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... depressant which calms anxiety and I had a sore, burning throat from LPR and it wad used to calm the nerves in my throat. ... (1 replies)
... something there. When I drink a lot of coffee or smoke it's more likely that I can feel it and it becomes irritating, or if my throat is really dry and I start swallowing a lot out of anxiety. I don't think it makes sense to think it is your digestive situation that is causing it to get worse or better. ... (16 replies)
... Just a though on the excess saliva, instead of keep swallowing why not spit into a tissue when it's convenient. ... (11 replies)

... Hi all... Just had the manometry and currently having the pH study. Manometry was difficult for me because I DID have another panic attack the first time the nurse tried to insert the probe. Some tears, gagging and spit-up later, the nurse tried again. I found that breathing deeply according to the nurse's instructions and staring dead-eyed at a point at the wall helped me... (11 replies)
... Hi, It appears you do have acid reflux. From my own experience I would suggest the following: 1. If your Doctor is suspecting ulcers then you need to see a Gastroenterologist an most likely he/she will perform an endoscopy to see inside your stomach. If ulcers are found, most likely they were caused by H pylori and not by protein in your diet. A therapy of 2 antibiotics and... (2 replies)
... een trying to follow all the rules for reflux diet but the globus feeling does not seem to stay gone very long. It is starting to cause me to have high levels of anxiety and worry, which I think is making it worse. there's no effect on my voice but I do feel a mucousy feeling now and then and clear my throat. ... (2 replies)
... esophagitis attack! Ouch! Never knew swallowing could be so hard. I increased my dosage back up to 10mg, then when that didn't help, my GI increased it to 20mg. ... (11 replies)
... n at the base of my throat. It's like a restricting sensation that cuts me off. This has affected my breathing a bit and I try to not even yawn if I can help it. Swallowing is difficult and my voice keeps on getting more and more hoarse. ... (7 replies)
... I am struggling with the same symptoms. My ears are killing me and I feel like there is a lump in my throat when I swallow. All the doctors tell me its acid reflux or anxiety. Well, I have been on aciphex for 2 months now and recently added zantac at night. I also take carafate 4 times a day. I also feel like I am constantly swallowing. No relief yet. I am to the point of... (4 replies)
... us Nissen had slipped causing LPR. While there are a number of people who successfully use alternate treatments, I found some medications to be more helpful. For anxiety I took 10 mg of amitriptyline each night before bed. It helps you sleep and it calms the nerves in the throat. It helps with swallowing also. ... (39 replies)
... am at a certain angle too I get throat and or spasms in my chest and throat of course I think I am dying.. heart ultrasound and ekg is fine...its a combo of the anxiety and gerd and post nasal drip. ... (3 replies)
... Im sorry but the thought of twilight sedation scares me just as much. Ive never had it, and from what i have read it is a state where you are conscious yet unable to move. Thats like paralysis. So if you were having a panic attack, you wouldnt even be able to move! Numbing spray would surely affect the way you swallow? That could trigger a panic attack. Panic attacks can... (8 replies)
... I've had multiple endoscopies and have always had the 'twilight' type sedation. If you have anxiety issues, it may be a better option for you. ... (8 replies)
... I also had more frequent urination last week but it seems like it went away away now. It's hard for me to tell if these are all real symptoms or are a result of anxiety and me googling symptoms. Especially since I didn't really notice my swallowing symptoms until I read about esophageal and throat cancer. ... (13 replies)
... r me to do my back exercises for chronic back pain that I was having, I could never lay upside down on my inversion table either. This caused more depression and anxiety which made the physical symptoms much worse. ... (18 replies)
... She is having extreme anxiety and I think is depressed because she feels terrible every day. ... (6 replies)
... Anyway there obviously is nothing to was down and that drink of water provides not relief.. While swallowing I feel what feels like very mild pain right at where I would imagine my stomach and esophagus come together. Today I woke up and it appears to be worse. ... (2 replies)
... Hello! This is my first time posting. I am unsure if this is even where I should be. I am a 26 year old female, 125 pounds, non smoker, moderate drinker. In early June I went to sleep with what I would describe as extreme heartburn. I woke up with a sharp stabbing pain in my chest, right below my left breast that shot through to the back. I also had an odd tingling/pain in my... (4 replies)
... he Barium swallow and esophageal exam, and it showed the nerve damage. I also had a Bravo test and it showed minimal reflux. Thanks for the wishes, just wish the anxiety would pass it causes my heart to pound. ... (11 replies)
... I know anxiety can mimic LPR symptoms and vice versa. I also know that each can make the other worse. I am working to resolve or at least control the anxiety. ... (2 replies)


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