Another common condition with several self-treatment options is dyspepsia, a key symptom of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Antacids are widely used for dyspepsia; however, studies comparing antacids with histamine H 2 receptor antagonists (H 2 blockers) have been limited. A randomized, double-blind, crossover study showed that on-demand treatment with the antacid hydrotalcite (aluminum hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide, carbonate, and water) was more effective than famotidine (Pepcid) or placebo. 38 An editorial on these findings questioned the standard use of H 2 blockers, and recommended shifting to more individualized treatment of mild or intermittent GERD. 39
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Spinal injections, like other medical procedures, have risks. Complications include risk of infection, low blood pressure, headache, and injury to nerve tissue. These risks are low. Conclusion
We perform the full range of injection therapies to provide the best possible pain management for your condition. The skilled medical team at SDCSD will carefully discuss the options with you, and we'll give you detailed instructions for before and after the procedure so that you are well prepared.