Pyrosis; Non-cardiac chest pain
Treat heartburn, especially if you often feel symptoms. Over time, reflux can damage the lining of your esophagus and cause serious problems. The good news is that changing your habits can help prevent heartburn and other symptoms of GERD.
The following tips will help you avoid heartburn and other GERD symptoms. If these measures do not work, talk to your doctor.
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