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I had this sensation a week ago. I think it was when my tummy was upset accompanied by a little anxiety. Anyway, I do't know if this is acid reflux or silent reflux because this IS my only symptom. I don't have a hacking cough, no hoarseness of voice, no difficulty in swallowing or breathing. The sensation comes and goes really. I have been diagnosed with acid reflux last month. I don't have any medications on for now. My stomach can now handle sour foods and chocolates, should I stop? Will this go away on its own? or do I need medicine? I am a male and 15 years of age - Asked by L P on 05-Jun-2014 13:14:08

Answer Count: 1    Disorder Type: Digestive disorders
  • Answered by Dr. on 05-Jun-2014 13:33:32


    If you do not have any symptoms of acid reflux you can discontinue all medicines. However, this can recur again in future. You need to reduce weight, do diet control and avoid wearing tight garmets. If necessary use medicines and you may need life long medications to control it. Therefore use medicines sparingly to begin with.

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Replied by L P on 05-Jun-2014 13:35:46

Thank you for your answer. Will the globus sensation subside?
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