that is eaten causing heartburn (have had heartburn since high school) then taking 30mg adderall xr capsules ..., and did an hours or so after this. I had heartburn afterwards, For the days before, 3 or 4 maybe I had ...
Heartburn is the symptom of a condition called gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, in which acid ... into the oesophagus causing a burning sensation. What contributes to a heartburn? * Fatty and spicy foods delay ...
Hi Folks..... We all have acid in our stomach, which is needed to digest food. Heartburn occurs ... with heartburn. Heartburn is caused your stomach acids reacting to the foods you eat. Foods that may trigger ...
an hour. This started after I had a sudden attack of heartburn. I tried to do an internet search but I can ... don t think its a heart attack. Can heartburn cause all these other symptoms? This happened right ...
heartburn could be the symptom of acid peptic disease, which could be increased acidity, acid reflux of stomach ulcer.
Is it safe for pregnant women to take Gaviscon for relief of heartburn?
Hi,Welcome to Health care magic forum.
Gaviscon contains algenic acid and carbonate,and it is not absorbed,so you can use it.
I advise you to consult a gastroenterologist for diagnosis and treatment of peptic ulcer,that is the cause.
Avoid taking spices, junk foods, and oily foods.Also avoid untimely foods.
I been having light bleeding and heartburn is it because I am becoming to pregnancy
can you give me some tips or side effects for pregnant thanks
Are you pregnant ?
Bleeding in pregnancy needs an ultrasound to check if the baby is alright.
Heartburn is managed by dietary modifications and antacid tablets.
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