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Gerd or lpr?
May 26, 2011
... Unfortunately it sounds like you do have LPR. LPR and GERD are similiar and brought about by some of the same issues, but are seperate diseases in themselves. GERD causes stomach problems that can be very intense and that can travel into the chest area, the back, and even the jaw bone region. Some people have intense burning wherever the acid irritation develops. Heartburn... (6 replies)
Gerd or lpr?
May 25, 2011
... s and GERD symptoms are almost certainly caused by the same underlying problem. I experience symptoms ranging from a bitter taste in my mouth, to hoarseness, to excessive mucus, to heartburn. Some of these symptoms are "GERD symptoms," while others are "LPR symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... I had my ENT appt. today and I just want to try and help others who are having this extreme or excessive mucus dilemma. ... (91 replies)

... Hi, I am suffering from lpr and had these symptoms for 2 years. sore throat, water brash, constant excessive mucus, saliva, voice changes, dysphagia, lump in throat, vomiting clear bile once a week at least, spasms all over body but especially in the back of my neck, problems with my right foot, acid in mouth, stomachache, backache,:yawn: chronic fatique, anxiety,... (14 replies)
... All in all, I'd rather have those mild symptoms off and on than take a PPI. Except, perhaps, for the excessive mucus. That stuff can be like Chinese water torture, the way it hits my swallowing reflex every five or ten seconds. ... (19 replies)
... eventually work but i know it might take awhile. im struggling to swallow properly and lost loads of weight im now 7st and feeling very weak and very ill, i have excessive mucus in my throat constantly and feel sick alot of the time. ... (5 replies)
... particularly less noticeable reflux, but the irritation, inflammation, excessive mucus, etc. took about 10 weeks of Nexium plus lifestyle changes to improve. ... (7 replies)
... I had an endoscopy done and it showed everything was okay. But for the last 5 years I've had trouble with excessive mucus, congestion, coughing, vomiting/regurgitation during or right after meals, constant throat clearing, but no heartburn. It seems the symptoms are pretty common with LPR and I have been taking omrepazole for the last month which has made me feel better but... (1 replies)
... sinus drainage, and always have the feeling of mucus in my throat. ... (1 replies)
... at the back of my throat. I am takin Protonix and zantac and so far it's helped alot. I don't feel like I am fighting for air and its greatly slowed the mucus coming up but the breath is still bad so I am unsure how to tackle that... ... (22 replies)
... It sounds like reflux. That's what all of us on here are dealing with. I can tell when I am eating things that cause my acid reflux. I get a post nasal drip thing going with thick mucus. Yuck! Then it makes me think I have a sinus infection. It's a vicious cycle and hard to figure out. I can't stand it! Hang in there. And maybe check out your diet. Changing things could help... (2 replies)
... It usually can break up mucus..For some reason though your body is producing an increased amount of mucus and usually that is related to something else. It might be something pretty simple so I would stay on your doctor about it. ... (2 replies)
... I don't know if GERD is what I have... I've been to the doctor's office twice this month for this excessive PND and throat clearing and chest tightness. ... (1 replies)
... The most frsutrating part for me is I am unsure what to focus my attention on. I don't know whether I have LPR or chronic sinusitis. I have taken the acid reflux meds religously on and off for two years but the bad taste and bad breath and burning thraot persists. I've had two pH tests but the results came back normal for each. I've had four EGD's done and all they find is... (9 replies)
... p it up a few more weeks and to slowly start adding other foods back into my diet. I think this will help me figure out if it sinus infections or LPR causing the excessive mucus and sinus congestion. My minimal weight is 120 if I drop lower than that I plan to start adding foods sooner. ... (9 replies)
LPR or allergies?
Jul 29, 2008
... If that the case go for it. But please read all posts here on the site, search for everything LPR and you'll see many people complain of excessive mucus and congestion and ear pain and sore throats. ... (8 replies)
LPR or allergies?
Jul 28, 2008
... Great question. I had a full allergy workout because my symptoms initially included nasal congestion, PND, and ear pain so I wasn't sure whether I had LPR and allergies or whether one was causing the other. I spend hundreds of hundreds of dollars seeing ENT's and allergists but nothing, I'd guess about 2k-3k over the past two years. I had allergy testing and I found I was... (8 replies)
... Leagaleagle- -Continual throat clearing - -Chronic throat irritation -Excessive mucus in throat -Chronic cough -Difficulty swallowing -Hoarseness -Post nasal drainage -Lump in the throat -Bad bitter taste in the mouth -Weak voice -Asthma like symptoms -Ear pain/persistent ear infections -Bad breath (from sinusitis) (15 replies)
... complain of excessive coughing, again all symptoms I have. Other manifestations of LPR include asthma and sinusitis, which occur due to mucosal irritation. ... (15 replies)
... Actually my first symptoms were ear pain pressure and bad breath. The ear pain is from the excessive mucus that gets in your Eustacian tube, I think that's hope you spell it. ... (8 replies)

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