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Heartburn

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

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Assuming that your sore throat is caused by acid reflux, I would advise that you consult your medical provider now. Not all cases of heartburn are...
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Have them test you for c-diff (clostridium difficile colitis), I contracted this after surgery symptoms sound very similar.
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Cialis can cause decreased tone of the LES in the distal esophagus predisposing to active GERD symptoms, particularly in patients whose systolic BP...
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Hi Itching is a side effect of this drug, and as you say it should subside once it starts to wear off, cant answer how long though.Good Luck
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No, it's not.Melatonin is a hormone made by a small gland in the brain. Melatonin helps regular your sleep-wake cycle. It is sold as a dietary...
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It could be your gallbladder. If you still have your gallbladder, speak to your physician about your symptoms. He should be able set you up with a...
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Ginger is a natural aid for the gastrointestinal tract, a deterrent against inflammation and nausea, and has been used for years to treat heartburn...
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Hi 4d, Yes, but have ever tried drinking some nice cold milk straight fron the fridge, works wonders for me, but if its really bad and its a nightly...
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I would get my gallbladder checked. 
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Corticosteroid injections commonly are given to relieve pain in the joints, such as the elbow or the neck. The medication works by reducing...
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No....heartburn does not cause or increase uric acid.
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Not sure about GERD but they suggest not drinking really cold drinks with IBS
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Hi Have a look on www.eartclnic,com its a great place for natural remedies, your have a great time looking round it all your answers to ACV.Good Luck
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Possible Kidney stones or kidney infection.  I would get it checked out.  See either your PCP or a urologist.
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Don't know much about the calcium stuff. But my doc put me on carafate, it helps heal all the ulcers created by the reflux. But it does wonders...
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