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... It is my understanding from my specialists that the wrap can appear intact during an EGD, but the EGD won't necessarily show if the wrap has slipped and may miss if it is too tight. My Pulmonologist said if the wrap is too tight it can result in some of the same symptoms. ... (14 replies)
... Reflux can cause palpitations and shortness of breath, especially if the acid hits the vagus nerve. I haven't heard of high blood pressure being a reflux symptom, but sometimes high blood pressure improves when another medical problem resolves. ... (4 replies)
... Can a hernia be felt, do hernia's hurt? what are the symptoms of a hernia? (14 replies)

... my heart palps and near fainting and now my newly diagnosed hiatus hernia. ... (14 replies)
... Sounds like vagus nerve to me. Good advice!! ... (14 replies)
... i have the same issue. it is the vagus nerve becoming irritated after eating. the vagus lays right along the esophagus inside the body and that is what causes it. It truly is a terrible disease and you have to be so careful what you eat. See a gastroenterologist and have him or nher advise you. ... (14 replies)
... Well, if it's happening after eating, that's a sign it could be digestive! When acid comes up, it can irritate the vagus nerve, which can cause all kinds of wacky symptoms. ... (14 replies)
... aspirin, or if you had a surgical breathing tube pulled out and it all began that day, this probably applies. ... (91 replies)
... There has been a great response on this thread, I must say that the fact that there are so many here with acid reflux and palpitations just makes it more likely that they are linked. ... (36 replies)
... Yes, I get those symptoms. I've had reflux off and on for years. ... (7 replies)
... before I ever started getting reflux.. however I have read that the vagus nerve, which connects the stomach and controls the heartbeat, can be irritated by relflux and spasms, which can then set off a heart palpatation. ... (14 replies)
... the medicine, because I noticed this lots of times before I knew I had a reflux problem. It would hit me mostly when I lay down to sleep. I could get to sleep but I'd just notice it when I'd lie to bed many times. ... (14 replies)
Acid reflux
Oct 11, 2014
... I have pretty severe reflux issues and now get it under control for periods of time, then have 'flares' usually triggered by a cough. ... (3 replies)
... I have not been diagnosed with anything acid wise yet. But, I do burp constantly all day. With those burps, sometimes I have food come back up. ... (2 replies)
... LPR as something else, falsely being treated as acid reflux? ... (1 replies)
... I am sorry to hear your son's problem and I feel for you and him. I am happy to hear you are trying to do everything you can to ensure his health and happiness. I am a fundoplication patient myself, had a toupet fundo last year. For me, it's not what i wanted and has not worked well. ... (4 replies)
Nausea and reflux
Dec 23, 2011
... Yup, reflux can cause nausea. Sometimes it's a result of the stomach acid tickling the vagus nerve. ... (1 replies)
... July 2010 I noticed a slight lump just below my lower right rib. It moves and it doesnt necesarily hurt. I was obviously alarmed. I am 6' 210 lbs and lift weights 6 days a week for the past 24 years. I could eat whatever I wanted and whenever I wanted and never had a problem. Never took medicines of any kind. ... (7 replies)
... What exactly is the Vagus nerve? ... (4 replies)
... I am looking for help also. Years of this nightmare...finally after all the tests and misery, I am told I have bile reflux. Not acid reflux. The meds for acid reflux that I have taken for years have only made the symptions worse. I cannot take the medication the doctor gave me for the bile reflux. ... (38 replies)


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