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Acid Reflux (GERD) and fatigue


I am experiencing fatigueness in legs (lower part of the) and in hands (recently upper arms) for the past 3 weeks.

I was diagnoised with a possible GERD (Acid Reflux) and I was on Rabeprazole ( 6 days) and earlier on Pantoprazole (2 days). However this fatigueness (in lower intensity) is still prevalent ever since the onset of my GERD issues. I didn't have this symptom earlier, at all.

.. Now, I am doing slightly ok with my GERD due to modified food habits.

I noticed the last 2-3 days that my heartburn and fatigueness seem to be mutually exclusive (if I have one symptom.. the other symptom is very very minimal or does not seem to show up).

I am not sure whether this is caused as a side effect of taking these drugs.

Also I had occassional dizziness the last 3 days and I am having Vertin for the same. I had a CT scan and came out with normal results.

Can you please suggest a remedy for this problem?

  renault on 2008-06-24
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Hello renault,
Please take 'Robina 30' two doses daily for 10 days and two glases of cold milk daily. This will give you relief soon.

Dr. Gujral
DrGujral last decade
Thanks Dr. Gujral. I am also meeting a homeopathy specialist today.

I had very mild trembling of hands and legs last night. Is that due to GERD as well?

I seem to have this along with some tiredness at back of head and heavy hands and legs. Once I eat some thing, this goes away or moderates to a good extent.

renault last decade

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