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... Hello LynnC. I have been on PPI's for over 10 yrs and have tried to reduce or get off of the meds several times, without success. ... (2 replies)
... avoid straws and carbonated beverages, no tight belts, liquid antacid at bedside. ... (1 replies)
... er the counter remedies that can be very helpful. They can be used individually or all three, depending on the severity of your symptoms. The mildest is a liquid antacid which is taken to counteract the acid in stomach and coat esophagus to prevent burning from reflux. It works within five minutes. ... (2 replies)

... od probiotic. Its best to reduce dairy products while doing this, but if they don't bother you, try that kind. If the diary based ones don't agree with you, look for Saccaromyces Boulardii. ... (7 replies)
LPR after 3 months
May 30, 2017
... Start taking 2 a day PPI and one antacid when going to sleep. How long I am not sure, I've been doing this for 4 months, will taper off in a couple months and see how that goes. ... (0 replies)
Gerd and Influenza
May 16, 2016
... You need to allow time for it to heal and remake the mucous. ... (10 replies)
... Taken omeprazole for two and a half months. It resolved a lot of the symptoms temporarily, but they came back after a while, and then the omeprazole seemed to stop working. ... (9 replies)
... liquids work best, IMO. An antacid with simethicone reduces acidity and gas both. ... (8 replies)
... the same thing, also in the left breast area. It will go away as your acid symptoms subside. I use Pepcid AC and Dexilant. Pepto also works well. Cutting out alcohol and caffeine for a while is the way to go while your body repairs, then test the waters again in a few months. Try a magnesium supplement too. ... (3 replies)
... In the end, it took a diet change and a change to my eating habits to fix the problem. It was quite painful for a while there. Things I learned? ... (4 replies)
... but if you can try some antacid meds like Prilosec, Gaviscon or even Pepto and they make you feel better, then your problem is likely acid related. ... (4 replies)
... pillows, or a wedge shaped pillow. Keep a bottle of antacid at bedside as a test and for relief. If you get the burning in the night, take a dose of the antacid. If it is reflux of acid into esophagus, it will feel better very quickly. ... (7 replies)
... e causing me a bit of heartburn. The first two days, the nurses had given me Gaviscon in a little cup, but then this pill appeared instead and I was told it was for the heartburn so I took it. When my steroids were finished, I discontinued the omeprazole on my own accord. ... (34 replies)
... Having acid reach your nose isnt uncommon in reflux sufferers. I've felt it in my back, throat and just the right side of my chest. It can manifest differently for each person. Are you on any medication for reflux? ... (8 replies)
... Hi Rose. Haven't posted in a while. It's encouraging to see you have been having decent days but I feel for you when you have those horrible ones. If we could only know for sure that this is the rebound and this, too will pass. ... (110 replies)
Prilosec otc
Dec 5, 2008
... based foods and anything else that causes your acid to flare up as much as possible for a while. ... (8 replies)
... e same issues. Had every test known to man. Probelm is anxiety makes indigestion worse and indigestion makes anxiety worse. If i were you i would stay off any alcohol for a few weeks and focus on relaxing before and after meals. ... (8 replies)
... e same issues. Had every test known to man. Probelm is anxiety makes indigestion worse and indigestion makes anxiety worse. If i were you i would stay off any alcohol for a few weeks and focus on relaxing before and after meals. ... (8 replies)


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