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... Digestive bitter causes your acids to be more effective in your digestion, which in turn will stop your acid reflux. In my case I used the bitter at dinner for about a week then only as needed. The throat problem your having could very well be caused from your acid reflux. ... (1 replies)
... I think I have LPR, with symptoms of bitter taste, pressure behind my nose, aching throat but not when I swallow, a tickle in my throat and a strange tickling in my chest and stomach sometimes, (like when you stand on the edge of a cliff and look down and get that rush of adrenaline...) I was on antibiotics for three weeks, all docs thought I had a sinus infection until I had... (0 replies)
... len sore throat. It starting to recover until one of my Chinese friend bring me his Chinese medicine, advice by him, just swallow a tea spoon, it taste extremely bitter for the small little tea spoon volume. A days later it works to heal my swollen sore throat, luckily for the Chinese Medicine from my friend. ... (5 replies)

... Hi there Many thanks for your reply. I have noticed certain foods make it worse - pizza, cheese, tomatoes, milk, eggs, garlic, onions, chocolate, tea....... However, even when I avoid these things the taste is still present - almost constantly but lessened. Would that be possible with GERD? Thank you :) (9 replies)
... Mrspinkrat, I believe you have several of the classic signs of acid reflux. First, the bitter acidic taste; second, excess phlegm in the throat absent any other obvious causes; and third, a major flare up of symptoms after eating spicy, fattening foods. Yes, I have gerd and you can have some or just one symptom, and it can be ongoing for a while. Sorry to hear about this. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, thank you for your response. I don't know much about PND. How would I know if I've got that? The taste is utterly awful :( (9 replies)
... Do you suffer any Nasal problems as PND could be the cause. The fact that you have to clear your throat can relate to both Acid Reflux and PND, Solofelix. (9 replies)
... For the past 2 months I have been experiencing an extremely bitter taste in my mouth..... ... (9 replies)
... of my symptoms got better and so i stopped it cuz was afraid it would create any other side effects. But now after stopping it again the symptom of bitter taste in my mouth burning tongue painful gums andmouth ulcers are coming up. ... (2 replies)
... Post nasal drop. Huge amount of mucus in the back of my throat which is virtualy impossible to remove. ... (9 replies)
... The "yucky" taste in your throat is a common symptom of acid reflux. Usually it's described as a sour or bitter taste and is caused by stomach contents getting regurgitated into the throat. ... (13 replies)
... That is one of my most annoying symptoms that and the bitter sour constant taste in my mouth. I am back on ppis and they help.. ... (5 replies)
... to have the scope down the nose at the ENT, it really isn't bad at all. It takes less than 5 minutes and you are totally numbed by the spray. The spray tastes a bitter but doesn't last that long. I was happy to have it done so I know that there isn't any serious damage in my throat. ... (19 replies)
... aware that there is acid coming up into the throat. I have trouble swallowing at times and have the feeling that something is stuck in my throat. I often have a bitter or sour taste in my mouth, also. Sometimes it happens simply from drinking water! ... (2 replies)
... After eating certain foods, ie breadsticks, I get this bitter-like feeling in the back of my throat. It almost feels like there is something blocking airway. It's been a couple years that I've been choking on my food - I did an esophogram and it came out normal. I don't get any acid reflex (from what I can tell), no burping or upset stomach feeling. What could this be? (2 replies)
Bitter taste
Aug 2, 2006
... It's pretty possible that you do have acid reflux. A lot of people don't feel heartburn. What could be happening is when you are laying down, the acid is coming back up through your throat. You should get checked to see if the muscle that closes the stomach, ( I always blank on the name, LES or something it's called) isn't closing right. (1 replies)
... ry day pretty much. I keep getting the feeling of stomach contents backing up into my esophagus, belching often, regurgitation, and food sometimes sticking in my throat and chest. I've had two endoscopies which discovered I had a 1 cm hiatus hernia but everything else was fine. ... (5 replies)
... I would like to kindly ask some questions and would greatly appreciate any help: 1. Could I have worsened my HH with weight lifting? I had done some of that recently. Not likely so don't stress about this. I have the same thing and lift daily. 2. Does anyone know how a sliding HH actually slides/moves? No Internet source or dr. seems to be able to explain this very... (7 replies)
... Please help. I am losing my family, my children and my sanity. I am paralyzed with fear because I just realized this disease is serious, it is chronic, dangerous and not going anywhere without surgery - which itself apparently presents enormous risks, including making things worse than they were before and irreversible. I have been doing so much reading and research for over... (7 replies)
... Hello I've been having the following symptoms for over 6 months now and would like advice, could I have GERD? - persistent cough over 3 months. Saw dr had chest X-ray etc nothing found. Was prescribed an inhaler for asthma but did not have a lung function test. Also prescribed a mild GERD med for 2 weeks. Cough went for a few months and is now back - bitter/sour taste... (4 replies)

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