My partner drank apple cider vinegar it gave him chest pain what other problems can it cause?

Minimal. The acid in the vinegar will cause pain in the esophagus and stomach, but shouldn't do permanent damage. Other problems can arise if you drink it on an ongoing basis.

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I have had my gallbladder removed and a scope that discovered a hiatal hernia. I started taking apple cider vinegar. Terrible stomach and chest pain?

Reflux . The hiatus hernia may be causing reflux of stomach acid into your espohagus. Vinegar will not help- it is a mild organic acid. You may benefit from over the counter ppi like pepcid- 20mg am/pm for at least 1 week and if not improved, seek prompt medical examination. Read more...
Stop the Home remedy. Did a physician prescribe this unusual treatment for your hiatal hernia? Did they prescribe any treatment for your hiatal hernia? Please stop the vinegar treatment. It is a myth and not a real option to treat your medical problem. Read more...

Hi will drinking apple cider vinegar affect my baby when she breast feeds?

No problem. Your bodily homeostasis activity, which normalizes internal fluids, should handle this easily and your breast milk will not be affected. Read more...

I have been experiencing dryiness in the vagina during sex, last week I started drinking apple cider vinegar could this be the problem?

Unrelated. drinking apple cider vinegar should have no effect on your vagina. If you are having dry vaginal intercourse, you might want to try a new kind of water based or silicone lubricant. You may also want to discuss your condition with your partner in order to better accommodate your sexual concerns.hope that helps and good luck. Read more...

I have ringworm on my chest. I applied apple cider vinegar and it turned the rash from red to brown in one application. Is this normal?

Use an antifungal! Ringworm is not a worm but a rash caused by a fungus. It can frequently be treated by an OTC med such as Lotrimin-AF(antifungal). If that doesn't work see your doc. Read more...