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Suffering with GERD, have visible churning in stomach on eating, taking Zantax. What is the cause?

I have GERD ... I m 35 and weigh 180lbs.. I m 5 5 ... I ve been taking Zantac for about 2 weeks now and still is having problems. I am not noticing that after I eat, I can visibly see my stomach churning or doing something and I can surely feel it.. It feels like it felt when I was pregnant.. even though I know for sure I m not.. What is that?
Asked On : Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
are you sure you have GERD?
has an enoscopy/ OGDscopy been done?
if yes, was there any gastic obstruction?
GERD alone won't produce visible peristalsis/ churning movements. the has to be stomach outlet obstruction or things like that.
I think you should tell me about it in details or get evaluated to rule out other causes.
Good luck and pl. keep me posted. continue Zinetac and Gelusil-MPS tablets 3 times a day till then.
Answered: Wed, 18 Jul 2012
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