Some symptoms of acid reflux include a burning sensation in the chest, a dry cough and a hoarseness in the throat. Learn about symptoms of acid reflux from a family practice physician in this free video series on health care and medical conditions, and consider seeing a primary care physician.
You've had that plate of pasta, and it's starting to get you right here. That burning sensation could be a sign of acid reflux. Other signs of acid reflux include a burning sensation in the chest. It also can come up into the throat, give you a little bit of hoarseness or dry cough. One thing to mention in the same vicinity is the heart. If you ever think you might be experiencing signs of a heart attack, call 911 immediately. Otherwise, go see your primary care physician and talk to your doctor about the best medicine for your symptoms and also to talk about preventing potential dangerous complications of having reflux. I'm Doctor Savage, and I wish you the best of health.