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... I have a hernia also. Going in for another endo on June 12. They are going to do the 24 hour ph test at that time. ... (8 replies)
... I recently had the 24 hour pH test for LPR (I haven't received the results yet), but afterwards I found out that you should have a double-probe; one in the esophagus and one in the throat. I only had a single-probe in the esophagus. So will this test come back negative then? :( (1 replies)
... colonoscopy scheduled along with a 24 hour ph monitor. I know it will be good to find out but I'm really anxious about all of this. How does the ph testing work? ... (6 replies)

... I have had this test done 5 times. It really depends on what the doctor was testing for. The single probe is done most frequently. It measures the acid coming up into the esophagus. ... (1 replies)
... My 24 hr PH test results showed a lot of acid events above the LES coinciding with burping, but they apparently didn't do the second probe in the throat. ... (6 replies)
... I've had 3 24 hr pH tests and 2 Manometries as well. White having the tube inserted involved a bit of discomfort, I didn't find it all that bad. ... (6 replies)
... Then probably they will install a smaller catheter for the 24 hr monitoring. You will definitely feel it and remind yourself that the sucker is coming out the next morning. ... (6 replies)
... The 24 hour test isn't too bad and sleeping with it is not too much hassle. ... (7 replies)
... im glad somebody made this thread, do they give you any kinda of sedative before doing the manometry and ph monitoring? ... (20 replies)
... I've had two regular 24 hr. ... (20 replies)
... LPR here too. I've had the 24 hour pH testing done twice in the last several years. It can be tough during the week before. Both times I was on the PPI's twice a day also. Supplemented with Gaviscon. ... (10 replies)
... I'm ill every day pretty much. I keep getting the feeling of stomach contents backing up into my esophagus, belching often, regurgitation, and food sometimes sticking in my throat and chest. I've had two endoscopies which discovered I had a 1 cm hiatus hernia but everything else was fine. I had a manometry and 24-hour pH testing which was also normal (my specialist suspected... (5 replies)
At wits end. :(
Dec 12, 2016
... hour pH testing a few months later. The results came back normal although it said that I had mass regurgitation. ... (2 replies)
... rely LSN if all of the tests came back normal, and then the treatment would've been trial and error nerve drugs. But that wasn't the case after the results of my 24 hour pH and impedance test showed that I have a lot of reflux reaching my throat. ... (18 replies)
... I know it's been awhile, but I ran across this posting and just wanted to offer some empathy. I tried to do the manometry and impedence study yesterday but my gag reflex was so strong I could not stop throwing up. There is nothing to be ashamed of. If your body can't tolerate it , that's not your fault! And there IS still hope. You could get the 48 hour bravo (off meds) and if... (12 replies)
... The only testing I've had done were two sedated endoscopies in 2009 and 2010. The new doctor obviously wants to do more testing before recommending surgery so today I was scheduled for the esophageal manometry and insertion of the 24 tube. ... (12 replies)
... or 24 hour PH test. My local gastroenterologist referred me to a specialist at Massachusetts General when nothing has helped my LPR. ... (0 replies)
... I found the pH testing to be very valuable in helping me understand if my symptoms were actually acid reflux related and how severe things were. ... (1 replies)
... I've had the typical 24 hr pH test done 3 times and one upper restech probe pH test done once. It seems I have to have one about every 2 years or less. ... (3 replies)
... The first 2 tests by my GI doc were traditional pH monitoring tests. ... (1 replies)


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