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Burning sensation in throat and chest, painful jaw line, nausea and vomiting. Is it related to food? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jun-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:since last 7 days I amhavining continuous burning sensation in my throat & chest
User:also chest pain and sometime pain in my jawline
User:pls advice
Doctor:Are these symptoms intermittent or persisting through out the day?
Doctor:Is it related to food intake?
Doctor:Do you also suffer from nausea, vomiting, etc?
User:no other symptoms am facing right now
User:only burning sensation & chest pain
User:its happening the entire day
Doctor:Is it related to food intake?
User:dont know...
User:i have normal food
Doctor:Let me brief you.
Doctor:Burning sensation in the chest and throat is clinically seen in a condition called GERD
Doctor:where the contents of the stomach and acid regurgitates into the food pipe and throat.
Doctor:Your symptoms perhaps could be related to GERD.
Doctor:You can try antacid syrups like Syp Mucaine Gel 1 tsp three times before food for 2 weeks.
User:and the pain in the jawline
Doctor:If symptoms persist, you will need proton pump inhibitors for more benefits.
Doctor:In the absence of other associated symptoms, I am unable to relate pain in the jaw line to any organic medical problem.
Doctor:I would recommend you to consult a doctor/dentist nearby for a clinical examination.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:No..i have not yet consulted any doctor
Doctor:I understand.
Doctor:You can try the antacid syrup along with few dietary changes such as
Doctor:1. Restricting spicy food, caffeine and other beverages
Doctor:2. Taking regular meals and sleeping regularly.
User:thank you for your suggestions
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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