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... The interesting thing is that you only experience the symptoms at night. Do you have any other symptoms during the day? ... (4 replies)
... What you are asking is really an individual thing. Treatment depends on the person, how they respond to various treatments and what their symptoms are. ... (18 replies)
... Yes, I experience hoarseness also, especially in the morning. A lot of people with GERD or LPR seem to suffer from it. ... (4 replies)

... relatively healthy doctors have accused me of having it all in my head and basically just fob me off. ... (6 replies)
Gerd Symptoms
Jun 16, 2006
... homeopathy. It is really working. no PPI's and no more symptoms. I do still have to be careful with how I eat but it has only been a week. The Dr. said it could take about a month for the damage to heal. ... (95 replies)
Lpr death
Jun 8, 2014
... the cardiac clinic who were athletes and had both recently had open heart surgery. He said they were in their prime and both very fit when the genetic stuff out of their control hit. So in answer to your question, "why are you being punished"? ... (4 replies)
... When I was on nexium it was so weird because even though I did get better after being on them for a while, it was really hard to tell if it was just the rhythms of my own illness, or placebo affect. ... (6 replies)
Silent Acid Reflux
Jun 25, 2012
... I completely understand about not wanting to take these meds for life. The worst part is that they really don't stop the symptoms. I have a hard time with any physical activity, even outing clothes in the washer. ... (40 replies)
... Another pretty decent day. Very light to minimal symptoms. Have been eating light with lots of salads, fruits, veggies and proteins like nuts, chicken and almond milk. Still taking 150 Zantac twice daily. ... (110 replies)
... Thanks, Rose. I forgot to mention that I do have an appointment with a gastro doctor in a couple weeks, which will be the first tme I've been to one before. Hoping that she will be able to help me. ... (12 replies)
... It seems you're going around in circles, getting nowhere, I am sorry to say. I can identify with that. I think the main problem is that some of us have more than one issue going on. That makes treating any particular condition that much more difficult. I can NEVER get a clear cut answer to anything. ... (20 replies)
... First of all, I've had GERD for 15 years, I'm 35 years old, and I thought it was relatively under control for the most part though I have my ups and downs. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, I have read that on some medical medical sites, that some more extreme gasteroparesis indivs will reguirgitate their food. That is why they think I may have some issues with that or cyclic vomiting syndrome (which apparently has many crossovers in symptoms with gasteropareis). The only thing is everything came back normal on my gastric emptying study. I have also had... (5 replies)
... I know this is a very simple answer but I had similar problems a while ago. I grind my teeth and therefore when I chew my food - it doesn't get ground up enough. If the food is not ground up enough the saliva - first step in digestion and breakdown doesn't complete it's job. When the saliva isn't concentrated into the food enough and it hits the stomach, the stomach can kick... (5 replies)
... some food comes back up. Mouthfulls of food really, that come up with a burping. It is not vomiting. There is no wretching. I do not experience pain. My regurgitation is not acidic and can even begin as fast as coming up while I am sitting eating a meal or wait as long as 2 hours to come back up. ... (5 replies)
... Prilosec may may a first step for you, but overall, it is less effective for those of us with the coughing variety. Few people on this board with greater LPR symptoms are on prilosec, unless they have to be out of cost necessities. I don't know what form ADGrant has. ... (14 replies)
... I was diagnosed with LPR by an ENT in May and have been taking Nexium 2X a day, reglan 4X a day, and one pepcid before bed. ... (3 replies)
... I'm sorry you had a bad experience on Omeprozole, but acid reflux is a major cause of asthma, so you might want to consider trying Nexium. ... (6 replies)
Jun 9, 2013
... The first time I can remember having "heart burn" was in middleschool, although I wasn't sure what it was. I would get it by eating honey bunches of oats. This was the only time that it ever happened. ... (1 replies)
... dback so maybe I'll know what my next step is. I have made some lifestyle changes, and am currently still making the adjustments, as I just started experiencing symptoms a few weeks ago. Any response is greatly appreciated. ... (1 replies)

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