Im 32 male. For last 3-4 months i hv problem of acidity, burning sensation and lose of appetite. 3-4 hours after having lunch it is worsen. And if i lay down it becomes more severe. I went to Dr. and he prescribed Esomeprazole 40mg. I toke it for a month time. After leaving medicine matter came back again. I anybody tell me why is this and how can i get rid of this disease?
Once u r on a med for GERD u should not just stop taking it as u will have what is known as rebound, the symptoms just come back as the meds stop the acid from being produced so u feel better and heal....but, if u stop taking them ur body will go back to producing the acids and many times over produce them...u should slowly step off the meds to help avoid this.And have a healthy diet in place and a way to relax and reduce stress in ur life....
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