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Heartburn - Causes

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Comment from: iandy7, 35-44 Male (Patient) Published: December 16

I find that fried foods, curries, and tomatoes cause me to get heartburn. I am following a diet and I avoid certain foods. My heartburn is a lot better.

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Heartburn - Foods to Avoid

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Heartburn - Home Remedies

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Heartburn - Medications

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Heartburn - Surgery

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