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Hyperacidity medicines and cutting feeling in the throat - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   A doctor told me I have hyperacidity and I asked if I could take Prilosec OTC, that's the over-the-counter version of OMEPRAZOLE. He said yes. I do definitely feel like the symptoms that I started experiencing a month ago have alleviated a lot.....Most of the relief though came after I adjusted my eating habits. I've been taking the OMEPRAZOLE for a couple days now. This morning was my third dose. My question is this: Should it get rid of that feeling of something being stuck in my throat? Because sometimes I don't notice it there, and sometimes I still right now. Almost feels sharp like it's cutting into my throat. Like I said, this was just my third dose of the OMEPRAZOLE today. (As a side note, something interesting....I just ate half an hour ago, and right now I just kind of belched up water or a liquid or something...but seemed to have NO acidity to it at all).
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