By Mark K. Ferguson, M. Brian Fennerty
Finished and up to date research of GERD Has specialize in treatments to failed therapy of the illness
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Magnesium containing antacids may cause diarrhea and should be avoided in patients with heart failure, renal 33 MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF GERD: ALGORITHMS AND OUTCOMES insufﬁciency, and late trimester pregnancy. Aluminum-containing antacids may cause constipation and should also be avoided in patients with chronic renal insufﬁciency. Overall, antacids have a marginal beneﬁt as a therapy for GERD. They have no role as primary therapy in a patient with known erosive esophagitis. Antacids may offer some beneﬁt to the patient with rare and episodic heartburn in which case they do have the beneﬁt of providing rapid but unfortunately temporary symptom relief.
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