What are the consequences of chronic heartburn?

If pyrosis is caused by gastroesophageal reflux, peptic ulcer, or side effects of medication, it will lead to increased damage to the gastric mucosa and reduced gastric barrier in the long run; if pyrosis is caused by esophageal tumors, ignoring the symptoms for a long time will affect the survival rate of patients.

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