Acid Reflux and Painkillers
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Painkillers & Acid Reflux Symptoms: Unhealthy Relations

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Posted by Fanny (Montreal, CA) on 05/06/2014
5 out of 5 stars

I have been taking ibuprofen for many years for bad headaches and never made the connection till today. This morning I had a bad headache and as usual I took several ibuprofen and about midday had bad acid reflux. I couldn't understand why because I hadn't eaten anything that would cause acid reflux. So I searched online looking for a good remedie for acid reflux when I came accross this article. Man oh man, now I know. Honey helped with my acid reflux and I'm going to get some ACV.

Thanks everyone. Yay!


Posted by Bassbuster (Joliet, Il) on 01/18/2011
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I have acid reflux for over 20 years. Recently after minor sedated oral surgery it flared terribly. One day for reasons I cannot explain I took a tablespoon of honey.... I don't usually use honey for anything except BBQ. The acid reflux symptoms quit in under 5 minutes. I have been taking 1 tablespoon before and one after main meals for about a week now and no more acid reflux.... As well as I seem to be having much less joint pain. Concidering that I have multiple broken bones and diagnosed with referred sympathetic pain this is huge! Again HUGE! Hope this helps someone.