Medication Induced Esophagitis
Medication induced esophagitis is esophageal mucosal injury caused by the medications and usually refers to a direct toxic effect on esophageal mucosa by the culprit medication.
Center of the chest
or Acid reflux
Pain, scratchiness or irritation of the throat
Located in middle upper region
Blood in vomit
or Black stool
Chronic use of medications induced esophagitis
Taking pills just before sleeping with little or no water
Abnormal tightening or narrowing of the esophagus
or Uncoordinated contractions of the esophagus
If you have Esophagitis, then a visit to a gastroenterologist is recommended.