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Taking Mdma And Getting Heart Burn
Sometimes when I get nervous I get acid reflux or heart burn. How can I treat this and prevent it in the future?
Prilosec (omeprazole): Mental anguish shown to be associated with increased gastric acid secretion. If you are going to sleep with a good deal of mental stress take an acid reducer at least an hour before and this may help. Omeprazole is the generic of Prilosec. If this happens frequently, get Magnesium Oxide as a supplement & take 250mgs a few times a week, providing your kidney funct is NL (serum BUN & Creatinine) ...Read more
How long does it take for 2000mg of flagyl to get out of your system? The side effects are me feel horrible. I have really bad heart burn dizzyandsic
Metronidazole dose: You took quite a large dose of metronidazole, so the side effects are magnified. Luckily the half-life of the drug is 8 hrs or so, so it should be clearing out of your system in a day or slightly longer... (in 8 hours, half of the drug will be gone, then in 16 hours half of that...so soon it will be gone). You should tell your doctor about it, so they know next time when trying to treat you. ...Read more
From time to time I get bouts of heart burn or acid reflux which makes paired with this I've vomited a motor oil like substance brown/black in color.
Possible hematemesis: Brown, black vomitus could be blood. You need a workup and evaluation. ...Read more
Minutes after taking 5 mg amlodipine at 7 pm, I get mild chest tightness and discomfort. Do all CCB medicines cause heart burn/ gerd?
Not suppose to: It is not common to have these reactions with amlodipine. Either u may want to change the drug or see md! ...Read more
For acid reflux can you overdose by taking Nexium (esomeprazole) 40mg 4 or 5 times a day I have heart burn and only get temporary relief by taking Tums and Nexium (esomeprazole)
I get episodes of burning in my chest, back, and in both arm pits. My heart and gall bladder check out as normal. Is this likely heartburn?
Possible: Try to see if the burning related to specific food intake. See gastroenterologist if can't find a connection to anything. ...Read more
Since 6th grade I get episodes of horible lower back pain I now also get horrible heart burn, and hypoglycemic episodes. Could this be my panecrious?
What can pain in your right chest mean? I get dizzy and light-headed with it. It's not heart burn!
Get it looked at: Remember that right chest pain and young age doesn't rule out angina so let your doctor check. On the less severe side it could be lung related, acid reflux, constipation gall bladder spasm, muscle spasm, endometriosis, your doctor can ask more questions examine you and order more tests to clear the picture up. ...Read more
I have hiatal hernia 4cm an grade reflux A! some dr says get surgery some not because I never have heart burn! I am confused what to do! Please help me!
Benefit vs. Risk: How'd you even know that you have a HH & then get so much info? Did you ever have symptoms like heartburn, nausea, vomiting, stomach bleeding / ulcers? While 4 cm is a generous size, if you're not having symptoms, then weigh any (future) benefit of surgery with the risks of surgery (anesthesia, bleeding, infection, complications) which go up with age. Talk to the doc who knows you best. Good luck! ...Read more
The doctor said 2g fish oil can cause heart burn, but does eating enough salmon (to get 2g fish oil) cause the same amount of heart burn?
I get bad rib pains in my lower ribs mostly my right rib cage and it hurts to breathe in and also I get serve heart pains but not heart burn, why?
Heart pain: Please go to the nearest Emergency facility as soon as possible. ...Read more
Having a burning pain in the middle of my belly under my rite rib cage I keep heart burn most every am when I get up I can't sleep on my rt side 4pain?
This pain is likely coming from your stomach or duodenum. Causes include ulcer, less damage than ulcer, drinking soda, too much stress, too much alcohol, etc. Best nutritional treatment is glucosamine powder 4x/day by mouth. Suggest seeing GI specialist if symptoms continue.
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How common does heart burn cause esophageal cancer? I'm worried about it cause I get acid reflux a lot. How often can I take Zantac (ranitidine) 300mg will it cure
Rare: The majority of esophageal Ca's are in the cardioesophageal junction where stomach meets esophagus. This tumor is induced by h. pylori. This organism induces ulcers in mucosa which is repaired by influx of bone marrow stem cells. The helicobacter toxin then converts the stem cells to the malignant form which grows as a cancer. ...Read more
What is acid reflux? I have been diagnosed with acid reflux but rarely get heart burn. If I eat too much chili, spaghetti, or pizza, hours later I will have rythmic pain just under my rib cage that get progressively stronger and then I vomit 4 or 5 times.
This occurs because your stomach produces excess acid in response to certain foods. This can cause pain, bloating, and a burning feeling in stomach, chest, and esophagus. Associated belching and even vomiting can occur. The vomiting is your bodies way of trying to clear the excess acid when it backs up into the throat. On the other hand, there are other issues that could be going on (hiatal hernia, esophagitis, etc.) it is a good idea to request an endoscopy, which is a test where a camera is used to visualize your upper GI (gastrointestinal tract).
This will give your doctors more information in able to formulate an appropriate treatment plan.
All the best to you. ...Read more
I have mild IBS and an hour ago I ate a large dinner and ate it too fast and my stomach is cramping and a little heart burn, how do I get better?
Have patience.: As uncomfortable as this may feel right now, it should improve in short order, and may just be related to the ingestion of that meal as opposed to the IBS history. Give it a little time, and you should be fine. If, however, you start to throw up or have diarrhea, then you may want to see a local doctor. ...Read more
With no h. Pylori infection, is it likely to get heart burn if I take over 1g of fish oil per day? Can I take it with a glass of diet strawberry soda?
If I have GERD or gastric ulcer, does the heart-burn get worse if I try to sleep flat on my back in supine rather than standing up?
I have dizziness, hot and cold flashes, blurred vision, migraines, fatigue, and constant exhaustion no matter how much sleep I get. Also heart burn.
See neurologist but: I suspect that you all also suffering from anxiety-depression. ...Read more
I get burning sensation in the middle of the breast bone area under the rib cage when I drink or eat certain things. Heart burn or stomach ulcer?
Several things: This should be evaluated by your primary doctor (and possibly gastroenterologist). This could be ulcer, viral infection, fungal infection, bacterial infection, or allergic inflammation. Your doctor may just start you on medications or may decide you need to have an endoscopy (where a camera is placed into your mouth and down into your stomach). ...Read more
May feel the same: Heart burn is a misnomer and has nothing to do with the heart except it can mimic angina. Angina is pain or discomfort that occurs because of inadequate circulation in the heart. Classic symptoms can usually be distinguished but most people need tests to tell them apart, at least early on until they know what they have. You should see your doctor! ...Read more
Define isosorbide monotrite usage, dosage. Any issue if it is taken for long time. Would it cause heart burn.
I have a burning feeling in the left side of my chest near my heart, doesn't feel like heartburn. Comes and goes. What could this be?
Thanks for asking!: Call 911 or go to the ER. This is serious. ...Read more
More info: Chest pain can be caused by many things, more specific information would help to narrow down the likely suspects. Heartburn is a term often used to describe indigestion, acid reflux, or just gi-related pain in the lower chest/upper abdomen area. 'burning' is a more common phrase patients use for this pain rather than 'stabbing', which can often be more consistent with pleurisy or chest wall pain. ...Read more
See full answer: In brief, it is known that significant reflux and regurgitation of stomach contents can kick off and exacerbate an asthma attack. You need to get better control of your reflux if that is what it is. I would suggest to you that reflux is a structural disease and that surgery in the right setting by the right surgeon will offer much better control than medications. ...Read more