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What cures chest pain due to acid?

What cures chest pain due to acid?

Gerd treatment: Chest pain due to acid needs to be treated in many ways. Your eating habits need to be addressed: how much you eat, when you eat, what you eat. There are medications that can reduce the amount of acid or counteract the acid. Sleeping habits need to be addressed. This is complicated and you should see a gastroenterologist about gastro-esophageal reflux disease. ...Read more

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Lactic Acidosis (Definition)

Lactic acidosis is the buildup of lactic acid in the blood, either from an increase in the body's production or the kidney being unable to remove lactic acid effectively. The most common causes are intense exercise (increased production of lactic acid) or kidney failure (unable to effectively remove lactic acid from blood). Other causes include blood infections (sepsis) and inability to ...Read more


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Taking magnesium citrate for post-op functional constipation, which causes severe rectal, pelvic &lower abd pain w/non-stopping watery diarrhea lasting for several hours. How to slow down an episode?

Taking magnesium citrate for post-op functional constipation, which causes  severe rectal, pelvic &lower abd pain w/non-stopping watery diarrhea lasting for several hours. How to slow down an episode?

Depends: First you need to be sure the functional problems you are having are not related to complications related to the previous surgery (lar) you mentioned in your previous posts ie anastomotic problem or infectious problem. If not agree with above answers stop the mgcitrate let your body reequilibrate to your new anatomy naturally with time and high fiber diet. ...Read more

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What are the treatment and or medication normally used to treat chronic appendix[ symptoms are ongoing pain, mild dihorrea, loss of appetite, unwell]?

Appendicitis: Appendicitis is typically treated with surgery. If it is severe antibiotics may be used. Pain medications can also be used. Chronic appendix pain may actually arrise from the gallbladder which should be looked at with an ultrasound. Any other questions? I am happy to consult. ...Read more

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I have GERD & IBS w/severe chronic constipation. What is the best Rx for GERD without increasing constipation and inducing other side effects?

I have GERD & IBS w/severe chronic constipation. What is the best Rx for GERD without increasing constipation and inducing other side effects?

GERD: all of the medications have some side effects, usually mild. I would probably recommend starting with Omeprazole over the counter. I would be glad to advise by consult if further help is needed ...Read more

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High bun 63/cr 2.2 with chf patient. Can urinary retention cause it? Burning in urination and abdominal pain feels better with food. Discontinued ssri, can gabapentin cause it? How to detect bladder issues, and is it safe to take uristat in chf/ckd?

High bun 63/cr 2.2 with chf patient. Can urinary retention cause it? Burning in urination and abdominal pain feels better with food. Discontinued ssri, can gabapentin cause it? How to detect bladder issues, and is it safe to take uristat in chf/ckd?

Renal Disease: BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) and Cr (Creatinine) are blood markers used to measure kidney function. The values presented are indicative of poor kidney function and need further evaluation. Urinary retention is an abnormal finding that can lead to kidney disease. Further workup is needed to determine the cause of retention. You must exert caution with all medications. Do consult with your MD. ...Read more

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What can be done to manage chronic abdominal nerve pain besides pain meds? Can you get off pain meds in one month?

What can be done to manage chronic abdominal nerve pain besides pain meds? Can you get off pain meds in one month?

Some possibilities: Has the cause of the pain been found? Nerves can be pinched, in the back, but in soft tissues, between muscles, by a stitch (from surgery), by a scar, etc. A good osteopathic exam, in addition to your current therapy might be in order & might lead to non-medicinal treatment. You can get off pain meds, but the question is are you more functional on or off them? That's a very personal decision. ...Read more

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What is the best pain medication for bad pelvic pain due to ovarian cyst?

What is the best pain medication for bad pelvic pain due to ovarian cyst?

Ovarian cyst: There is no such thing as the best pain medication. Firstly the cyst should be evaluated fully. If surgical removal is not decided upon, then one can be placed on a pain medication . Usually the cyst causes pain based on hormone levels so pain medication should only be needed intermittently. The choice of medication is left up to your doctor. ...Read more

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Pleasedoctor help me to treat biliary gastritis,distal oesophagitis caused due to prolonged use of painkillers during periods.avg 8 meftal spas /month?

Pleasedoctor help me to treat biliary gastritis,distal oesophagitis caused due to prolonged use of painkillers during periods.avg 8 meftal spas /month?

Stop taking pakn : I would recommend you stop pain killers completely and see a doctor to be evaluated for your pain and at least get started on better medication to stop the pain from your menses such as birth control pills or an iud with progesterone in it. ...Read more

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What to expect of gastroparesis besides pain, constip, vomiting, dehydration, malnutrition? Also pleuritis? Home care sugg. Tired of hospitals.

What to expect of gastroparesis besides pain, constip, vomiting, dehydration, malnutrition? Also pleuritis? Home care sugg. Tired of hospitals.

Gastroparesis: First of all why do you have gastroparesis at this age ? Are you a diabetic? If so get sugar control, there are medicines you can try. Eat small frequent meals , keep food diary some type of food stays longer in the stomach. If have not seen a gastroenterologist. Get a GI consult ...Read more

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Could lithotripsy cause an existing gallstone to start causing moderate pain and nausea?

Could lithotripsy cause an existing gallstone to start causing moderate pain and nausea?

Well, yes.: Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health, but if stones are broken down to smaller sizes, they gottta go somewhere. in about 1 in THREE patients getting lithotrypsy for gallstones, they got this sort of complication. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22577805 ...Read more

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What are some treatments for chronic nausea due to congestive heart failure?

What are some treatments for chronic nausea due to congestive heart failure?

Treat the CHF, fully: CHF leads to poorly oxygenated organs, causing shortness of breath, less ability to do same activity as used to, many systemic sx such as fatigue, loss of appetite. Nausea, weakness. First. Doc must establish that something else isn't causing nausea (side effect of med, gastritis, reflux of acid), and rx that. But key is optimizing rx (right combo meds, low salt intake, mild exercise) of the chf. ...Read more

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Is steroid good treatment for generalized inflammation GI system and upper torso? I was fed aluminum compound by ER and causing burning pain.

Is steroid good treatment for generalized inflammation GI system and upper torso? I was fed aluminum compound by ER and causing burning pain.

Hospital food again?: Note to self: Brown Bag to ER from now on. You won't believe the stuff they try feeding my patients in the ER! So, please explain what you mean by "was fed an aluminum compound." I'm sure that's not a common item on the lunch menu for patients. Saying YAY or NAY to steroids for anything requires a good diagnosis. Therefore, need more info. as a start. Also, "upper torso" is not a body system. ...Read more

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Diagnosed with primary bilary cirrhosis and take ursodial and milk thistle, no itching or pain. What pain medication can I take for headache.

Aspirin: The safest drug for pain in your conditin is aspirin. Most drugs go directly to the liver to be metabolized. I would hestate to take narcotics of any type since that is so. ...Read more

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Can you tell me treatments for chronic nausea due to congestive heart failure?

Can you tell me treatments for chronic nausea due to congestive heart failure?

D/W doctor.: Please discuss with your physician before trying any alternative solutions. Probably the simplest way to reduce nausea is with ginger. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organ ginger & steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. ...Read more

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Asking for general knowledge: can chronic pain that doesn't respond well to conservative tx result in increased blood pressure? TY

Asking for general knowledge: can chronic pain that doesn't respond well to conservative tx result in increased blood pressure? TY

Yes: Pain, both acute and chronic, can increase blood pressure. However, the relationship is a bit complicated, as those with high blood pressure seem to be less sensitive to pain. But many people with high blood pressure have chronic pain. See http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1524-6175.2003.02830.x/full for details. ...Read more

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Is there any permanent cure for neuromuscular pain and muscle spasm in chest and back? Which is better - drugs or physiotherapy?

Is there any permanent cure for neuromuscular pain and muscle spasm in chest and back? Which is better - drugs or physiotherapy?

See below: Neuromuscular pain and muscle spasm are symptoms and do not describe the cause, therefore it is not possible for me to advise about "cures". You should see a doctor to determine the cause of these symptoms if possible. ...Read more

Acidosis (Definition)

Normally our body chemistry is kept in a narrow range, and in particular the amount of acid in the body is kept within a narrow range. The amount of acid is measured by a value called the ph. It is normally a value between 7.35 and 7.45, values below 7.35 are considered to be "acidotic" a patient with this value of the blood chemistry ...Read more


Dr. Barry Rosen
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Abdominal Pain (Definition)

Abdominal pain = discomfort of structures ...Read more