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Heartburn symptoms include a burning sensation in the chest or throat after eating, feeling bloated, and nausea. Supplements that are taken twice a day are more likely to be smaller, and may reduce irritation when going down, Katz said. To reduce the risk of spreading COVID infections, it is best to call your doctor before leaving the house if you are experiencing a high fever, shortness of breath or another, more serious symptom. A vitamin pill, which can be fairly large, could cause either irritating the oesophagus as it goes down or allowing some acid from the stomach to pass up into the oesophagus as the pill goes through the muscular ring separating these two organs, the gastro-oesophageal sphincter.