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Posted on Mon, 18 May 2015
Question: I am a patient of parkinsonism for the last 20 years. Of late, I am having serious problem in burping after food-intake even in small quantity. It has been causing acute distress due to unbearable physical discomfort. I have tried usual antacids which are of no avail. I am 74 years old and suffer from hypertension and diabetes besides Parkinson's disease. Please help. Dr. G. XXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX MD.
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Answered by Dr. Prasanna Heijebu (3 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Tab Nexpro fast and dietary management will help.

Detailed Answer:
Hi Mam.

I understand your concern.


Parkinson's disease is known to affect the gut nerves and musculature causing this symptom complex of acid reflux disease.

This should be treated with drugs like Nexprofast 40 mg once a day for 21 days before breakfast at 7 am daily under expert medical prescription.

This drug is known to effectively control the symptoms.

I also recommend you to refrain from the use of mucane and digiplex.

Additionally I advise you the following dietary tips.

Certain foods are more likely to trigger reflux; avoiding these foods can help. Foods that can trigger reflux include alcohol, tomatoes, citrus fruits, caffeine, chocolate, and peppermint.

Large meals can also lead to bloating and reflux, because the stomach needs more time to process a lot of food. Hence avoid them.

Elevate your head end of the bed by 30 degrees.

Avoid fried and fatty food stuff.

Post your further queries if any.

Thank you.




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Brief Answer: Tab Nexpro fast and dietary management will help. Detailed Answer: Hi Mam. I understand your concern. Parkinson's disease is known to affect the gut nerves and musculature causing this symptom complex of acid reflux disease. This should be treated with drugs like Nexprofast 40 mg once a day for 21 days before breakfast at 7 am daily under expert medical prescription. This drug is known to effectively control the symptoms. I also recommend you to refrain from the use of mucane and digiplex. Additionally I advise you the following dietary tips. Certain foods are more likely to trigger reflux; avoiding these foods can help. Foods that can trigger reflux include alcohol, tomatoes, citrus fruits, caffeine, chocolate, and peppermint. Large meals can also lead to bloating and reflux, because the stomach needs more time to process a lot of food. Hence avoid them. Elevate your head end of the bed by 30 degrees. Avoid fried and fatty food stuff. Post your further queries if any. Thank you.