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Chest congestion, breathlessness. Taken Esomeprazole and Domeperidone for hyperacidity. Allopathy reacted with homeopathy?

I have started with Homeopathic medicine last week for my hyperacidity ,during the process i had slight acidity like burning sensation in my stomach which got carried away to my throat .I thought to again start with Pan 40 ,which again aggravated my acidity I have taking these medicine since 5 days morning and evening before dinner but still no use.Later i went to a gastroentrologist ,he again prescribed me with Esomeprazole ,Domepridone, and Providac.I have started taking these medicine the burning sensation and loose motion have completely subsided but till i have a chest congestion and breathlessness .Please suggest me what should i do know.Iam just concern whether the allopathic is getting affected in my body (bcos of one week treatment from homeopathic ) As before if i took Pan40 even for one day my acidity gets over.
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Welcome to Healthcare Magic!
You have had symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease. The medications you have taken is for GERD .
Unless examined, it is difficult to say whether the chest congestion you mention is actually the chest discomfort due to GERD or due to respiratory issues.
Continue taking esomeprazole and domperidone for 4 weeks.
If chest congestion and shortness of breath persist , then you may need further evaluation with a chest xray.
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