stomach is from incomplete digestion and a gasseous mass from the lack of stomach acid. Relief is almost instantaneous with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar as needed. ...Read more

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I have been experiencing burning pain in stomach accompanied by bloating and heartburn what could this be?

Unsure.: from your symptoms it is impossible to pinpoint a definite cause. A good initial approach would be to try using antacids for a brief period of time, 1 to 2 weeks, to see if this helps. If it does not, or if the symptoms recur, I would recommend that you see your primary care doctor to get a better handle on them and to begin treatment. Be sure to follow the directions on the label. Good luck. ...Read more

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Not feeling so hot and i'm HIV i've been feeling weak, sharp burning pain in stomach & body. I'm HIV positive counts are very low 21-55-91, 000 was my last counts. I'm unable to take my medications. I was rushed to the hospital and they couldn't take my c

Not feeling so hot and i'm HIV i've been feeling weak, sharp burning pain in stomach & body. I'm HIV positive counts are very low 21-55-91, 000 was my last counts. I'm unable to take my medications. I was rushed to the hospital and they couldn't take my c

Contacting : Contacting your doctor who prescribes your medications is the best option. They can guide you in the right direction. The doctor who prescribes your HIV medications will be trained specially in the care of HIV and would want to know that you feel so poorly. Please contact them so that you can have an appropriate evaluation. ...Read more

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Can IBS cause burning pain in stomach? Took Prilosec for 14 days but burning pain is back. Tested negative for h pylori

Heart Burn: Hi, you probably have Functional dyspepsia or non-ulcer dyspepsia, which is common in IBS, the treatment is change in diet includes avoiding fatty food, Alcohol, Caffeine, frequent but small portions, avoiding food which makes the patient worse, PPIs or H2 blockers but Antacid like Tums (calcium carbonate) won't work , one can consider Tricyclic Antidepressant if above measures not helpful. Feel better. ...Read more

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I have 3 lumps on right rib cage fatigue doc doesn't know what they are now having extreme burning pain across stomach when sitting very tired?

Why lumps?: You need to confirm if you have real lumps on your chest wall. This can be confirmed by a physical exam by a doctor and further checked with a chest x-ray or, if need be, a ct scan of the chest. You may need a second medical opinion if the first doctor has not figured out what you have and what you need to do next. ...Read more

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Can severe stress/anxiety cause upset stomach, nausea, stomach gurgling, bloating & a burning pain in stomach? What can I do to help these symptoms?

Can severe stress/anxiety cause upset stomach, nausea, stomach gurgling, bloating & a burning pain in stomach?  What can I do to help these symptoms?

Yes: Yes stress can certainly trigger an upset stomach. You might be struggling with acid indigestion ("dyspepsia"), heartburn (gastroesophageal reflux disease"), or irritable bowel syndrome. Avoid caffeine, mint, tomatoes, citrus, tobacco, carbonated drinks and anything else that you find worsens your discomfort. Stress reduction, antacids, and dietary changes as I mentioned all can help. ...Read more

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