Gastric related problems - Online Doctor Chats
Doctor : hi
Doctor : how can i help u?
User : hi...
User : i have some gastric problems....
Doctor : For Health purposes please provide these: Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status,
User : normally it comes after every meal i take..
User : u there???
Doctor : please provide these: Age, Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status,
User : 24 Male s/w engg single
Doctor : k
Doctor : Do you smoke or chew tobacco/drink alcohol/Any illicit drugs/ betel nut chewing? If yes how much/how often and how long you have?
User : i do smoke often and drink socially...
Doctor : Do you have Allergies / Diabetes / Thyroid problem / High Blood pressure/Heart disease/ Asthma etc
User : nope....
Doctor : Have you taken/taking any medicines or had any consultation with a Doctor?
User : no...
Doctor : Heartburn is the symptom of a condition called gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, in which acid juice from the stomach returns into the oesophagus. This may lead to a harsh, burning sensation in the upper abdomen, moving through the chest and throat to the neck.
User : ok..
User : nay medicine for that...
User : yes thats the way i feel..
Doctor : What contributes to a heartburn?
Doctor : # Fatty and spicy foods delay stomach emptying leading to an increased tendency to reflux.
# Certain types of medications like ibuprofen.
# Excessive alcohol intake and smoking.
# Obesity, which may lead to an increased pressure in the abdominal cavity, causing the contents of the stomach to move back to the oesophagus.
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