How to treat heartburn heartburn causes unpleasant sensations such as a burning sensation behind the sternum and a sour taste in the mouth. It occurs due to the effect of acid and gastric juice on the esophageal mucosa, which leads to inflammation, which is called esophagitis. If this effect is permanent, it will lead to an ulcer or erosion. If the ulcer is scarred, the esophagus will narrow and it will be difficult for food to pass through it. This disease is treated only with surgery.
How to make a diagnosis? In that case, if heartburn occurs very rarely and is directly related to food intake, it makes no sense to make a diagnosis, it is only necessary to change the diet. Continue reading