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    Theteenager posted:
    I don't eat spicey foods everyday, i don't drink any kind of alchol, i used to drink green tea which was a citrus juice. now, i stop that three months ago when i realized i have acid issue, and it made my life worst than ever. first two weeks, i was feeling nauseated after i eat anything, even a banana seemed to give me acid reflux. so, i went to a pharmacy store and the pharmacist told me that i may have acid reflux then the pharmacist prescribed me with "omaprazole"; i took it for two weeks and it stop my coughing problem and nauseated feeling. for almost two months, things were going fine except for the occasional sore throat, but two days ago after i had some bread; i started to get dizzy and lightheaded..."WHAT SHOULD I DO NOW?", i wanted to see a doctor but i have no medical insurance, now i'm just taking liquid antacid for relief.


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