Heartburn and belching. Pain in middle of chest. Dizziness and weak feeling. Cardiac or Gerd? History of Gerd. But hight cholesterol and overweight.

Heartburn. and GERD. You need to see your doctor to be certain. If GERD, consider using a natural supplement called DGL. It is a form of licorice processed to remove the enzyme that can raise blood pressure when licorice is eaten for along time. It can work well when taken before a meal. Peace and good health.

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Thorough testing. You've had extensive testing, by a well respected clinic, for a condition that's rather uncommon in 26 year-old males. There's always more to the story, than the testing can answer. Visiting another physician, for a thorough history and physical exam and a second opinion, may help reassure any concerns. Read more...
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