... roat is mildly irritated most of the time. For the last seven months or so, I catch every single cold my kids bring home from school, and it always blows up into bronchitis almost immediately. The dr. says it's because the stomach acid has been aspirating into my lungs for so long. ... (3 replies)
... I had endoscopy before with full sedation but htat only shows gastritis, but I didn't have that little camera that they put through your nose to see the vocal cords....I have an appointment in a few months for the ENT doctor and I hear the use this little camera while you are awake.
I don't know whats happening to me, but I keep coughing.
Now on a second thought...I... (3 replies)
... The endoscopy isn't pleasant but doesn't exactly hurt
I would advise sedation and the anaesthetic throat spray
All your symptoms tie in
reflux can cause us to inhale stomach contents into the lungs, so yes, it can cause bronchitis and even pneumonia (3 replies)
... I have GERD and bile reflux already. ... (3 replies)
... Bronchitis possibly can be related to an upset of GERD. From what I've been told when you cough your muscles work in reverse causing acid to go into your esophagus sometimes. I was just told last month by my PCP that I have Gerd but haven't seen a specialist yet. I do want to though. ... (7 replies)
... writing about my issues on a message board. But I suddenly had acid reflux in late January 2016 and I'm super determined to overcome this and the Internet has been a great help so far. ... (7 replies)
... In December I came down with bronchitis that didn't really get better. Unbelievable chest pressure. ... (0 replies)
... Acid reflux can get all the way up your sinus cavities, throat and ear canals. ... (7 replies)
After terrible cough and bronchitis, both of which I got better although once awhile I'm still coughing, particularly laying in the bed or couch in prone position. However, it's pretty manageable by changing position.
After that, I developed a terrible 'acid reflux,' for that I took maximum-dosage of Zantac. After few days' take, I could eat and drink normally. ... (11 replies)
... gerd. she's always had respiratory problems, especially during flu season, seeming to always come down with bronchitis each year, one year pnuemonia. not sure if they can be related or not. ... (12 replies)
... the last 5 years are increasingly calling into question the "difficulty" of making an LPR diagnosis, particularly since we mostly have no heartburn, no previous acid problems until the acute onset, no signs on barium swallow or endoscopy. Well, that's because it's not reflux! ... (91 replies)
... I also had problems after being about 10 days on Clonazepam, developing a cough that turned into bronchitis in a very few days. I went to see two doctors right away, but neither one suspected a connection to the clonazepam. They put me on antibiotics. ... (19 replies)
... My understanding is that "silent reflux" is reflux that does not cause the obvious symptoms of heartburn. ... (2 replies)
... hernia. He has had it for awhile and causes acid reflux. He has been taking 1 pill a day of Prilosec OTC which contains 20mg I think. He was doing well on it. ... (1 replies)
... basically all of your symptoms. This is due to the good old acid reflux which I believe is caused by PND from allergies and sinus issues in my case. ... (4 replies)
I'll definately give that a try..... sometimes I swear I'm falling apart at the seams! :D
Thanks again! I'm gonna run to the store and get some tomorrow! I'll try anything at this point. (2 replies)
... If you're not on anything else for acid reflux, I suggest trying Prilosec OTC. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like you have plenty of experience with Acid Reflux. I wish I had some constructive advice, but I really don't know what to do in your situation. ... (5 replies)
... He did say I need to get the reflux under control, and to my delight said he never found losec any good himself lol. ... (28 replies)
... I am going through something very similar and I'm at my wits' end.
I had a bad bout of bronchitis in April (actually started a month earlier and had to do 2 rounds of antibiotics and a course of steroids).
The lungs took a long time to feel pretty much normal again, but after having the bronchitis, I developed throat problems. Minor irritation, dryness, scratchy.... (2 replies)