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Burping problem, feel dizzy, hurting throat, chocking of food, chest and arms hurt, breathlessness. Causes and advise?

this has been happening for awhile, but i always seem to spit my food, or drinks back up, kinda like burping it. sometimes i can feel a little dizzy, but recently my throat started hurting, n had really bad chest pain and can feelthe food going down my throat, and water or coke going all the way down, also felt like i could choke on my food, and my ears are also stoped up, sometimes my left chest and upper arm to elbow hurts, at night sometimes while sleeping i wake up all a sudden and feel like i cant breathe , or like my mouth went dry and no saliva
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Hi, thanks for using HCM.

first you should get ECG to see for heart problem, which is more concerning.
Most probable cause for your symptoms are gastric reflux. Acid reducing medications do help to reduce your symptom.

Answered: Thu, 27 Mar 2014
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