An uneasy, burning sensation in the stomach, often attended with an inclination to vomit. It is sometimes idiopathic, but is often a symptom of other complaints.
regurgitation of gastric juices (reflux) into the esophagus causing a burning sensation beneath the sternum.
A burning sensation that occurs in your chest about the level of your heart is heartburn and is what gives this condition it's name. It's caused by the contents of your stomach backing up into the esophagus, then the stomach acids irritate the lining of the esophagus. It has nothing to do with the heart at all. !-- ctxt_ad_partner = "2012884650"; ctxt_ad_section = ""; ctxt_ad_bg = ""; ctxt_ad_width = 336; ctxt_ad_height = 280; ctxt_ad_bc = "FFFFFF"; ctxt_ad_cc = "FFFFFF"; ctxt_ad_lc = "666666"; ctxt_ad_tc = "666666"; ctxt_ad_uc = "666666";
Pain that seems to occur in region of heart but is due to pain receptors in esophageal wall stimulated by acid refluxed from stomach.
A feeling of burning rising up behind the breastbone (sternum) towards the neck. It is usually caused by gastroesophageal reflux, the splashing of acidic stomach contents back up into the lower esophagus.
a pain or burning sensation in the chest usually resulting from the backing up, or refluxing, of stomach acid into the esophagus; also known as pyrosis, Greek for "a burning."
The most common symptom of acid reflux disease (also known as gastroespohageal reflux disease, or GERD). Heartburn feels like a burning pain in the center of the chest. It is caused by acid from the stomach backing up into the esophagus.
A burning sensation in the chest perceived as arising from the region of the heart. Heartburn is not related to heart disease. It is caused by stomach acid or stomach contents that spill into the lower esophagus, irritating the sensitive lining membrane.
A painful sensation caused by reflux of acid from the stomach into the esophagus.
Heartburn is a painful burning sensation in the esophagus, just below the breastbone. The pain often rises in your chest and may radiate to your neck or throat.
pain that occurs behind the breastbone and rises up into the chest, typically after meals.
A burning sensation in the esophagus due to stomach acids backing up into the lower esophagus.
A burning sensation in the chest area that is often accompanied by regurgitation, a bitter taste at the back of the mouth or throat, excess salivation and belching.
a painful burning sensation in the chest caused by gastroesophageal reflux (backflow from the stomach irritating the esophagus); symptomatic of an ulcer or a diaphragmatic hernia or other disorder
a burning discomfort in the chest or throat that
an uncomfortable feeling which occurs when stomach contents, which are naturally acidic, move back up (or reflux) into the oesophagus
A misnammed condition, which is caused by stomach acids entering the esophageus (the food tube from the mouth to stomach) and burning the sides. It is often the excuse by heart attck victims to explain the symptoms away.
Indigestion. A burning sensation in the chest caused by a reflux of acid into the esophagus or too much acid in the stomach.
The most common symptom of acid reflux. Most people describe a burning pain in the center of the chest.
See Acid Reflux and GERD.
s a burning sensation experienced under your breastbone after you've eaten something that may not have agreed with you.
burning sensation, usually near the sternum, caused by reflux of acidic stomach fluids into the lower end of the esophagus ( Shatavari, Digest Ease)
Heartburn has nothing to do with the heart. It is an uncomfortable feeling of burning and warmth occurring in waves, rising up behind the breastbone (sternum) toward the neck. It is usually due to gastroesophageal reflux, which is the backing up of stomach acid into the esophagus.
A burning discomfort that is generally felt in the chest, just behind the breastbone. The burning sensation results when stomach acids back into the esophagus.
A generic term for gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Symptoms caused by stomach acid flowing back into the esophagus.
painful, burning feeling in the chest caused by stomach acid flowing back into the esophagus.
a burning feeling in the chest or area just above the stomach, caused by acid moving up the esophagus from the stomach.
a burning sensation experienced in the center of the chest up to the throat; may be caused by overeating, eating spicy food, or drinking alcohol; recurrent heartburn may be caused by acid reflux
a burning pain usually felt in the chest and due to reflux of stomach acid and bile into the gullet. Common in the whole population.
Pain and burning in the esophagus, just below the sternum. Often caused by the reflux of gastric contents into the esophagus, it can be relieved, but not cured, with antacids. It is sometimes called pyrosis.
a burning discomfort that is generally felt in the chest just behind the breastbone. The burning sensation results when harsh stomach juices come in contact with and irritate the delicate lining of the esophagus. (Also known as acid indigestion or pyrosis).
a sensation of warmth or burning behind the breastbone, occurring in waves and tending to rise upward toward the neck. This common ailment occurs when stomach acid washes back up into the esophagus. Since the esophagus has no protective mucosal layer, as does the stomach, this acid causes pain that generates just behind the breastbone and seems to come from the heart, hence the term "heartburn." It may be accompanied by a reflux of fluid into the mouth. Also called pyrosis.
The most common symptom of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. This is usually described as a burning in the chest that may radiate up toward the throat. This is caused by acid juices that back flow from the stomach into the esophagus. It usually becomes more severe after eating, lying down or even bending over.
Heartburn is usually experienced as a burning pain that starts behind the breastbone and radiates upward to the neck. Sometimes called acid indigestion and usually occurs after meals.
Pain And Burning Senstation Typically Behind The Breastbone
burning sensation in the esophagus due to reflux of hydrochloric acid from the stomach; acid reflux
A burning sensation felt in the chest and throat when acid from the stomach leaks up into the esophagus. During pregnancy, the muscle at the top of the stomach that usually prevents digestive acids from going back up relaxes, allowing gastric juices to splash back. The pressure of the growing uterus also puts pressure on the stomach, allowing acid to travel back.
An uncomfortable feeling of burning and warmth occurring in waves rising up behind the breastbone (sternum) toward the neck. It is usually due to gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), the rise of stomach acid back up into the esophagus. Heartburn has nothing whatsoever to do with the heart. It is a popular nonmedical term. It is medically called pyrosis.
A burning sensation behind the breast bone that occurs when stomach acid flows back up into the esophagus.
A popular term for an uncomfortable burning sensation in the stomach and lower esophagus, sometimes caused by the reflux of small amounts of stomach acid. A gram- negative rod-shaped bacterium that lives in the tissues of the stomach and causes inflammation of the stomach lining.
Acid indigestion. A symptom of gastroesophageal reflux.
a burning sensation in the lower chest. Many women experience heartburn during pregnancy.
This is the most common symptom of acid reflux disease (also known as gastro-oesophageal reflux disease, or GORD). Heartburn is a burning feeling rising from the stomach or lower chest up towards the neck. It is caused by acid from the stomach backing up into the oesophagus. Normally, a 'gate' (the lower oesophageal sphincter) opens when you swallow and closes when food passes. In patients with acid reflux disease, heartburn usually gets worse after they eat, or when they lie down or bend over.
A burning sensation below the breastbone that radiates toward the throat or mouth.
Heartburn, also known as indigestion, is a painful, burning discomfort felt in the chest, usually after eating.