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Food Regurgitation On Lying Down
Aortic Regurgitation - When are pounding/forceful heartbeats felt? During strenous activity? Lying down? Routine activity? Sitting? Are they constant?
Aortic valve leak: If severe aortic valve regurgitation is present, it will often cause widening of the pulse pressure; the difference between the systolic (top) and diastolic (bottom) blood pressure values will increase. This may or may not be perceived by the patient. As w/ most cardiac conditions, it is likely to be more symptomatic w/ strenuous activity. Diagnosis requires physical exam +/-echocardiography.
My cardiologist said that I have mild mitral and tricuspid valve regurgitation but they are not harmful. But now I have ectopics when laying down. Why?
These findings are: Most likely unrelated as all of us experience occasional extra heart beats. You should go back to your cardiologist and tell him/her about your new symptoms. A long term monitor and perhaps a short course of drug therapy might be warranted. Discuss this with your health care professional.
GERD: It may by gerd (gastroesophagel reflux disease). This could cause damage to the esophagus. You should by evaluated by a physician.
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.
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.
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.
I'm 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.?
If stressed eating meal I get food blockage. After relax & regurgitate food I can finish meal. Is this spasm of skiatski ring Or barrats asophogus?
After eating, I frequently burp and this causes me to regurgitate some of my food into my throats. What causes this? It feels really irritates.
Reflux: It sounds like you have reflux (where acid and sometimes food come back up). You need to see a gastroenterologist to have this worked up (a scope down your esophagus to see why this may be happening). In the mean time, you can change things regarding your diet to try and alleviate these issues (don't eat late at night, don't go straight to bed, avoid caffeine, avoid chocolate, etc).
I regurgitate food. When it comes up into my mouth, I re chew it. The food still tastes like I ate it originally. What could this be?
Get checked!: This is certainly not normal, Sometimes there is a pouch like growth attached to your esophagus that can hold food and then it is regurgitated. Zenker's diverticulum is one type. There are other causes, as well, Get seen and examined and have any necessary tests done to sort this out. See http://www. Uwmedicine. Org/health-library/Pages/esophageal-diverticula. Aspx
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?
Aspiration: You will have a hard time breathing. Aspiration means that fluid goes into your lungs and not into your stomach. If the swallowing is a constant problem, see your doctor, you may need and EGD.
Iam having mild mvp with mild regurgitation. Does I need to avoid any foods. Can I do all types of exersises and can I play all types of sports. Thanks?
Should be benign: I'm afraid that my experience with most cases of diagnosed mvp involve an incorrect diagnosis. It is frequently the case. Also important is what symptoms lead someone to do an echo and 'diagnose' mvp. So a second opinion might be in order. That said, it is generally a benign condition. Thee should not be any dieatary or exercise restrictions according to any published guidlelines.See 1 more doctor answer
10 month male child take solid food n collect in mouth n neck n then regurgitate all. Takes only some fluid. What should do?
Get evaluated: This should be looked into. Some kids have an easier gag and will gag on thicker foods. However, difficulties with all foods and even some liquids is abnormal and should be worked up.See 1 more doctor answer
Why do I regurgitate food after eating that's not acidic causes no burn and xrays are normal, it basically happens after pizza or ground beef?
I don't know: However, your body seems to be telling you not to eat these specific things. Aren't you lucky that you don't really need a diagnosis? Just avoid them! Good luck.
regurgitating undigested food for hours after eating for 3 years now. Gerd medication hasn't helped. I have unexplained exhale wheeze. What can itbe?
Regurgitation Blues: Dude, you need to see a G.I. doctor (or another one). Regurgitating food for that long? Maybe there's a structural problem with the way your esophagus attaches to your stomach that medicine alone can't help--or something else. And you've probably regurgitated in your sleep, causing lung irritation and that wheezing.Also, chronic irritation to your lower esophagus can eventually turn bad, really badSee 1 more doctor answer
After eating I constantly regurgitate food but I don't have the taste of stomach acid. Is this serious and can this cause esophagal cancer? Help!
Unlikely cancer: Esophageal cancer in a 25 year old patient is very unusual. Nonetheless, the symptoms you report are very concerning and mandate a face-to-face physician examination. You should also have an upper endoscopy meaning a video camera that is slid down the mouth into the esophagus while you are asleep. This will show if this is a tumor, or something else like achalasia, or diffuse esophageal spasm.
Gall bladder removed in july, found I have to take digestive enzymes (heath store) or I regurgitate food. Take prevacid (lansoprazole) 15mg for poss. Reflux. Normal?
Different problems.: Gallbladder disease tends to be distinct from gastritis or gerd with regurgitation. A ppi drug like Prevacid (lansoprazole) should be used short-term only if possible. I would consider a gerd workup, to include upper endoscopy (egd), and then perhaps other studies to evaluate your symptoms of regurgitation, that may be resolved with medical or surgical therapy.
I have gerd, heartburn, regurgitate food a lot and chronic cough as well as my teeth are going brown what to do? Feel gaseous too at times
See your physician: Your 'brown teeth" may be due to your gerd problem. See your md and your dds asap.See 2 more doctor answers