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LPR Treatment
Jan 28, 2014
... Could anyone tell me what the best medication and treatment is for LPR? ... (6 replies)
... happy to share what has worked for me. I had the same experience with the LPR diagnois. My LPR was extremely severe. ... (55 replies)
... little bit. Along with this symptoms, a strange sensation in the back of the throat came along, sometimes after a few hours after I eat, sometimes if I don't eat for a few hours. It has no pattern , all that I know is if I drink water is is much worse. ... (5 replies)

... I have been under the care of a neurologist for several years in an attempt to treat chronic facial pain. In late December of 2010, I began seeing Dr. ... (42 replies)
... What surgery did you get? The Nissen fundoplication? (10 replies)
... Hey MountainReader. I have a few questions for you, if you don't mind. I believe, that I am suffering from LPR reflux for the last 5 years have not gotten it officially diagnosed. I'm only 22 years old. I had an endoscopy and it came back normal. ... (10 replies)
... I had severe acid reflux that was causing the same problems for me. At one point, I even needed emergency treatment because it triggered a severe asthma attack and I almost stopped breathing all together. ... (10 replies)
... I'd say that for most people the Nissen Fundiplication really isn't necessary. That said, I'm one of those people who chose to have the surgery. ... (15 replies)
... t's an exceptionally aggressive approach to GERD. It often takes several months of medication AND lifestyle changes to get GERD under control so being on Nexium for 4 months and Prilosec for 4 months is a fairly short period of treatment to even begin considering the Nissen procedure. ... (15 replies)
... I would think that is the best way to know for sure how much the allergies are playing into things. I know that allergy testing may not be practical for you right now though. ... (8 replies)
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... exium twice a day again or what. I was using OTC Prilosec but honestly I'm not better on them. I did get 2 nasal sprays and one is not a steriod. I also asked for Allergra this time since I remember it helped way back when. He did say that your body becomes immune to different meds and you sometimes need to switch around. ... (13 replies)
... d about 6 months ago when I first had symptoms of LPR, mainly a lump in the throat feeling. I went my doctor who prescribed prilosec otc which I took twice a day for several months. It wasn't helping very much and she was going to try another proton pump inhibitor. ... (3 replies)
OTC Medication
Aug 2, 2006
... reducers and the principle ingredient, Ranitidine, is found in many preparations like Tagamet and Xantac. These are great drugs for occasional heartburn, but typically, they simply fail to be strong enough to treat the misery called LPR. ... (2 replies)
Feb 24, 2006
... thought most of the time, this condition is permanent. LPR is treated with 2 doses of a Proton Pump Inhibitor each day. ... (8 replies)
... Skylar, I really understand how your feel nervous about taking medication every day. However, LPR is a serious condition, and left untreated, can lead to even less pleasant possibilities, like laryngeal and esophageal cancers, and Barret's esophagous. ... (23 replies)
... ur symptoms have not improved on the medication. I would ask your doctor about a change in medicine. Also, it would be a good idea to seek a gastroenterologist for an endoscopy. It is really the only way to know what is going on with certainty and to treat you appropriately. ... (1 replies)
Is LPR or not??
Feb 21, 2016
... she wants to try a different acid reflux medication. They might also want you stay on it for more than 2 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... Well, first off ... Thank you for allowing me to pontificate and rant! Lol ... it's been a long 30 years of instability coupled with counterbalance. ... (9 replies)
... Well, first off ... Thank you for allowing me to pontificate and rant! Lol ... it's been a long 30 years of instability coupled with counterbalance. ... (9 replies)

Associated Tags: acid reflux, gerd - physical issues, lpr (laryngopharyngeal reflux), shortness of breath

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