Can GERD also known as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease cause acne in some people?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
I really can think of absolutely no reason why these two things would ever be related....what caused you to ponder this?
They just have two completely different sites of action and pathophysiologies......so I would say no.Source(s): medical student
- Anonymous6 years ago
You can get rid of acid reflux and heartburn with this natural method http://acidreflux-cure.info
Usually, heartburnThe 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. is a symptom of acid reflux disease (GERD) Also known as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). Describes the condition of backflow of stomach acid into the esophagus which frequently happens when the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) relaxes more often than it should and/or at inappropriate times. The symptoms of acid reflux disease typically occur on 2 or more days a week.. And if you suffer from persistent heartburn on two or more days a week—and you’ve treated it and changed your diet—it could be due to acid refluxBackflow of stomach acid into the esophagus. Acid reflux frequently happens when the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) relaxes more often than it should and/or at inappropriate times. This allows harsh stomach juices to back up into the esophagus. disease. But only your doctor can tell you if these are signs of acid reflux disease.
- 9 years ago
Yes it can in certain AIDS cases, Candida infection develops and especially in those being treated with antibiotices, cortocosteroids and immunosuppressive drugs, but occasionally is due to virus (such as cytomegalovirus or herpes virus). All these infection are common in people with AIDS. The are a complication when gastreosophageal reflux disease advances to esophagitis.Source(s): Bantam Medical Dictionary, 2000.
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- Anonymous4 years ago
She needs to have a colonoscopy if she has not done so. Helicobacter pylori is one cause of this, which is a bacterial infection and can be cured with antibiotics. She can get a blood test to determine whether or not she has Helicobacter or not. Chewing gum helps somewhat, drinking mint tea, yogurt, losing weight in the middle half of the body, sleeping on two pillows. Nexium is good, although it is not a natural treatment.
- 5 years ago
I understand your problem my mom has gerd too. some tips I can recommend : https://tr.im/getridofreflux
Please take your medicines properly because in long run you will see its effects , it takes quite a long treatment to stablize the condition. Secondly, try to add cold milk,water melon juice,cucumber juice,oats,guavas, papayas,etc in your diet. Please also consume high fibre sometimes constipation also increases reflux .
- Anonymous9 years ago
Interesting question, though not common I suppose it is possible. Check back with your GI doctor & ask what they think.Source(s): I am a Dermatology Nurse Practitioner