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The Reflux Thread: One stop shopping for all your reflux issues

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LinksEtc posted on 08/24/11 at at 07:46 am:


--- Quote ---Sorry Ciel, I don't know about your above question.

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Recent reflux article:

"Acid Reflux Drugs: Public Citizen Petitions FDA for Stricter Warnings"
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Drugs/acid-reflux-drugs-public-citizen-petitions-fda-stricter/story?id=14365447


--- Quote ---Some such risks, including bone fractures, infections and heart rhythm abnormalities, are listed in fine print on the drugs' packaging. But the potential for the drugs to exacerbate acid reflux when patients discontinue use -- a relatively recent observation -- is not.

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admin rebekahc:
GoingNuts
Moderator
Posted: 08.24.2011 at 03:33:19

Ciel, and empty stomach definitely can make reflux worse. The trick is smaller, more frequent meals.
 
Sorry it took me so long to see this.

USA
Mom to two boys:
DS #1 - Age 20, Superbad OAS
DS #2 - Age 17, PA, TNA, Soy, Sesame and Chick Pea

"Speak out against the madness." -- David Crosby

admin rebekahc:
SweetandSour
Member
Posted: 08.25.2011 at 08:19:42

Just saw this too! I eat smaller meals all day. I also take 40mg. of omprazole everyday, and zantac as needed. It helps.

Allergic to: Peanuts, Tree nuts, Mango, Robitussin, Acetaminophen

U.S.A.

Not only do I not know what's going on, I wouldn't know what to do about it if I did.
 ~George Carlin

admin rebekahc:
Jennifer66
Member
Posted: 08.27.2011 at 02:55:19

Yes, I eat small amounts throughout the day, and if I get too hungry and my stomach gets too empty then I have acid pain. I'm on Ranitidine daily. Also, if I don't drink enough water I find I have an increase in pain.

Jen
U.K.
DS1 - 15 yo - PA, MA, EA, penicillin, asthma.
DS2 - 10 yo, NKA

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