I am 29 year old female. I have been having frequent acid refluxes for the past four weeks. I used to get these refluxes earlier as well but it is not like these four weeks. I don't usually experience any pain. I experience a little burn near throat when there is regurgitation. I never found this serious until this one week when the frequency has increased. Bloating is common, but there is no pain. I experience discomfort. My husband suggested me to try induced vomit before any meal as most of the times I experience these refluxes almost after two or three hours after eating or early in the mornings. After vomiting I still feel nausea and burping. Both of them only after induced vomiting. This has taken a toll now. I usually sleep 8 hours a day. I don't drink or smoke. Yes I do eat alot of spicy food and citrus also adds in my diet. But I have stopped such food intakes for the past three weeks. But the problem has grown. What should I do now?
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