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Chest pain? You Might Have Acute Acidity!

  By posted Mar 21st 2012
Healthy Living

 


Acute acidity is quite a common problem. When we eat food (healthy or unhealthy), our stomach produces gases within its lining to liquefy the food. The real problem occurs when these cells produce a large amount of acid, more than what is required by the stomach. In extreme cases, this leads to heartburn, headache, stomach ache and finally, acidity. Today, with expert inputs from Dr. Sukhvinder Singh Saggu, Sr Consultant Laparoscopic, Gastro & Obesity surgeon at Fortis Jessa Ram Hospital, New Delhi let us delve deep into understanding acute acidity. *Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images


 

 

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