If you have acid reflux, you may want to avoid caffeine. But there are some caffeine-free tea choices that may actually help your symptoms.
There are many ways to handle GERD when pregnant, from dietary changes to over-the-counter meds.
While easier access to reflux medications can be helpful, it can also lead to problems if you’re not careful.
If you have silent reflux, when acid and enzymes from your stomach come up into your throat, switching to a plant-based diet might help as much as drugs.
What happens when medications fail, aren’t tolerated, interact with your other medications, or can’t be taken because of issues in your medical history?
Acid reflux surgeries consist of the traditional, open procedure or laparoscopic. Learn more about the benefits and risks of both types.
Increasing evidence suggests over time, proton pump inhibitors, used to treat symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease, may not be as benign as people think.
If you’ve lost weight because of functional dyspepsia, or upset stomach, you might be able to gain it back by taking a certain antidepressant.
Drugs known as proton pump inhibitors are usually the first therapy recommended to people with gastroesophageal reflux disease. Surgery is another option.
Do you use antacids such as Alka-Seltzer or Bromo Seltzer to relieve heartburn or a sour stomach? If so, you could be setting yourself up for gastric bleeding.