My WebMD Sign In, Sign Up

Heartburn

Also called: GERD, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Acid Reflux, Esophageal Reflux

Following Topic Unfollow Topic | 166 Following

 

Below is a list of questions with answers, relevant to the Topic you are interested in.

Q.
A.
Hi And Yes as it will never heal on its own, I would aim to get it done ASAPNOWHARD
Posted:
25 of 51 found this helpful
Q.
A.
no
Posted:
16 of 34 found this helpful
Q.
A.
I take a very high dose of Levothyroxine daily-have for some years- and have to say that I rarely suffer from heartburn, and when I do, I can...
Posted:
19 of 39 found this helpful
Q.
A.
I found the answer, finally!  It's because zantac is a histamine blocker also, that primarily works in the stomach and can work elsewhere...
Posted:
18 of 31 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Maybe you aren't eating more than what they think is normal, but if your stomach is smaller or has shrunk, then you might not be able to eat more...
Posted:
13 of 24 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi They are signs, but I would be better for you to see you doctor and get a test done there, also be examined.That would tell you a lot.Hope...
Posted:
12 of 24 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi Now seeing your full list, I would say yes to the menopause, but do get that blood test done.Good Luck
Posted:
12 of 24 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi Have you thought that you could be just a little bit pregnant?OK do go see your doctor, and get a test done there, and see what your doctor says...
Posted:
11 of 22 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Yes it can, I suffer from GERD, constant acid reflux.  If mine gets bad enough it can mimic a heart attack.  Very painful stuff.  If...
Posted:
19 of 35 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi When you pass stools are they clay coloured? if they are it could be gall stones, they may need flushing out, I had something like this earlier...
Posted:
9 of 17 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Reflux of gastric acid into the airways may occur in many patients with GERD. It's responsible for dry cough, night choking, and wheezes, that...
Posted:
12 of 24 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Stress can definitely be a contributing to your symptoms, but there may be other medical issues going on. It would be wise not to...
Posted:
11 of 21 found this helpful
Q.
A.
The PDR states that there is no effect on TSH or GH. It also does not state an interaction with your thyroid meds. All I could think of, would be a...
Posted:
11 of 22 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi, Some of you side effects are here in this link, please read all through it, well the parts that are for you. http://xpil.medicines.org.uk/ViewPil...
Posted:
9 of 18 found this helpful
Q.
A.
Hi You need to see a pulmonologist, or pulmonary disease specialist, is a physician who possesses specialized knowledge and skill in the...
Posted:
9 of 17 found this helpful