Itchy throat (a little) ears itching, heart burn and some regurgitation, question is can heartburn cause itchy ears?

Not often. Laryngopharyngeal reflux can cause ear symptoms, usually one sided pain or pressure. Itching is not common although possible. Avoid qtip use and see someone who can look in the ears and rule out an otitis externa or eczema.

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I open my bowel every day and I have itchy throat and dry cough for a month now. Are they related? On omeprazole 20mg. No heart burn query reflux.

Maybe. Omeprazole can cause diarrhea. Dry cough and itching throat sound allergic. One can be allergic to anything, including omeprazole. Are you on an ACE-inhibitor (usually used for BP)? because those are typical symptoms they cause. Heart burn is the symptom reflux causes and you don't have it - because omeprazole is very good treatment for it! Read more...

I have a bitter taste in mouth from throat, but no heart burn, but feel mild head ache sometimes.

Could be reflux. Even though you don't recognize "heartburn" the taste in your mouth that you sense as coming up from the throat may actually be a sign of some degree of reflux or regurgitation. Headaches may or may not be related to this problem. Are these symptoms the reason you are on the medication listed or are those for some other cause? Read more...
Still may be reflux. The bitter taste can still be acid reflux even without any symptoms of heartburn. Try using ranitidine (zantac) or omeprazole (prilosec) OTC for 1-2 weeks. If it doesn't resolve, see your doctor. Read more...

Sometimes I feel like a really bad burning sensation from my chest upto my throat? Is this heart burn? Someone told me 'gerd' what's that?

Yes is GERD. Most probably the symptoms worse at night while lying down and you may wake up coughing. Need to identify food that worse symptoms. Common ones: coffee, sodas, acid fruits and juices, smoking, tomatoes, spice foods etc. Go to reflux.Org; avoid large meal specially before going to bed. Loose weigh if overweight; do not drink; avoid tight cloths. If continue with symptoms see your doctor. Read more...

I've had hoarseness and frequent throat clearing for years. Always thought it was post nasal drip but lately developed heart burn. Likely gerd related?

Possible. Or rather LPR, laryngopharyngeal reflux, that's when the stomach acid reaches the throat in GERD. Kindly ask your doctor to refer you to an ENT specialist who would examine your upper airways too for the possible post nasal drip as well, you may need treatment for both conditions, LPR can be controlled when GERD is controlled, good luck. Read more...

On off pain/annoyance on my right side 4 inches my collar bone. Experiencing GERD and heart burn, some food regurgitation. Is that causing the pain?

Its possible. GERD and esophogeal spasm can cause referred pain to the chest/trunk/back, and possibly the clavicular area. If it goes away on it's own, don't worry about it. If it persists, get it checked out. Read more...

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...

Frequent soft stool, sensitive stomach to certain foods, bad smelling farts, heart burn, irritated itchy bum hole?

Ibs ibd celiacs. See your doctor,,need to diff btw this being irritable bowel vs crohns vs celiacs, vs simply eating foods with too many artificial glucose molecules to give you faulse ideation of glutean sensitivity,which it isnt most of the time. Read more...