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    Default Heartburn? Does anyone understand the pain?!

    Does anyone get this horrible fire like pain in their chest?

    What do use to cure it?

    I currently use Rennies

    Gazza4

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    I get it occasionally, a nice glass of milk normally does the trick

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    i get it twice a day...... mostly i don't take anything for it, but if it's really bad, then as above, a glass of milk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by simac View Post
    I get it occasionally, a nice glass of milk normally does the trick
    That was my remedy for 3 years until my gut got used to it!!

    Gazza4

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    another beer!!

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    if your getting heartburn all the time see your doc.
    i use to get all day everyday now im on medication (esomeprazole) not had heartburn now for 4 years.

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    I used to get it drink plenty of water that helps also is jour job stresfull? if so that could be the cause ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by yorkshireborn View Post
    if your getting heartburn all the time see your doc.
    i use to get all day everyday now im on medication (esomeprazole) not had heartburn now for 4 years.
    I see what you mean, and now I come to think of it, if any of you get it before you go to bed, make sure you take some ant-acids. I woke up in the middle of the night a couple of weeks ago and my windpipe had shut-up - could not breathe. This is apparently caused when you have acid heartburn prior to going to bed/during the night. The acid comes up your gullet and, before it can spill into your lungs, you will suffer a spasm - normal to protect you from essentially choking on your own vomit. Another point here is watch what you eat after a boozy night out!!!!!

    Gazza4

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    You can have a pain in your chest that is caused by reflux. No antacids or rennie will shift that. You have to go down the doc and get something like yorkshireborn has said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza4 View Post
    I see what you mean, and now I come to think of it, if any of you get it before you go to bed, make sure you take some ant-acids. I woke up in the middle of the night a couple of weeks ago and my windpipe had shut-up - could not breathe. This is apparently caused when you have acid heartburn prior to going to bed/during the night. The acid comes up your gullet and, before it can spill into your lungs, you will suffer a spasm - normal to protect you from essentially choking on your own vomit. Another point here is watch what you eat after a boozy night out!!!!!

    Gazza4

    allso put a thick book ie;- yellow pages under your bed to lift it up at the headboard end this will stop the reflux.

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