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#313277 05/14/07 08:52 AM
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What burns you up? What specifically gives you heartburn? Have you developed heartburn from any of the medications listed in �Weakening the LES with Medication�? When writing about heartburn, I would like to know where the majority of the risk factors are coming from when it comes to the public. Thanks!

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thanks....nice article


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I get heart burn with caffeine.

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Tomato sauce, onions, peppers, fatty/greasy foods all give me bad heartburn.
IBS irritants for me: any caffeine product, coffee, fatty/greasy foods, dairy, sugar.

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Acid Reflux,(heartburn) we all know what gives us Acid Reflux but do you know what the complications are?
Complications of acid reflux include narrowing of an area of the esophagus(peptic esophageal stricture)esophageal ulcer, and precancerous changes in the lining of the esophagus (Barrett's syndrome) Inflammation of the esophagus may cause pain during swallowing and bleeding that's usually slight but can be massive. Narrowing makes swallowing solid foods increasingly more difficult,Peptic esophageal ulcers are painful open sores of the esophageal lining The pain is usually behind the breastbone or just below it and can usually be relieved by antacids. Alcohol,Smoking, Soda, Spicy foods, Coffee, Chocolate, Medications, just a few that can trigger Acid Reflux.


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I love spicy food, I make a mean beef brisket that I put a dry rub on that can bring you to tears if you get too much of it but it sure clears our your sinuses. I also love buffalo wings, I love a nice chicken broth with tabasco in it when i'm getting a cold. LOVE LOVE LOVE hot chili...as long as I take my antiacid before hand I am good.

Without it, even the natural lemonade I drink to help my kidneys gives me heartburn.

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I eat a lot of garlic because it boosts the immune system but it does give me heartburn! For that I eat ginger and also peppermint capsules.

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When my blood sugar goes up I get heart burn bad!!! also if I eat pizza 8 hours before I go to bed it kills me all night long!!


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