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... does it burn your throat going down? ... (2 replies)
... ng up into your esophegus. Some people may have low stomach acid which may cause indigestion when eating.. which then can cause heartburn. for these people the vinegar may work by aiding in digestion. ... (10 replies)
... I believe that Betaine HCL is pretty safe, but I never had the nerve to stick with it. I was always paranoid that I would get one of those pills stuck in my throat were it would disolve and burn! ... (3 replies)

... I am currently a twenty year old college student, and about two and a half years ago, my throat began to burn. I had just come back from a concert, so for a week or so I just thought I had strained my throat from singing too loudly. ... (4 replies)
... Painter, I never tried ACV for GERD, but you mean if people have no burning in the throat then ACV is good? ... (35 replies)
... If you don't have any burning in your throat or esaphogus I guess it's worth a try. But if you have pain in those places It wouldn't be a good idea. It will make it burn. ... (35 replies)
... I personally can't imagine drinking ACV, as foods with even a bit of vinegar burn my throat. ... (13 replies)
... will feel swollen and stiff, and sometimes like my tongue is pulling towards the left. This leads to a feeling of my throat being tightened and that my airway is diminished. It doesn't hurt much and its not so bad that I can't breathe or anything, its just very uncomfortable. ... (68 replies)
... The Braggs vinegar you can find in any health food store. It's also available online. might want to google it to see what it looks like. ... (8 replies)
... slight indigestion...a lot of belching...much burning all the way up into my throat during the day...the doc said I could try the ACP...I take it before each meal ... ... (18 replies)
... ginger syrup. I haven't done apple cider vinegar since this flare up, tried it one day and I basically could feel it bubble and come right back up and burn. I also do DGL, slippery elm. ... (3 replies)
... is not enough acid the bacteria grow and cause problems in the stomach and people consider to much acid because bubbles force acid through the valve and onto the throat lining causing pain. The problem is there is not enough stomach acid to kill the pathogens therefore the stomach becomes a bacterial cesspool. ... (2 replies)
... about not eating spicy food etc. Anyway, the Nexium gave me extreme chest pains and pain between my shoulder blades, it hurt even to drink water as it seemed to burn my esophagus on the way down. ... (7 replies)
... the acid available to splash back up my esophagus. Hopefully medicine can come up with an answer, meantime I tried all the natural methods , aloe vera, DGL , apple cider vinegar etc.. nothing worked. ... (55 replies)
Symptoms
Jul 10, 2012
... Thank you for the information, I'll start using apple cider vinegar in my salads. I am just afraid not to burn my stomach with too much vinegar. But your doctor is right, post nasal drip might cause mucus in the back of the throat as well. ... (23 replies)
... I've tried the apple cider vinegar. I've diluted 1 Tablespoon of it in a cup of water. Because my throat is so inflamed from the lpr, it burns like crazy. Even when it didn't burn, it didn't seem to help. ... (40 replies)
... Sometimes I feel nausea, other times I feel the "burn" as you call it. Other times my throat is sore. Read up all you can and do not be frightened. It is a manageable condition. ... (38 replies)
... magnesium has antiacid properties as well. I have used Apple Cider Vinegar and have found it to be helpful as well. You can google searches on ACV and different theories as to why it works. I take mine diluted in water through a straw. ... (2 replies)
... I'm sure that you've read about the claims about Apple Cider Vinegar helping. I've been taking it for a couple of weeks now along with my other meds, but I haven't noticed a big difference yet. ... (18 replies)
How Long?
Oct 20, 2007
... I started drinking a couple of gulps of cider vinegar every morning..I feel so much better, and very rarely get any type of pain or indegestion. ... (11 replies)


Associated Tags: acid reflux, burning tongue, gerd, gerd - physical issues, lpr (laryngopharyngeal reflux), nexium

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