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    GERD almost every day??
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    DarkJester posted:
    Hi there. I experience GERD almost daily and well aware I need to cut down on spicy foods and foods with tons of herbs/seasoning. Yesterday I wolfed down a baked chicken leg heavily seasoned with pepper, chicken seasoning, and butter. Almost 2 minutes later I feel the acid coming back into my esophagus. I vomit and see a lot of acid coming out of my mouth. Feel better for almost 30 sec but then I feel the acid coming up again. I vomit again and the process repeats until I drink a few sips of water quickly OR drink some apple cider vinegar with water. Stomach feels terrible afterwards and can't eat afterwards. I'm not taking any medication but maybe I should. Is this common or are my symptoms more severe?


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