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Can GERD cause vomiting?

Can GERD cause vomiting?

GERD symptoms : Yes, gerd can cause vomiting, stomach and/or chest burning sensation, bad taste in your mouth. You should eat low fat, irritant( caffeine, sauces, spicy food, sodas, alcohol) free diet in order to keep it under control. ...Read more

Dr. David Earle
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Gerd (Definition)

It is normal to have some gastroesophageal reflux (ger). It becomes a disease( gerd) when it causes organ damage (imflammation of the esophagus, or barrett's esophagus), it has a significant negative impact on your life, or requires dependence ...Read more


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Can heartburn cause nervousness?

Can heartburn cause nervousness?

Well..it may cause..: For example: heartburn can be perceived as a possible heart attack and thus can cause the person to be nervous/anxious/scared, but this just means it can trigger those symptoms, not causing the anxiety disorder itself. Having underlying anxiety disorder and having certain illnesses can make the anxiety worse over time. If severe/persistent, you can develop anxiety/depressive disorder. Consult doc. ...Read more

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Can reflux cause constant nausea?

Can reflux cause constant nausea?

Yes: Gerd or "reflux" is the result of the upper gastoesophageal sphincter being unable to close appropriately. Therefore, the gastric contents, which are acidic, reflux into the lower esophagus, causing: burning, burping, hoarseness, epigastric pain and of course nausea. ...Read more

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Can heatburn cause nausea?

Can heatburn cause nausea?

Yes: Heartburn is caused by acid reflux - some of the acid from your stomach can "reflux" or spurt up into the lower part of your esophagus which lacks the type of lining that your stomach has, so it can not protect itself from the stomach acid. This can be associated with nausea. ...Read more

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Can costochondritis cause nausea?

Can costochondritis cause nausea?

May be !!: If you have severe pain from it you may get nausea or if you are taking pain medications for it that also may cause nausea. There is no direct correlation. ...Read more

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Can constipation cause severe heartburn?

Can constipation cause severe heartburn?

Not really: constipation refersto difficulty in the large intestine: heartburn refer to stomach lining irriation from gastric acid or reflux ( GERD). ...Read more

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Can ulcers cause nausea?

Can ulcers cause nausea?

Oh yes: Lots of causes for nausea, including ulcers, but ulcers may not cause nausea at all. ...Read more

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Can GERD cause insomnia?

Can GERD cause insomnia?

Yes: Gerd or gastroesophageal reflux disease can be thought of as a really bad case of heartburn that just won't quit. If your reflux gets worse when you lay down, then that discomfort can make it very difficult to get to sleep , eg cause insomnia. There are many medications, some over-the-counter, to treat gerd. Better yet, alter your lifestyle to minimize risk. Or change your sleeping position. ...Read more

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Can having heartburn cause nausea?

Can having heartburn cause nausea?

Not generally: but the symptoms often exist together...hyperacidity irritates both the lower esophagus ("heartburn") and the stomach (nausea)
An H-2 blocker (eg: PRILOSEC example only)) might be worth a try.
Speak with your PCP (Primary Care Provider)
Hope this helps
Dr Z ...Read more

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Can gastritis cause dizziness and fatigue?

Can gastritis cause dizziness and fatigue?

Possible: Especially if the gastritis results in dehydration, or is caused by a systemic infection, associated with fever. Your treating doctor could assess whether another co-morbidity, such as anemia, is present. ...Read more

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Can indigestion cause constipation?

Can indigestion cause constipation?

Some circumstances: Indigestion describes an upset stomach; constipation relates to infrequent stooling. There is little likelihood of a cause & effect relationship. However, many patients with indigestion reach for remedies that may be constipating (e.g. Calcium or aluminum-based antacids). Also, global dysfunction of transit through the gut would result in both symptoms due to a slow emptying stomach & colon. ...Read more

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Can dyspepsia cause diarrhea?

Can dyspepsia cause diarrhea?

Well......: several possibilites. I cannot say in your particular case. Irritable bowel can certainly cause both http://www.nerdpocalypse.net/irritable%20bowel.html this explains it more fully. And medications taken for it certainly cause diarrhea (magnesium containing antacids). follow the podcast at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/epiphany-of-the-week/id972173760 ...Read more

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Can heartburn cause dizziness? What else can cause dizziness?

Can heartburn cause dizziness? What else can cause dizziness?

Many things: Sometimes stomach discomfort can cause what is known as a vagal response, which while not dangerous, can cause low blood pressure and dizziness. The greatest concern would be if the heart burn was related to blood loss, which could also cause dizziness. A great many things not related to the digestive tract can also cause dizziness. ...Read more

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Can lupus cause persistent nausea and stomach dumping?

Can lupus cause persistent nausea and stomach dumping?

Unlikely: Lupus is basically a form of "vasculitis" which affects small blood vessels such as those in the kidneys, joints (arthritis) and skin! The GI tract is generally unaffected! The MEDICATIONS used to TREAT Lupus are another story! Most of them have mild-moderate GI effects! Speak with your Rheumatologist! (If you have not seen one you should!!!0 Hope this helps Good Luck Dr Z ...Read more

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Can heartburn cause a headache?

Can heartburn cause a headache?

No: If you have heart burn it is separate from headaches which are most commonly migraines. ...Read more

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Can constipation cause acid reflux symptoms to worsen?

Can constipation cause acid reflux symptoms to worsen?

Possibly: Slow gastric emptying is associated with constipation. Slow gastric emptying is associated with gastroesophageal reflux. Omeprazole (prilosec) or proton pump inhibitor helps control acid but does not affect gastric emptying. Constipation can also increase abdominal pressure and in turn reflux. Side effect of Omeprazole also is constipation. ...Read more

Dr. Charles Cattano
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Heartburn (Definition)

A painful burning sensation in the esophagus, just below or behind the breastbone. The pain often rises in your chest and may radiate to ...Read more


Dr. Stephen Noga
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Nausea (Definition)

Nausea = abdominal upset ...Read more