What can you do for heart burns?

Tums (calcium carbonate) vs Prilosec . There are many choices. If it is the occasional heartburn then some might take Tums (calcium carbonate) as needed. If you get it regularly, you may want to try something like omeprazole/prilosec once daily. This should help. If it persists, see your doctor.
Prilosec OTC. . Try otc omeprazole. If no help in 2 weeks, see your doc.

Related Questions

Why do beans give me heart burns?

Heartburn. Heartburn triggers are different for everyone but some foods are frequent offenders. Things that stimulate the esophagus to relax and let food and stomach acid into your esophagus cause heartburn. The list is long but includes alcohol, meat, fried foods, licorice, fruit juices, milk, ice cream or sour cream, and for you beans. Not eating just before going to bed and eat smaller portions can help. Read more...

I sometimes have heart burns after sex?

Less food. Try to have only a small meal before sex. Too full a stomach may be causing the heartburn. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Read more...
GERD. You probably have gastro esophageal reflux, also have to be cautious about physical exertion induced by chestpain/burn should be evaluated for cardiac origin too. Read more...

Are drinking sprites good are bad for heart burns?

Good question. At least its caffeine free- It contains Carbonated water, sugar, citric acid, malic acid, acidity regulator (sodium gluconate), natural lemon-lime flavourings, sweetener (steviol glycosides). Caffeine free. I think I would go for seltzer without all the additives if you are concerned about heartburn. By the way- does it make your heartburn worse? Read more...

How do I reduce the risk of heart burns and heart attacks?

Heart attack. Early heart attack does 'run in families' this is one of the risk factors. We use this as an indicator that the patient should be aggressive in controlling all the risk factors like lipids, smoking, bp, diabetes, gout, exercise that they can. Most people can't change their parents. Lots of us have that same risk(me too), . Read more...

Does havin heart burns means that ur baby will have lots of hair?

Myths. Nope. Not in any way. This would be a false myth with absolutely no truth to it. Read more...
Heartburn . Is a burning sensation in your chest. It is a common condition and no cause for alarm. You may find heartburn relief by balancing your diet, eliminating triggers and not smoking. With regards to "ur baby will have lots of hair" is one of the many myths and superstitions that obviously has no scientific basis. Respectfully. Read more...

I usually have chest pain and heart burns at the same time please what can I use to stop it and also what is the cause?

See MD. start with a careful history and physical from your MD and follow your doctor's advice. Good luck! Read more...
Possible GERD. This may be caused by reflux, for GERD. If this is the etiology, then taking a liquid antacid should make the discomfort disappear within 5-10 minutes. If this does not relieve the pain, then I would suggest seeing your health care provider for exam. Read more...
Get checked . At your age this is all likely heartburn from acid reflux. You can start by decreasing the amount of acidity foods you eat or sodas you drink as well as trying some over the counter treatments (like ranitidine) but this warrants talking with your provider. . Read more...