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Acid coming to the throat, hot cheeks and head, pain in the back, numbness in the tongue. Reason?

I've have been feeling sick but getting to the point when I feel like I'm going to be sick but it's just acid coming up my throat and going back down. I also have very hot cheeks and head and have a pain in the middle of my back, I thought it was reflux but I took a tablet and now I'm still getting the hot cheeks and back pain but now my throat feels tight and feels like my tongue went numb?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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there is reflux oesophagitis
find the cause of acidity and treat according to cause
may be gall bladder ,liver,or other abdominal condition can be found out by ultrasound abdomen
and the throat problem can also cause this like sinuses causing post nasal drip
can be confirmed by xray pns waters view
till further you can take ppi cap empty stomach
and liquid antacids tds
and apply triamsolone locally on affecteed parts of mouth
non greesy nonoily and non spicy foods
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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