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H pylori treated. Irritation in tongue and esophagus. Can it be due to reflux?

Just curious about cuts on back of tongue . Had h pylori 7 months ago and still don t feel 100% but stomach is feeling better. Feel like I have had ongoing irratated tongue and esophageous since, believe might be cut/s on very back of tongue. Two items I have not cut out but realize should coffee and beer. Can the tongue irratation and esophageous be caused by reflux .
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.
Reflux esophagitis may some times be associated with burning sensation in the retrosternal region. Yes you should cut down on coffee and beer for better health.

1. Do some exercises.....may be a walk.
2. Reduce stress.
3. Have your meal at the right time... do not miss break fast.
4. Avoid over eating and fatty foods.
5. Reduce spicy foods, coffee, tea etc.
6. Avoid drugs causing gastritis like pain killers
7. Relaxation exercises like Yoga, breathing exercise, listening to music, playing with children etc. would help.
8. Pray God.

Continue to ask further queries as required.
Hope this helps.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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