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Gerd Worsened Eating
I am experiencing heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating certain foods). The following also describes me: Burping. What should I do?
I am experiencing heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating certain foods, lying flat). The following also describes me: Burping. What should I do?
Heartburn: Elevate the head of you bed 8 inches. You can get blocks at Bed Bath and Beyond. ...Read more
My Husband is experiencing heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating certain foods), diarrhea (quality: chronic (persistent, sustained)) and abdomin...
He may be dealing with an irritable bowel syndrome as well as gerd. Have him consult a gastroenterologist for evaluation, diagnosis and proper treatment including dietary advice as well as avoiding alcohol, caffeine, nicotine and harsh roughage. In the meantime start him on prilosec or
zantac daily until he is examined. ...Read more
I am experiencing heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating shortly before bed, eating certain foods, lying flat). Constipated. Burping. Feeling weak?
GERD.: The symptoms you have described could be consistent with gastroesophageal reflux disease. Given your age, it would be fine to trial a one month course of an over-the-counter medication like Protonix or Prevacid. Should this medication not work, or should your symptoms worsen during the month trial, then an evaluation with a gastroenterologist would be wise. ...Read more
I am experiencing heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating certain foods). The following also describe me: Abdominal pain (generalized) and Stomach ups?
Change diet: Try avoiding foods associated with bloating and gas such as cabbage and dairy. You may also benefit from avoiding spicy and heavy foods. If it does not resolve you should see your doctor for further work up. ...Read more
I am experiencing side pain, abdominal discomfort, nausea (severity: mild), bloating or abdominal fullness, heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating...
Your question was: Cut off. So we don't know if these are acute symptoms or if they are chronic. Try providing clarification and resubmitting. ...Read more
I am experiencing vomiting and heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating certain foods). The following also describe me: Upper abdominal pain, Stomach u?
Depends on severity: Normal, healthy, young people can get the stomach flu or food poisoning symptoms from time to time. A patient will usually vomit until her stomach is all empty, which is why it is important to NOT eat or drink anything for a few hours afterwards. After that, a common treatment is small amounts of Pedialyte or broth, maybe 1 ounce every half hour while awake. A primary doctor can evaluate and help. ...Read more
I'm passing gas (a little), heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating certain foods)&bloating (only at night. Relatively flat stomach in the morning/afternoon).Im on 40mg pantoprazole and domperione for a week. No more burning but still bloated.?
Bloated: Try some probiotics for one week and then as needed ...Read more
I am experiencing back pain (severity: severe) (side: both), chest wall pain and heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating shortly before bed, bendin... I've had chest X-ray, a whole heart work, heart doc says heart is ok. Why does my back hurt so bad?
You would: Probably benefit from a neurological or orthopedic evaluation. Ask your primary health care provider for a referral. ...Read more
My Father is experiencing diarrhea (quality: bloody, chronic, persistent), painful bowel movements, passing gas, stomach upset and heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: eating certain foods). The following also describe him: Abdominal pain (generalized) and S
Bloody Diarrhea: Can be very serious. Your father needs prompt medical attention. Take care. ...Read more
I am experiencing passing gas, nausea (severity: mild), heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: bending forward, eating certain foods, lying flat), abdom...It's hard to eat and sleep.
Gastroenterologist: A gastroenterologist is best qualified to evaluate and treat you. Appropriate tests will be ordered in order to make a diagnosis. Possibilities include lactose or gluten intolerance as well as a hiatus hernia with reflux.In the meantime keep note of what foods trigger symptoms, don't go to bed with food in your stomach, sleep with your chest elevated higher than your abdomen, take prilosec, mylanta ...Read more
I am experiencing rapid heart rate (worsened by: psychological stress, after exercise), heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: bending forward, eating certain foods.)?
Maybe just heartburn: ...But chest pain is nothing to ignore! The potential origin of your symptoms includes: heart, lungs, mediastinum, esophagus, musculoskeletal, pericardium (sac around the heart), pleuritis, bronchiitis, or referred pain from a remote site. Your doctor will be concerned about accompanying fever, blood with coughing, vomiting, shortness or breath, difficulty reclining, tenderness. Get checked please ...Read more
I am experiencing vomiting, nausea (severity: moderate), excessive menstrual cramps, heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: bending forward, eating certain foods), breast pain (quality: tenderness), fatigue, headache (better by: rest, nsaids (ibuprofen, napro
Dysmenorrhea: Question was cut off. Dysmenorrhea Tx: NSAID’s, SSRI’s, hormone meds, OTC meds containing diuretics, warm bath, heating pad, exercise & acupuncture are excellent for dysmenorrhea. Avoid caffeine, chocolate, alcohol & salt. Get GYN eval to R/O underlying pathology. Consider omega- 3 fatty acids, magnesium (supplementation or through diet) or Black Cohosh with dr ok. Sipping Chamomile ...Read more
Had pre-ulcerous duoden., hiatal hern/Gerd. Given pantoprazole. Pain rt. Side, bile/food “stuck”, vomit. Worsening. GI says I’m perfect. What can do?
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Don't have bacteria but do have worsening gastritis. Don't drink. Don't use NSAIDs. GERD is under control. Could this be related to IPF & large heart?
It's all in the ches: All the conditions that you mention - idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, cardiomegaly (enlarged heart), and gastritis / acid reflux affect the chest. The simplest answer is usually correct. I suspect that IPF has caused pulmonary hypertension (high pressures in the lungs) which causes an enlarged heart. IPF is often treated wit steroids which increase acid production & weaken muscles leading to gastri ...Read more
Acid...: Stomach acid is neutralised by food...so feels better. ...Read more
"TryIt, You'llLikeIt": Well, why don't you try it and see if it works for you. It's very acidic (I burned my tongue eating too much of it once) but it also contains bromelain, a complex protein digester ("proteolytic enzyme") but not in very great amounts (0.2 mg/mL, although more than most other fruits). Touted as a natural digestive aid, I haven't found it very useful. In fact I usually have to pop a Tums (calcium carbonate) after eating it ...Read more
Mechanical: Gerd is a mechanical defect in the valve and sphincter that act as a one way valve in te lower esophagus. Certain food can cause relaxation of the sphincter and aggravate th reflux. If you already have reflux irritation, nthe spicy food can aggravate it like salt water can make a wound burn. ...Read more
Should a person on tecta for GERD (4 week rx) resume eating what they like, now that the pain is gone? Or should they take it easy throughout the rx?
This drug: Is one of the proton inhibitors that prevents stomach acid being produced. Have you had an endoscopy to diagnose the mechanism in you? Some gerd sufferers actually have a low acid paradoxically. It must be distinguished from eosinophilic esophagitis, an inflammaatory condition. ...Read more
Is GERD curable, or is it something that we all eventually get with age? Does eating spicy food make you get GERD at a younger age?
Can be, no, maybe: Gastroesoph reflux, backflow of stomach contents, is worsened by large meals, fatty/fried/greasy foods, alcohol, coffee, tobacco, lying down after eating, bending over after meals, exercise, tight garments, peppermint, chamomile, overweight. Can be "cured" in some if above "lifestyle" issues addressed. We don't all get with age. Young people can get it, esp if "spicy" is e.g. Pepp pizza/beer. ...Read more
Having GERD, feels like food is stuck in the food pipe while eating and feels will suffocated this makes me panic, what should I do?
I do have GERD. Over the past week and 1/2 been eating lots of salads. 2 times a day. Can that change the smell of a bm? It smellls like sulfur.
Cabbage family: Plant material from the cabbage family, cruciferous vegetables, while good for you, can produce the symptoms you are experiencing. ...Read more
Yes, get evaluated: Nausea may be gi-related (food poisoning, peptic disease, gastroparesis, due to biliary ; pancreatic disease, gas/bloat syndrome, small bowel problems). Consider "central" causes: motion sickness, vertigo, migraine headache, brain problems (some very serious). Also, rule out infection (? Urinary tract), medication side effects, pregnancy, ; even reaction to stress. Find ; treat the cause--see doc. ...Read more
Trying to introduce bland foods back after a week without eating from GERD and Gastritis. Still get nauseated & feeling off. Appt W/PCP 2 weeks.
Nausea GERD: Suggest you give your PCP a call today due to lack of improvent ...Read more
Hi. I have a problem breathing while eating my oxygen level is 99 could this be GERD if so what can I do to fix this breathing problem while eating?
Dysphagia: You may have some abnormality in swallowing mechanism. If there is such a problem you are at risk of swallowing the food into the lungs and cause mayor problems. Go and see a dr. ...Read more
My head hurts for the past 3days. I havnt been eating cuz my GERD is back. Does my head hurt cuz of that or cuz I bit my tung n it got infected alil?
Why do you feel breathless after eating when you have gerd? And why does it usually attacking at night?
Maybe LPR: Exposure of vocal cords to stomach acid ; pepsin results in inflammation of the vocal cords (due to acid regurgitation). Acute laryngitis may result, but watch out for chronic hoarseness, throat clearing, airway spasms, bronchitis, an asthma-type presentation, and even a higher risk of throat cancer. Laying down at night often promotes reflux. Check prior healthtap answers 4relief, but see doctor. ...Read more