Last few days woken up at same time with racing heart. Some stomach issues and a sore throat. But no fever, blood pressure is normal. Any ideas?

Racing heart/sore th. Could be reflux/gastritis. Elevate head of bed (pillow under matress); try ranitidine and prevecid (as you are) avoid alcohol caffeine, energy drinks, soda spicy foods smoking all worsen reflux. Check for h pylori a bacteria that can cause gastritis.Check thyroid ,hyperactive can worsens reflux. Check gallbladder. Keep food diary-food inolerances (milk, gluten soy)can worsen F/u w/ doc/allergist.

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