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Hi my 6 month old baby is regurgitating clear liquid. This is new. I am used to the milk regurgitating but clear liquid ? What could this be ?

Hi my 6 month old baby is regurgitating clear liquid.  This is new. I am used to the milk regurgitating but clear liquid ?  What could this be ?

Mgt: A virtual consult may help to determine a cause. This could be a sign of reflux. Is he otherwise healty/,growing well? Was there a history of prematurity? Are there any respiratory symptoms? Feeding at an angle and thickening feeds may alleviate the regurgitation. ...Read more

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I have errosive esophagus,day 5 protnix still regurgitating "liquid" not really burning..does this let my esophagus heal? or does it stop it???

I have errosive esophagus,day 5 protnix still regurgitating "liquid" not really burning..does this let my esophagus heal?  or does it stop it???

Yes: This treatment is usually effective but may take a few weeks to fully heal. I think it's also important to abstain from alcohol,heavy caffeine intake, nicotine and irritating compounds like aspirins and nsaids like Advil and Aleve (naproxen). Of course a gastroenterologist is best qualified to treat,advise and follow-up for you. ...Read more

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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?

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. ...Read more

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I've been taking liquid advil for a couple weeks and having increased reflux with regurgitation. Can advil cause reflux or aggravate it? Substitute?

I've been taking liquid advil for a couple weeks and having increased reflux with regurgitation. Can advil cause reflux or aggravate it? Substitute?

Yes it does : NSAIDS such as Advil will,cause GAstric irritation leading to reflux. You should stop Advil and start turmeric tablets 450mg (with pepper for absorption) using 3 daily. Trying to add stomach protectors creates more problems ...Read more

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Belching always brings up a liquid but it doesn't burn my throat. Is it possible to regurgitate mucus? Can anxiety or other conditions cause this?

Belching always brings up a liquid but it doesn't burn my throat. Is it possible to regurgitate mucus? Can anxiety or other conditions cause this?

Common: Belching is nothing but bringing out excess air/gas from stomach to mouth, if your stomach is full, some liquid will come out along with it. It is usually not psychogenic. ...Read more

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Can you have acid regurgitate without heart burn with GERD flare up. No signs of a cold, just bringing up white sour phlegm. Diagnosed with GERD 4 years ago, tried Nexium but never helped. Reflux left on its own. Now had anxiety, got pantazol?

Can you have acid regurgitate without heart burn with GERD flare up. No signs of a cold, just bringing up white sour phlegm. Diagnosed with GERD 4 years ago, tried Nexium but never helped. Reflux left on its own. Now had anxiety, got pantazol?

Yes you can...: You can definitely have acid reflux or regurgitation without heartburn symptoms. Medications like Nexium (esomeprazole) may or may not work depending on the strength and frequency that you are taking. Certain foods can cause these symptoms (i.e. caffeine, spicy foods, fatty foods, large meals, alcohol) as well as smoking tobacco. The other issue may be a hiatal hernia which you may discuss with your primary doc ...Read more

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I've been experiencing really painful, nauseating, hunger pangs. Without food, i will vomit a sour, yellow liquid. More often in am. I eat regularly.

I've been experiencing really painful, nauseating, hunger pangs. Without food, i will vomit a sour, yellow liquid. More often in am. I eat regularly.

Interesting...: Btw no chance you are pregnant? Ar you sexually active, are on the pill? If any suspicion of this possibility take a pregnancy test asap. If that is ruled out see you physician. Has your mother had gall bladder problems? This could be something of the kind. Are you a drinker? Go see an md! ...Read more

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Every time I eat or drink something I throw it up within twenty minutes. I throw up three times more than I ate/drank it's a sour yellow liquid.

Every time I eat or drink something I throw it up within twenty minutes. I throw up three times more than I ate/drank it's a sour yellow liquid.

You are sick!: And if you can't keep anything down you will get dehydrated and even sicker. Can you even swallow water with a motion sickness pill such as meclizine and keep it down? If so you might begin to be able to drink ginger ale, salty broth, or rehydration solutions. If not, you need to be seen to get the nausea under control and find out if anything serious is going on. Good luck! ...Read more

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What is my sickness i feel like I am really sour like if I have felt of a mountain I have really bad fevers and I have mucus in my lungs i can't really taste anything i eat i feel like vomiting every time i eat I have transparent liquids dripping out of

What is my sickness i feel like I am really sour like if I have felt of a mountain I have really bad fevers and I have mucus in my lungs i can't really taste anything i eat i feel like vomiting every time i eat  I have transparent liquids dripping out of

Hello : Hello i can't diagnose your condition. You may have a viral upper respiratory infection. This is suggested by fever, cough, headache and sore throat. If you temp reaches 104 or more, you should be medically evaluated or if your fevers last more than a week. You can take an non-steroidal anti-inflammatory to help reduce your fever and to help your headaches and general soreness. If you have predominantly sore throat; you should get a streph throat test. In the mean time consider gargling with warm salt water several times a day. Hydrate really well with water so that you can keep the mucus moist, so that it can be coughed out. If you develop difficulty breathing you should get medical care. ...Read more