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What should be the proper diet for gastro-esophageal reflux disease patients?

I have a gastric problem. I had been admitted last month for severe pain in my abdomen. Doctors says that it is because of high acidity. An endoscopy test shows patches in the oesophagus. Also, I have been advised to have less spicy and oily foods. My question is can I have chicken eggs with my lunch? Also, can I eat non-spicy non-vegetarian food? I have to take Ocid 20 mg twice in a day for three weeks. Please help me.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Sep 2009
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  I have ACCIDENTLY   happened  a puncher at  my esophagas  gastric  junction

due to a siver phsical action of my hand for pulling long rubber hose ,at that time  i feeled siver pain during  eating for several days. the pain reduced day by day  by applying local medecineas per the advice of a doctor.

But after 3months my chest pain reached the maximum ,cough,unable to even stand  or  walk  then it was cured   after  taking  a local injuction  from the near by Medical  college  at back side of my spinal code (  middle of shoulder)this is about 30 years ago- now i am having hart burn--& taking i am having geographic  mark on my toung . is it  asymptom of any other dises.(

Answered: Fri, 8 Jan 2010
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From the details you have provided, it appears the most likely you are suffering from gastro oesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or acid peptic disease. It is perfectly ok to take OCID to suppress the acidity part. Also take a less spicy and less oily food. You can have chicken and eggs but should avoid them being cooked in a fried oily manner.
Answered: Tue, 29 Sep 2009
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