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I think that he is most likely having acid going up into his food pipe (esophagus) leading to his symptoms.
I think that something stronger than gaviscon, something like omeprazole, may help with his symptoms better which is what I would recommend doing to see if that helps.
You can continue giving gaviscon in addition to the omperazole.
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Reflux would not cause lightheadedness or limb sensations.
Her blood pressure dropping, i.e. low blood pressure can cause these symptoms which is why I think that he should drink plenty of fluids especially electrolyte rich fluids.
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