Contents of this article: Common causes of nighttime stomach pain When to see a doctor Ways to prevent and treat nighttime stomach pain Common causes of nighttime stomach pain Nighttime stomach pain may be caused by eating close to bedtime, acid reflux, or GERD. Advertisement 9 of 12 Asthma The coughing and wheezing from heartburn can get so bad they could become triggers for asthma. Advertisement 12 of 12 Getty Images Trouble swallowing Over time, the continuous cycle of damage and healing after acid reflux causes scarring, Dr.
Reply Replied by Francois Belgium 01/29/2015 Replied by Kt Usa 01/30/2015 Magnesium Posted by Miranda (Passau, Bavaria, Germany) on 07/30/2009 Despite eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise, I suffered from really bad heartburn for over 10 years. Read more 2 doctors agreed: 15 15 I have acid reflux and I recently got strep throat but the doctor never identified why I have a lump on my neck.
Using the product liquid bandage, a couple of brush strokes on each spot as they appeared quickly got them under control (no scab, no itching! ) within 24 hours. Acidity 14, Acid reflux refers to the flow of stomach acid back into your esophagus, a connecting tube between reflux throat and stomach. However, some drinks can help minimize the symptoms. Characterized by symptoms of heartburn and regurgitation, GERD is a chronic condition where the acidic contents of the stomach flow back up into the esophagus.
If you have an inflammatory condition such as acid reflux, taking more than four grams of ginger in a 24-hour period may cause additional heartburn. A sign that acid reflux may be contributing to asthma is if asthma symptoms get worse after eating a large meal.
The most common complication of fundoplication is swallowed food that sticks at the artificial sphincter. My friend has a very stress ful job and at the time she had developed gastric stomach ulcers. On one trip down to visit her mother Maria in Puerto Rico, she complained about the stomach ulcers. The use of stomach acid neutralizers or blockers, however, is not safe. Acid can damage the cells in the lower food pipe, resulting in scar tissue that narrows the food pipe, making it difficult to swallow. Try any of these herbs only after talking to your doctor. There are even ginger-pops available in many stores! D., assistant professor of allergy and immunology at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, who works with acid reflux patients to prevent their conditions from causing esophageal damage and respiratory symptoms. Oh, by the way, fennel seed tea is a miracle worker for after dinner tummy calming.