For about 4 months I have had acid indigestion and lately I have hunger pains almost constantly. I will eat a meal and shortly after I will feel hungry again. I'm on a month long regiment of Previcid but they don't help much. Does this sound like more that just acid indigestion?
HI the hunger feelings is very much part of the reflux....it, it a way I think to try to get teh acids balanced as when we eat acids r produced.....
U may have another issue, many do...u may want to find what the root cause of ur reflux is...I have a hiatal hernia and PND so the 2 together with weight changes and meds can cause a flare....the Health Pages have tips on foods to avoid and lifestyle changes that can help the meds...http://www.medhelp.org/health_pages/list?cid=236
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