I get heart burn every time I eat or drink. Would methidone be the cause?

Hard to say as. Gerd is very common...If it started with Methadone then that's probably the cause but either way it treatable ...Talk to your physician.

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What is acid reflux? I have been diagnosed with acid reflux but rarely get heart burn. If I eat too much chili, spaghetti, or pizza, hours later I will have rythmic pain just under my rib cage that get progressively stronger and then I vomit 4 or 5 times.

This . This occurs because your stomach produces excess acid in response to certain foods. This can cause pain, bloating, and a burning feeling in stomach, chest, and esophagus. Associated belching and even vomiting can occur. The vomiting is your bodies way of trying to clear the excess acid when it backs up into the throat. On the other hand, there are other issues that could be going on (hiatal hernia, esophagitis, etc.) it is a good idea to request an endoscopy, which is a test where a camera is used to visualize your upper GI (gastrointestinal tract). This will give your doctors more information in able to formulate an appropriate treatment plan. All the best to you. Read more...
Acid . Acid taste specialy when bending over or after meals, pain behind the sternum and many other symptoms are caused by acid reflex. Your symptoms can also be caused by gall bladder disease. Please visit your primary health care provider for appropriate evaluation (abdominal us , barium swallow, upper gi). Read more...

Why would I get heart burn from drinking water?

Not unusual . A drink of water is often given during an upper GI series to precipitate heartburn. It causes esophageal reflux (which is acid splattering from your stomach (which has protection) up into your vulnerable esophagus (which has no protection) causing spasm and pain. ). Read more...

I'd it bad to east and drink lactose when your lactose intolerant and does it cause heart burn if you consume it?

A little bit bad. Lactose is just milk sugar (is naturally in milk), and is digested in one's intestine. A lactose intolerant person can digest a little lactose at a time, so if she eats more than she can digest, then the bacteria that live in her intestines will digest the lactose. The result is gas, gurgling noises, some diarrhea, tummy aches, and sometimes even constipation. Heartburn may be from something else. Read more...

Define isosorbide monotrite usage, dosage. Any issue if it is taken for long time. Would it cause heart burn.

Slow titration . I will start 5 mg twice a day. Increased slowly follow by physician up to 40mg. More if approve by physician. It's s vasodilator and in theory could relax the lower esophageal sphincter causing gerd symptoms. Read more...

Due to survive heart burn can you get burning feet to is all this causr of heart burn?

No relation. These two types of conditions with the word "burn" in them have no coorelation. Read more...
No. Those are totally different things. Burning feet can be due to either neuropathy or a fungal infection. Heart burn is usually acid leakage from the stomach into the esophagus. Sometimes, it can be a fungal infection but this a completely different process from the foot fungal infection. Read more...
No . There is no connection between burning feet and heartburn. It is important to know exactly what you mean by heartburn. Usually it refers to indigestion or reflux. It can also be a heart symptom. You should discuss it with your doctor. Read more...