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... hi new to these message boards hoping to receive and hopefully be able to give advice I was diagnosed with a hiatus hernia a very long time ago also acid reflux they seem to come hand in hand had all the tests numerous medications over the years, it's been a long haul but found out over the years things that help and things that can irritate it and still learning all the time... (1 replies)
... Thank you for your response. The 24hr PH is one thing that I haven't had done yet but it was recommended as a next step by my doctor. As of now I have been told to take Prilosec twice a day. There were no stress related changes back in June however there is one thing that happened to me that I believe set all of this off. I am into weight lifting and cardio as well. It was the... (22 replies)
... To rule out acid reflux, you need to have a 24hr PH Monitoring test done. That is where they attach a small device to your esophagus that monitors the PH. ... (22 replies)

... continue my lifestyle changes as well. The doctors didn't just prescribe the PPI's twice per day. I had multiple tests that were repeated over time to confirm reflux and see how the treatments were working. ... (91 replies)
... Has anyone tried breathing exercises for acid reflux? ... (5 replies)
... Would you do anything about the acid reflux if you do not 'feel' it? ... (4 replies)
... Hey, I had the burning tongue and the acid reflux and the hiatal hernia. Before I read your post, I didn't think the burning tongue was related to the other two. But anyway, they're all gone now. ... (13 replies)
... Not sure I saw this, so I thought I'd start a discussion. There is absolutely no question that Acid Reflux/GERD makes it much harder to exercise, but it obviously doesn't give anyone an excuse not to do so. For me, If I'm doing some fast running and/or jumping, the chances are that whatever is in my stomach will come up and give me a very uncomfortable feeling (not... (2 replies)
Acid reflux diet
Nov 11, 2012
... You quit dip exercises too? ... (8 replies)
... Don't lose your motivation to count calories. Whatever you do, keep it up. Take things one step at a time. With your doctor's supervision, your goal should be to get to the point where you can start doing some light exercises. What's your next step with your doctor? Is he going to proceed with some kind of surgery? Or, has he suggested a treatment regimen? Believe it... (1 replies)
... Thanks so much for the exercises for reflux!! I have a prescription but refuse to fill it..To many side effects. ... (5 replies)
... That can happen if you suffer from acid reflux. Propping up the head of your bed may help to reduce it. ... (2 replies)
... Yeah I posted exactly what my endoscopy report said, which to me did not seem like acid reflux but they continued me on that regiment. ... (45 replies)
... Do you practice these exercises because all of you have trouble swallowing? ... (31 replies)
... I've gotten back to breathing exercises after a long absence, and the great thing is they can be done just about anywhere, including doctor's offices. Thanks for posting about them again. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks for the breathing tips! I've been most interested in something like this to deal with the reflux and stress, which seem to go "hand in hand. ... (5 replies)
... Yep. Know all those feelings well and if I'm certain of one thing that causes my reflux to get worse, it's stress and anxiety. The seem to go "hand in hand. ... (5 replies)
... it worse. Bending and lifting are not good. I usually start coughing my head off when I try and work out but of course I still do things. I have the LPR type reflux and symptoms every day. Some days are better than others. ... (4 replies)
... I was doing stomach crunches early on when my reflux started. Probably contributed to it I would imagine. I just do eliptical now and weights, no abdominal exercises. ... (4 replies)
... Do not eat 1 hr. before working out. Do not drink a lot of liquids before working out. Sip on cold water every 10-15 minutes while exercising. Do not do jarring exercises. Be sure and eat only small meals. A full stomach is a sure way to get food back up the esophagus. (4 replies)


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