I am 30 year old male and had been smoking for the last 10 years. I smoke four to five cigarettes a day. I stopped it completely for the last 36 days. Now, I am suffering with severe acidity and constipation. I am taking Sompraz 40 in the morning for the last 10 days, but no great improvement felt. I want to know whether there can be some kind of withdrawal symptom or do I need to consult my physician again? My SGPT and SGOT are 44 and 99 respectively. Total cholesterol is 216 (LDL-157, HDL-36 and VLDL-22.3). I do not have any diabetic background. Please let me know whether this is the reason for lasting GERD.
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