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May 22, 2019  
COMMUNITY: Frequently Asked Questions
Reflux1: I just have burning in my chest. Are there more serious symptoms I should be watching for?
Dr. Mark Noar: If you have any of the following associated symptoms, you should not ignore them and contact your doctor immediately: 1. Painful swallowing. 2. Difficulty swallowing or food sticking in your throat or chest after swallowing. 3. Choking or shortness of breath that awakens you at night or when lying down or leaning forward. 4. Constant burning of pain in the chest or throat that does not respond to medication. 5. Bloating and fullness after meals that causes weight loss or inability to eat. 6. Vomiting of blood.
Dr. Mark Noar: If you have any of the following associated symptoms, you should not ignore them and contact your doctor immediately: 1. Painful swallowing. 2. Difficulty swallowing or food sticking in your throat or chest after swallowing. 3. Choking or shortness of breath that awakens you at night or when lying down or leaning forward. 4. Constant burning of pain in the chest or throat that does not respond to medication. 5. Bloating and fullness after meals that causes weight loss or inability to eat. 6. Vomiting of blood.
Dr. Mark Noar

Dr. Mark Noar


Dr. Mark D. Noar is a Gastroenterologist and Therapeutic Endoscopist who specializes in the advanced treatment of digestive diseases. He completed his training in Gastroenterology at Downstate Medical Center/Brooklyn VA, in Brooklyn, New York. His training in Therapeutic Endoscopy was under the direction of Dr. Nib Soehendra, at the University Hospital in Hamburg, Germany. Dr. Noar has numerous publications and presentations to his credit, as well as inventions in Medical Simulation, Endoscopic Biliary Instrumentation and Electrogastrography. Dr. Noar is especially known internationally for his research and work in the field of endoluminal treatment for GERD, and the motility abnormalities associated with GERD.

Dr. Mark Noar

Dr. Mark Noar


Dr. Mark D. Noar is a Gastroenterologist and Therapeutic Endoscopist who specializes in the advanced treatment of digestive diseases. He completed his training in Gastroenterology at Downstate Medical Center/Brooklyn VA, in Brooklyn, New York. His training in Therapeutic Endoscopy was under the direction of Dr. Nib Soehendra, at the University Hospital in Hamburg, Germany. Dr. Noar has numerous publications and presentations to his credit, as well as inventions in Medical Simulation, Endoscopic Biliary Instrumentation and Electrogastrography. Dr. Noar is especially known internationally for his research and work in the field of endoluminal treatment for GERD, and the motility abnormalities associated with GERD.

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