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In this situation 2 things would be vital
1. Remove the cause of inflammation i.e. decrease the acid reflex. This can done by taking drugs such as pepcid or a drug among more effective group of drugs called the proton pump inhibitors example being prilosec. So if you have an issue with pepcid you can go for prilosec an OTC drug.
2. Avoids foods and in this manner it may help
3. An antibiotic course as a prophylactic measure to avoid a bacterial infection. If you fear that pencillin may not be good for you then you can go for other antibiotics like Azithromycin
500 mg once day for day 1 and then 250 mg day 2 on wards to day 5 but for that you would need a prescription.
Now the intermittent fatigue: Intermittent fatigue alone can not be taken as a sign of malignancy. Besides that people with malignancy have a continuous feeling of fatigue because of 2 reasons
1. Increased usage of the body's reserves by the malignant tissue
2. Decreased food intake due to decreased appetite secondary to the chemical markers from the malignancy effecting our hunger center in the brain.
In your case it only seems as lack of sleep, over burdened work schedule or a lack of vitamins. In your case the best thing would be regularly scheduled diet intake along with some good intake of fruits for vitamins and a sleep of at least 6 hours.
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