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Major Acid Reflux after being ok!? HELP
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Major Acid Reflux after being ok!? HELP

I had been diagnosed with acid reflux In February of 2012. I had been taking the Prilosec until August 2012. After I stopped taking it I Was 100 Percent Fine .
Until now(late September 2012) I had a personal pan sized pizza and after eating it I felt horrible. Idk what to do its been 2 hours and I still feel nauseous. Help me please ,I'm also only 16 years old.

Could I have something else ? Other mild symptoms I've had this month is a random coldness in my stomach, diahrea, Indegestion ,and a lot of burping
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  Hi...u may need to take something b4 u eat foods like pizza....

I would suggest u talk to ur Dr....and get checked.

Diet modification and lifestyle changes r ur best bet in keeping these symptoms at bay....and u may need to take an OTC acid reducer med when choosing to eat pizza and then not have it often.
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