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An_249564 posted:
I've had problems with heartburn lately, but I do not know if that is a heart valve disease . I looked it up, and found that by slowing down my eating process, I could fix this.
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cardiostarusa1 responded:

Though hearburn is not any disease, various heart conditions may/can produce a heartburn-like symptom.

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Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)


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