Burning stomach? How to know when to call the doctor

In the last few weeks I have started to eat fish again and am trying to eat more protein. I was diagnosed with silent reflux after an endoscopy last month found my esophagus constricted and badly inflamed, even though I didn’t have any reflux symptoms.

1. Food poisoning

It’s possible that the two are related. Certain treatments may relieve symptoms for both.

I have LPR, straight up (oops, a pun). Am I low or high acid?. It seems GERD is pretty easily answered but LPR is quite different and never seems to be addressed, just glossed over. Your points are pretty generalized. Bloating, burping, all of it can be from something as simple as not chewing your food enough, which I would think sets the stage for healthy acid levels.

I can have an almost normal life most of the time, except after I take antibiotics. Then my problems become unmanageable. I get reflux and IBS symptoms all the time, my stomach won’t leave the food go and I get asthma (my peak flow readings fall from 650 to around 450). So yeah, for me antibiotics seem to be the cause. Tina, do you mix carbohydrates with protein?

Eat smaller meals and reduce your fat intake to curtail indigestion and keep your LES working as it should. Reflux and nausea can occur when your stomach is too empty, so try to eat smaller and more frequent meals. Indigestion, or heartburn, is another symptom of reflux and GERD that can contribute to nausea.

Hope I have not over stayed my welcome. To everyones good health. Hey I’ve been suffering with diarrhea and nauseau and upper stomach pain for the last year. Can’t seem to process fats or sugars.

2. Quality of food eaten

If your stomach pain is caused by NSAIDs, your doctor might recommend that you use an alternative pain-relieving medicine, such as acetaminophen (Tylenol). Your physician might ask about your symptoms and perform a physical exam or X-ray. In some cases, an endoscopy, a procedure that lets your doctor look inside your stomach with a tube and small camera, is done to find a cause.

In people who have a hiatal hernia, the upper part of the stomach pushes up through the hole in the diaphragm and into the chest cavity. As a result, the diaphragm can no longer help to close the entrance to the stomach.

My stomach was upset, I had more and more acid reflux and my nose turned red. I had to stop the hcl because it is chloride, and my seum chloride says 104. I don’t use any salt and live on a low chloride diet. I am a bloodtype A and those are usually people with low stomach acid.

If I eat corn it numbs my stomach n taste rotten.

I am suffering. I look like I could be 2 months pregnant due to bloating but I am not pregnant.

As part of trying to treat the cough I’ve taken Prilosec but it did nothing. Two Tums after I eat helps but I don’t want to take Tums all the time.

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Protein takes longer to digest and mixing fruit will ferment onto of meat. Eat smaller meals and chew your food, sit at the table, don’t stress because this suppresses your acid. Hope this helps.

Could this be from low stomach acid? I have not seen any posts from people who have the cough as a symptom. Thanks. 2 – The other thing i have is the reflux issue, except never any burning or pain in my throat.

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