I have been having Acidity problem for many years, but not so frequent. Once in a while I had this burning sensation. I live in India and I am abroad now for 2 months trip. It's been almost a month since I came abroad. I have started getting acidity problems and also gastric issues. I have pain above the chest quiet frequently and started getting pain (intermittent) between heart and lungs. My urine is yellow (normal sometimes) though I drink lot of water and juice. Motion is not so free. I have started taking tablet (Razo-D : Antacid) in the morning 30 mts before breakfast. My diet includes cornflakes, milk, tea, coffee, Rice, vegetables, lentils, wheat flour pancake, yogurt and plenty of water. I want to spend another 15 days without consulting doctor here and want to take complete treatment back in India. Please suggest me the temporary measures and what is that I may be actually suffering from.....(am not able to put it simple and crisp..please bear with me for the long query).
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