Sonia Khan, MPharm, PGCertPharmPrac, studied pharmacy at the University of East Anglia, graduating in 2007. She completed her preregistration year in Middlesex, Greater London and began working as a community pharmacist. She then became a clinical rotational pharmacist at a hospital in Hertfordshire where she obtained her Post Graduate Certificate. After becoming an information pharmacist at the National Pharmacy Association, Sonia joined the Pharmaceutical Press in 2013 as a Clinical Writer for the Editorial Team.
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A 30-year-old man comes into the pharmacy complaining of recurrent attacks of heartburn. He tells you that the symptoms are worse after large meals, and especially bad when he lies down. He has no history of other gastrointestinal conditions.