Treatments for abnormalities in the esophagus and stomach are generally the same as those for gastroesophageal reflux (GERD) or heartburn. Many non-prescription agents are available for the relief of heartburn.
Proton-pump or acid-pump inhibitors are probably the best drug treatments for reflux symptoms related to scleroderma. They work by inhibiting the so-called gastric acid pump that is required for the cells of the stomach to release acid. The standard...Read more
Dr. Todd Eisner answers some questions readers have posted in the last few weeks. Find new information on natural remedies for heartburn,... Read more »
1. Can Tagamet cause mouth sores? While there are many reported side effects of Tagamet, mouth sores is not one of them. The most common... Read more »