For isolated cases, heartburn after overeating is not so dangerous, however, if such episodes of the release of stomach contents are often repeated, then this can lead to serious consequences, for example, to develop signs of naprosyn - gastroesophageal reflux disease.
The etiology of naproxen is a multifactorial disease that has a number of predisposing causal factors for the onset of the disease. Gastroesophageal disease. symptoms of the disease.
Heartburn or burning in the esophagus, occurring in 90% of patients. Physical overstrain (tilts, turns), carbonated and / or alcoholic drinks, nutritional errors contribute to the strengthening of the symptomatic sign. Sour belching is another leading symptomatic symptom of GERD, occurring in about half of patients and aggravated by a dietary error such as consumption of carbonated drinks, alcohol, fatty and/or spicy foods.
The main symptoms of the disease are associated with a violation of the motor function of the upper gastrointestinal tract, that is, the esophagus and increased sensitivity of the stomach to external stimuli. There are esophageal and extraesophageal symptoms of naprosyn. So, the main esophageal symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Regurgitation, or frequent regurgitation, is the result of physical exertion or an incorrectly chosen posture. Dysphagia,that is, swallowing difficulties occur as the disease progresses. Moderate or persistent dysphagia is the result of a complicating factor, esophageal hypermotor dyskinesia or esophageal stricture, respectively. With a pronounced inflammatory reaction of naproxen pills, odynophagia is noted, that is, a pain reflex that occurs when food passes through the esophageal tube. Such a symptom requires a qualitative differential diagnosis with esophageal cancer.
Therapeutic testing involves the appointment of proton pump inhibitors, which is performed within 5-10 days. For example, the standard dosage of naprosyn®, a drug that inhibits gastric acid secretion, is 20 mg 2 times a day. The effectiveness of the prescribed medication for reflux disease is determined by the disappearance of the main symptomatic signs - heartburn, pain in the chest and / or epigastric region.
A more effective and reliable method for diagnosing gastroesophageal reflux is considered to be 24-hour pH-metry of the esophageal canal, which makes it possible to qualitatively assess the severity of reflux, its duration and frequency. Conducting an X-ray examination.
However, the main confirmatory diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux disease in children or adults is the method of endoscopic scanning.
Severity Endoscopic picture (characteristics of changes) A One or more lesions of the esophageal mucosa with a length not exceeding 5 mm and limited to the upper folds. B One or more esophageal mucosal lesions greater than 5 mm in length. C Lesion of the esophagus is extended to two or more folds not exceeding 75% of the circumference of the digestive organ.