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Hyperacidity can be treated by Omeprazole, Ranitidine hydrochloride, Nexium, Lansoprazole, Ranitidine (latest reports from 184 Hyperacidity patients)
Gluten intolerance (spectrum of disorders, including celiac disease and wheat allergy) has been reported by people with abdominal pain lower, swelling, fatigue, anaemia, stress and anxiety (latest reports from 2,912 Gluten intolerance patients).
On Aug, 19, 2016
No report is found.
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I am a doctor and suffering from hyperacidity since years and nowadays tachycardia is developing along with it. Breathlessness sometimes makes my sleep disturbed. I have regurgitation GERD. Everynight at 3 to 4 Am I have to wake up to take antacid, and sometimes I found tachycardia along with it. Pulse rate reaches almost 120 to 135/min. It is such a horrible thing,because I am a doctor and known to certain symptoms but the reason for developing tachycardia is still unknown to me.
Hello. I was surprised to find this group. I have severe COPD and am a non-smoker, I was diagnosed with Celiac at age 53. I suspect the Celiac is related to my emphysema. I also suspect I have had Celiac all my life.
I have been taking losartan for 2 years at 100 milligrams and now have Celiac symptoms. Wondering if they are related. Doctor has ordered esophageal biopsy. Has stopped taking losartan for two weeks and blood pressure has stayed low. Celiac symptoms remain
Hello. I am a doctor in Portugal with mild memory problems. After an electroencephalogram, a CT scan and MRI, Hashimoto's encephalopathy was proposed as a cause. I was later diagnosed with celiac disease. My father has Parkinson's disease. I found this site by chance and I would like to talk ...
I am a doctor and suffering from hyperacidity since years and nowadays tachycardia is developing along with it. Breathlessness sometimes makes my sleep disturbed. I have regurgitation GERD. Everynight at 3 to 4 Am I have to wake up to take antacid, and sometimes I found tachycardia along with ...
Hi, I had a prolactin removed in 1993 and was diagnosed with celiac in 2000. The GI doc said my celiac had been active for at least 10 years. Really thought I was the only one in the world with both! How common is this? Thanks, Janet
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