Two Questions to Ask Yourself about Your Heartburn

Everyone suffers from indigestion at some point in their life. In fact, Dr. Lilah Mansour, GastroenterologistARC Far West Medical Tower and ARC Round Rock says, “Occasional indigestion, cramping, and acid reflux are normal and relatively common.” But, she continues, there are certain conditions under which your indigestion may be an indicator of a more serious issue.

In this recent podcast, Dr. Mansour asked two questions; “Do you also have abdominal pain or a change in your bowel habits? Are your symptoms occurring more often or lasting more than three weeks?” She says, if you answer yes to either of these, it’s time to see a doctor.

If you would like to make an appointment with Dr. Mansour to discuss your digestive issues, you can do so online or by calling:

ARC Far West Medical Tower

ARC Round Rock

You can listen to Dr. Mansour’s podcast, as well as podcasts of past episodes of the ARC Healthcare Minute page on the ARC website. Or, tune into the ARC Healthcare Minute when it airs on KLBJ News Radio 590AM/99FM.

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