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What Food Or Drinks Can Help Make My Heartburn Pain Go Away
30 y old. I ate a lot of fried food 2 days ago and I have GERD since yesterday. Do I need to take medicine?or I can eat or drink something to remove it?
Sometimes I burp after drinking cold water and the water starts to come back up. Also, has happened with food (both laying down and standing) GERD...?
I've lost 15lbs(218->203) since April end. Only changed my diet to more homemade food. LOW sugar &OIL/Fat, GOOD Curb, FIBER & protein, NO greasy/spicy food or drink outside. NO major fatigue. HB-14. Have GERD. Bowl regular. Is this WT loss Concerning?
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After fried food throat hurts feels like closing but I can still drink and breathe is this gerd? It's an awful feeling
Acid reflux: One potential cause is acid reflux which may be due to gerd but you should be seen by a GI doctor and have this checked. You may have helicobacter infection. The other consideration is that you are allergic to something in the food you are eating and that could be a life-threatening situation if not discovered soon. You really should see a doctor and be evaluated. Good luck. ...Read more
Is it normal to throw up stomach acid when you have GERD? No blood or food just, stomach acid. And what should I do drink water to wash it down?
Yes and yes: Sorry Sean. With gerd the stomach refluxes into the esophagus various amounts of gastric acid. Water will drain the acid back into the stomach. But water is not the fix you desire. You must first see your physician and he will guide you through the problem ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
20y old. Nausea after drinking water. Dysphagia, globus above sternum produces a stabbing pain. Food regurgitation at times. Acid in mouth. Gerd?
33 yr old male having stomach pain upper chest pain under both ribs on and off and pain after eating food or drinking for 2 weeks now isit gerd?
Is there any risk to bariatric surgery? Would I still be able to lift weights? Drink? Would GERD go away? Would it be recommended with IBS?
Yes, yes, no, no,and: No, but only in a general sense. All surgical procedures carry risk to different degrees in every patient. Consult with a bariatric specialist for specific considerations in your individual case. ...Read more
Gave up diet soda and have IBS and Gerd. Am
On 60 mg dexilant (dexlansoprazole). Can I get heartburn from drinking iced tea? And I take my pill at night.
GERD : Good for you for giving up diet sodas! It is possible to have worse reflux from iced tea, but it is usually from the caffeine in the tea. If you're drinking caffeine free tea, it usually does not make GERD worse. As for the DexIlant, (dexlansoprazole) is best to take it 20 to 30 minutes before a meal. I would not recommend taking it at bedtime. Good luck. ...Read more
I drink lots of tea and usually finish a large glass just before bed, then feel it in my throat a few times before falling asleep. NO heartburn. GERD?
Possibly: This sounds like reflux of the fluid you drank back into the esophagus. This can probably be managed by avoiding large volumes of fluid just before you lie down. Try to have your tea earlier, an hour or so before bedtime. Then only take small sips around bedtime if you are thirsty. ...Read more
Symptoms are belching after meals and bowel movements that don't feel complete, and indigestion after heavy drinking next morning. No heartburn. Gerd?
Don't binge drink: The cure for GI problems after binge drinking is not to binge drink. Is that so hard to figure out? ...Read more
How about a lot less: Alcohol (etoh) empties rapidly from the stomach. Alcohol dehydrogenase in the stomach lining contributes to etoh metabolism. Etoh can not be stored by the body & obligatory oxidation takes place predominantly in the liver. 1 gram etoh gives 7 empty calories that provide only energy with no nutritional value. Poor diet (protein-calorie, choline, folate (folic acid) deficiency) contributes to liver toxicity. ...Read more
GERD: With severe GERD, most people need to avoid fruit juices, caffeine, carbonation, and alcohol. There are decaffeinated teas and coffees's which some people are able to tolerate. There are also dairy products, particularly the low fat variety, which many people can tolerate. Although your choices are somewhat limited, you are not restricted completely just to water. Good luck. ...Read more
Is drinking caffeine free soda in moderation okay for a GERD sufferer or should I cut it out completely?
Everytime I eat or drink something, I feel like choking and chest feel tight while breathing. Are these GERD symptons?
Helps treat,not cure: Aloe juice is a wonderful natural treatment that can help to heal but is not a "cure" as to cure you need to address the underlying causes. See http://www.Naturalnews. Com/021858_aloe_vera_gel. Html for more on aloe and http://www.Naturalnews. Com/036336_ppis_acid_reflux_side_effects. Html and http://www.Gerd-diet. Com/gerd-treatment/ for info on approaches that will help to cure this problem! ...Read more