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... No alcohol is best. Really...if you want an honest answer. That said, I find I have to avoid all fermented alcohol. Beer and wine are both horrible for me and I have symptoms for days after less than half a glass. ... (5 replies)
... oblems over the past 5 months. The past few months i have been feeling a lot better been eating normal food when and what i want. My doctors seem to think it was gerd but never really had all the symptoms. I just can tell i have a lot more acid in my stomach sometimes. ... (5 replies)
... of Omeprazile once a day right before diner. I've been doing this for only 2 days now so I don't see much of a difference yet, however I had like a quarter of a beer yesterday and immediately felt the extreme pain in my throat after, but I don't seem to actually get a "heart burn" like most people. ... (3 replies)

... of Omeprazile once a day right before diner. I've been doing this for only 2 days now so I don't see much of a difference yet, however I had like a quarter of a beer yesterday and immediately felt the extreme pain in my throat after, but I don't seem to actually get a "heart burn" like most people. ... (3 replies)
... Wow, do I know what you're going through! I don't drink or smoke anymore. I'm no doctor, but I have just about everything you wrote and I have silent GERD. Just found out through an endoscopy that I also have gastritis. My GP told me a few months ago that I have costochondritis. I have pain in my sternum, left side and back, along with fibromyalgia and a few other things.... (4 replies)
... So.. before I find a different doctor I was wondering if those were signs of gerd or lpr? ... (4 replies)
... Ok this may be long, but i want to be thorough!!about 2 years ago, i was getting tonsilitus virtually every month. I went to see an ENT who is well known & a family member gave me a recco. The first two times i saw him in a couple of months he was very professional & mentioned, "listen, normally the first time/ 2nd time i see a patient, i dont suggest getting your tonsils... (1 replies)
... Hey Laporte, I've been suffering from LPR for some time now. I eliminated all my trigger foods but I still get it. I also cut out tea/coffee and beer. Not done the pro-biotics yet, which do you take? Also what time of vitamin B do you take? And how much? Did you get your vitamin levels checked by a DR? Thanks, (3 replies)
... we also have the responsibility to fight back when our body says no to our favorite foods. If we choose to give in to what our body tells us we are giving in to the illness. Bob eats a big mac then washes it down with a beer. He goes home and lies down to sleep. He suffers no heartburn whatsoever. Anne lives a life of fear, constantly monitoring what she eats in case her... (15 replies)
... So i haven't been taking my PPI's for a long time, just taking maalox and getting away with it. I ate some really bad stuff and overdid it a few too many times and ended up with major gastritis. My problem now is my stomach is obviously inflamed. I had to go to the hospital and get IV pepcid to soothe my stomach. I am being careful what i eat now (past few days),... (4 replies)
Acid Reflux/GERD
Nov 7, 2012
... For the past couple of years, typical college kid lifestyle ie...junk food, beer on the weekends, low sleep due to work and course schedule. ... (0 replies)
... I was diagnosed empirically with GERD at age 20 after tolerating the symptoms for several months. ... (10 replies)
... I think the least acidic alcoholic drink I can tolerate (a single glass here and there and always with food) is white wine. Red wine is highly acidic, and I think most forms of alcohol have a low PH (meaning they are acidic). Alcohol causes the stomach to produce excess acid and it is highly irritating to the stomach. That excess acid is going to back up into the esophagus.... (6 replies)
... Red wine is out, beer out, what is the least acidic alcoholic drink? ... (6 replies)
... ensure plus ! many flavors available not cheap though, but get him to drink enough a day for him to get at least ! 800 to 1200 calories give or take each day. some times a dr can fill a prescript for these so that he doesnt have to pay for them at all. um when i could swallow hardly at all after they dilated my throat, i drank 2 ensure a day plus 3 slim fast a day to gain... (12 replies)
... ent the to my GI and had a barium swallow, which came back saying I have spontaneous esophageal reflux disorder, and then an upper GI, which came back confirming GERD and a small hiatal hernia. ... (12 replies)
... Regarding "the odd beer": Most trigger foods, I can occasionally consume in moderation. Alcohol and coffee always cause me issues, even in small portions. It varies. If you 100% give up all foods and drinks that even might potentially cause reflux, you'll starve. See what lifestyle measures you really need and where you need to compromise. (19 replies)
... For me, beer, which I love, makes me feel like CRAP. So for some of us, the odd beer is just enough to send us over the edge. If it's not one of your big triggers though, go for it! ... (19 replies)
... GERD is undoubtedly made worse by getting drunk, but a don't think the odd beer here and there makes it a problem. ... (19 replies)
... I did a bunch of lifestyle stuff when I was diagnosed with Barrett's. Here goes: We tilted our bed so it's about 7" higher at head of bed. Took us (me and bf - who has no health problems despite eating everything spicy on the planet - go figure!) about a week to get used to. Very helpful. I also have IBS so I have a few lifestyle changes from that which I'll include... (19 replies)


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