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Gastroparesis
Dr. I. Farahat

9 Medications To Avoid With Gastroparesis.

Several medications can delay gastric emptying and should be avoided with gastroparesis. However, most of the below-listed medications are vital to treat or prevent serious diseases. Don’t stop or change your medications without consulting your health care provider.

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Gastritis, GERD
Dr. I. Farahat

Does Acid Reflux Cause Headache? 6 Facts From Research.

Headache is not pronounced among the symptoms of chronic acid reflux (GERD). However, some studies have found a link between headache and acid reflux. Possible causes are Altered pain sensation by your brain, food allergy, abnormal autonomic nervous system, or abnormal blood vessels.

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Gastritis, GERD
Dr. I. Farahat

How Long Does GERD Take To Heal?

GERD and GERD-related esophagitis and esophageal erosions take about 2-8 weeks to heal with medications (PPIs). According to research, The 8-week course of PPI successfully heals erosive GERD esophagitis in about 86% of cases.

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Gastritis, GERD
Dr. I. Farahat

Heartburn For Days In A Row: Causes & Treatments.

Heartburn for days in a row may reflect a chronic condition called gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD or chronic acid reflux). However, a group of less common conditions other than GERD can cause persistent heartburn. The most common causes are hiatus hernia, functional heartburn, non-acid reflux, and other rare causes such as eosinophilic esophagitis and esophageal cancer.

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