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... Well, I always have a bowl of oatmeal about 2 or 3 hours before bedtime so I won't be hungry when I'm trying to get to sleep. Also, I take a Saw Palmetto herbal supplement at that time. ... (2 replies)
... Hello everyone....Im new to the board. I need some help. I have bad acid reflux and have lost alot of weight! I weigh 90lbs and need some info on how I can gain. I cannot take Nexium or Prilosec because of the side effects.... ... (0 replies)
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... Hey guys. I'm new to the forums, and I'm desperate for help and advice from other acid reflux sufferers. ... (3 replies)
Acid Reflux
May 3, 2013
... I had acid Reflux for a while but it really started late last year January 2012. ... (1 replies)
... Drinking apple juice and water and oatmeal and dry sandwiches. In small portions, always making sure to chew thoroughly. ... (0 replies)
... I wanted to share my path for dealing with acid reflux and GERD without taking PPI's. I had digestion difficulties since 2010 when my gallbladder was removed. ... (1 replies)
... arbs. Therefore, I seem to eat lean meats, veggies, salads and certain fruits such as pears and peaches. Lots of refined carbs, bread, oatmeal, and dairy trigger reflux symptoms for me. ... (7 replies)
... If I eat the wrong food or one of the triggers in the morning, I can have heartburn that lasts for hours, even when I take acid blocking medicine. However, if I avoid the "trigger," I can sometimes manage to have an entire day with almost no heartburn. ... (16 replies)
... I think acid reflux and GERD are the same thing or pretty close. ... (12 replies)
... I've been suffering from a big flare up of acid reflux the past two months. I was eating soft grinded food initially because solid foods weren't going down right. ... (14 replies)
... blood work and EKG came back normal. The first time in ER I was told it was anxiety and the second time the doctor said he suspects it may be Esophagitis due to Acid Reflux and prescripted Protonix. ... (1 replies)
... Would you share that list of foods to avoid? I'm ok on oatmeal, bland soups, jello, grilled chicken breast, jello and fruit like watermelon and cantaloupe! This is far from my usual diet of eggs, bacon, salads with dressing, burgers, fries, spicy foods, diet coke! Oh, and pizza! I can't touch any of it anymore, the burning that it brings on with it radiating to my back is... (45 replies)
... ry that some of you may not be sharing your ordeal with your doctors. I understand the desire to be 'off medication' and I want that as well. Long term untreated acid reflux irritates the esophagus and can eventually lead to throat cancer. Weight gain and certain foods can affect heartburn, as can some medications. ... (30 replies)
... I am a 24 year old college student from California who was diagnosed with Acid Reflux disease and a medium sized Hiatal Hernia back in January of this year. ... (2 replies)
Acid reflux
Nov 17, 2009
... People can get acid reflux from any food or beverage. Why don't you avoid the oatmeal if it does that to you? ... (1 replies)
Acid reflux
Nov 17, 2009
... I experience major acid reflux shortly after eating oatmeal. Is this something normal or should i stop eating the oatmeal altogether to prevent further damage to my esophagus? ... (1 replies)
... compliant has not hurt him. With acid reflux, it's a different story! Everytime your hubby eats something he shouldn't, he'll pay for it. ... (6 replies)
... My acid reflux didn't show up until after I was on a strict diet and lost 33 pounds! Since this all started I have had to switch my diet to alot of carby stuff... ... (4 replies)
... Thank you (4 replies)




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