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    Chocolate (but not white chocolate), caffeine and fizzy drinks and getting very hungry (going too long without food). Bending over from waist causes reflux/burning. I cant drink much water as the thinner liquid seems to leak out of stomach sphincter (reflux) more easily so I live on milk instead. The milk helps ease the burning too.
    I live on Zantac 1-2 times a day and that helps alot.

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    Yeah I had bad reflux last time and had a baldy!

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    I didn't even need to eat anything & I had bad reflux. It got so bad I thought it may have been something else because I'd been in pain for so long & nothing was working. The doctor has put me on Zantac & thankfully I haven't had it since,

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    for me it seems to be all fatty foods especially fatty foods and chips/spuds etc... ive found that rennie helps me settle my stomach and stop the pain and discomfort etc...

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    I have been making fresh orange juice for the vitamin C and to take my liquid iron, and I find it flares it up.

    I found a bit of Ural has helped.

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    Mine was just constantly there, but spicy food (even super mild spices) and Avocado really made it unbearable! I took Zantac and TUMS to keep it at bay.


 

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