Take antacids to help neutralise the stomach acid and protect the gullet
Moller, who was hoping to make a comeback in this week's two-leg Young Shield quarter-final with Mildenhall, needs surgery to remedy a problem with his gullet
A BARRETT'S oesophagus is a condition in which abnormal cells develop on the inner lining of the lower part of the gullet
, usually due to acid from the stomach splashing up into the gullet
over a long period of time.
Moving gastro-intestinal cancer services - stomach and gullet
- from the James Cook University Hospital to North Tees.
The cancer, which occurs in the lining of the gullet
, mostly affects people over the age of 60 and has been linked to smoking.
QMY 40-year-old son suffers from chest muscle spasm which he has been told is caused by acid in his gullet
CHEZZA: Get a pie down ya gullet
- or even your gillet.
A POSTMAN who claimed he was a human pelican who stored alcohol in a pouch in his gullet
was banned from driving for 18 months yesterday.
Scientists have found a link between which vitamin and a type of gullet
Your pain comes on when pressure in the abdomen is high, and makes me suspicious that you may have a small amount of acid leaking from your stomach into the bottom end of your gullet
where it causes a gnawing kind of pain that will often last a while.
It happens when acid from the stomach gets forced upwards into gullet
, or oesophagus, causing burning pain or tightening in the chest that may make swallowing uncomfortable.
Scientists believe the increased use of nitrate fertilisers since the Second World War may explain the rise of gullet
cancer in the throat.
Another swan rescued from a pool had fishing line wrapped around its neck and wing and vets later discovered it had swallowed two fishing hooks which were embedded in its gullet
, causing it to burst.
The scam struck home for Garant when he spied a deckhand sliding a 3-ounce sinker out of the barracuda's gullet
, then slyly toss it overboard.
A SOMETIMES the lower end of the gullet
(oesophagus) is prone to the effects of excessive acid, smoking, alcohol and anti-inflammatory tablets or a hiatus hernia.