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Cure Research for Heartburn

Curable Types of Heartburn

Possibly curable or rare types of Heartburn include:

  • Pregnancy associated heartburn
  • Heartburn associated with obesity
  • Mediacion ( nitrates, beta blockers) associated heartburn
  • Cholelithiasis associated with heartburn
  • more curable types...»

Rare Types of Heartburn:

Some rare types of Heartburn include:

  • Pregnancy associated heartburn
  • Heartburn associated with obesity
  • Mediacion ( nitrates, beta blockers) associated heartburn
  • Cholelithiasis associated with heartburn
  • Irritable bowel syndrome associated with heartburn
  • more rare types...»

Latest Treatments for Heartburn

Some of the more recent treatments for Heartburn include:

Treatments for Heartburn

Treatments to consider for Heartburn may include:

Cure Research discussion for Heartburn:

The role of hiatal hernia in GERD continues to be debated and explored. It is a complex topic because some people have a hiatal hernia without having reflux, while others have reflux without having a hernia.

Much research is needed into the role of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori. Our ability to eliminate H. pylori has been responsible for reduced rates of peptic ulcer disease and some gastric cancers. At the same time, GERD, Barrett's esophagus, and cancers of the esophagus have increased. Researchers wonder whether having H. pylori helps prevent GERD and other diseases. Future treatment will be greatly affected by the results of this research. (Source: excerpt from Heartburn, Hiatal Hernia, and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD): NIDDK)

Medical research for Heartburn: medical news summaries:

The following medical news items are relevant to medical research for Heartburn:

Clinical Trials for Heartburn

Some of the clinical trials for Heartburn include:

 

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