Heartburn Causes Cough

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Before you decide if you have the symptoms listen to this - keeping a diary can be a good way to have a picture of your heartburn symptoms. I say this because heartburn can be a complex problem and identifying the symptoms an important element. Of course it could be something as simple as too much salsa on a taco or perhaps something at bit stranger like roasted green bell peppers. Or maybe the same foods don't always cause heartburn.

Before you decide listen to this: keeping a diary can be a good way to have a picture of your heartburn symptoms. I say this because heartburn can be a complex problem and identifying the symptoms an important element. Of course it could be something as simple as too much salsa on a taco or perhaps something at bit stranger like roasted green bell peppers.

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According to a study mandated by a new Medicare law data has come back saying that drugs can be just as effective as even surgery in managing some of the symptoms of acid reflux. This can affect many people as it is estimated that currently sixty million Americans have acid reflux.

Are you aware that 95 million people in the United States experience heartburn acid reflux and other symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)? And with our fast-food diets those numbers are increasing. No one can escape this malady: adults children and even infants are affected by or experience acid reflux heartburn or GERD.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Does Asiphex heartburn meds (or a generic equivalent) cause coughing and tickling in the throat?
    I have been coughing at night for weeks now. Mostly at night. I will be fine and then go into a coughing fit. I use sugar-free cough drops that surpress it but as soon as it is gone the cough returns. I have heard that heartburn medicine can cause a cough. Is this the kind of cough it causes?

    • ANSWER:
      All medicines may cause side effects, but many people have no, or minor, side effects. Check with your doctor if any of these most COMMON side effects persist or become bothersome when using Aciphex:

      Headache.

      Seek medical attention right away if any of these SEVERE side effects occur when using Aciphex:

      Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue; unusual hoarseness); chest pain; fast or irregular heartbeat; fever, chills, or sore throat; red, swollen, blistered, or peeling skin; severe or persistent stomach pain; unusual bruising or bleeding; unusual tiredness; vision changes.
      Always make sure that you drink lots of water with this medication and consult a doctor if this condition worsens or becomes increasingly irritating. I hope you feel better soon, God bless.

  2. QUESTION:
    Does Aciphex heartburn meds (or its generic equivalent) cause coughing and a constant tickle in the throat?
    I have been coughing at night for weeks now. Mostly at night. I will be fine and then go into a coughing fit. I use sugar-free cough drops that surpress it but as soon as it is gone the cough returns. I have heard that heartburn medicine can cause a cough. Is this the kind of cough it causes?

    • ANSWER:
      Try raising the head of your bed by placing 2" blocks under the headboard. This will keep the acid from coming back up into your esophagus and irritating your throat. It may be that a bit of acid is getting into your throat when you lie down. If that isn't the case, perhaps you have a sinus issue that drains in your throat when you lie down. Good luck my friend! Oh, I haven't heard of any Gerd or heartburn medications causing this problem, but perhaps it's possible.

  3. QUESTION:
    Can cough drops cause heartburn?
    I think I have the beginning stage of acid reflux and I'm trying to tend to my symptoms and change my eating habits to get rid of it all. I've been taking Pepcid AC and Rolaids and eating "safe" foods but I still have a cough from the acid that irritates my throat. I'd like to get rid of the cough but am afraid that cough drops might make the acid reflux worse. Does anyone know if it should make things worse if I take a Halls cough drop or does anyone know a better way to relieve the cough? I can't have anything with caffeine, acid, of high fat contents as this just aggravates the situation, but this cough is just getting on my nerves. And yes, I know I need to go to the doctors and what not, but I have no insurance at the moment so I'm trying to treat the acid reflux as best as I can. Thanks for any input!
    For the last few days I've had heartburn pains and an acidic feeling in my stomach. I even paid to ask a doctor online about my symptoms and she said it was probably acid reflux. It all started when I started to drink really strong tea and it was the only thing I was drinking for like a week straight. When I looked up acid reflux it said that sometimes when the acid reaches the esophagus it can irritate it and cause a dry throat and cough, which I now have. Most of the other symptoms have cleared up so far now that I've been more careful of what I eat but now I have this dry throat and cough. And I wound up taking the cherry cough drops anyway cause it was just that bad and it didn't seem to irritate my stomach or anything. I wanted to go to the doctors in case of it getting any worse cause I didn't want to do any damage to my system by just waiting it out, but it looks like that's what I'm doing anyway.

    • ANSWER:
      What makes you think you have acid reflux?
      what are your symptoms?
      Cough isn't usually associated with reflux.

      it sounds like there is something else going on

      there are free clinics out there. there is usually a lengthy wait but it would be wise to sit through

      feel better soon

  4. QUESTION:
    What causes coughing up acidic bubbly mucus spit with food in it, and irritating burn pain in throat?
    I have no other symptoms, it was just that. Was this just heartburn, and if so was it caused from me eating too many almonds and peanuts?

    • ANSWER:
      This sounds like gastric reflux. With gastric reflux, you regurgitate some of your stomach contents into your esophagus. This can irritate and damage the tissue inside the esophagus, causing a chronic cough, pain, and inflammation. This usually happens at night when you are lying down. Ask your doctor about medication for this problem. Also, propping up the head of your bed may help, as will reducing fatty and spicy foods, especially in the evening.

  5. QUESTION:
    Have a bad cough lasting for weeks.?
    I'm not even sure how to describe the cough and it's hard to search for I've been noticing.
    But for the past couple of weeks I've been having a coughing problem. It's not that I cough too often. It's that when I do cough...there's something terribly wrong.
    Every single cough for a couple of weeks has been bad.

    Everytime I cough I feel like within a second of the first cough it's going to make me puke.
    When I cough it's like something seems to irritate my throat to make it hard to stop coughing.
    Recovering from the cough takes a lot. I mean that by resisting from throwing up, stopping some feeling in my throat that will make it worse, sometimes my mouth gets a bit watery from it and sometimes it feels like a tickle (but it's not a tickle causing the cough- it's a tickle resulting from the cough).
    Also, sometimes it causes me to barely be able to breath. For example, I coughed earlier and as I was trying to recover, it's like things closed up and I couldn't breathe in, and as you imagine that makes lots of wheezing and it's scary not being able to breath.
    I know one night I actually woke up in the middle of the night, might have had one cough and then I couldn't breath at all. It lasted for at least 30-45 seconds and I had to stand up and wait for it to recover just to take a breath in (it literally blocked ANY air I tried to inhale through my mouth).

    I don't have insurance or much money, so doctors aren't really my first choice for everything, but this really concerns me because it's been going on for a bit now and it's not a good feeling to be afraid that if you cough you'll either puke or not be able to breath.

    I don't know much about GERD and it's correlation to coughing. If you're going to say it's that, please have more than the reason that follows and that I have a cough. I have heartburn very very often. It's rather annoying. I have calcium tablets/antacids and they usually do the trick right there.
    Thought I'd mention that because of GERD.

    Also, I did end up getting an inhaler several months ago when I had trouble breathing when I woke up. Was a different problem, so I don't know if I was technically diagnosed with asthma or not, but I'd say there's something going on with my breathing...
    Plus, my inhaler is pretty much empty from using on random occasions as needed and it was only a sample. Are there any that can be bought over the counter or do they have to have a prescription?

    • ANSWER:
      you probably have whooping cough, don't get around any babies, whooping cough can kill babies but adults don't get it so bad.


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