... Esophagitis, Distal Esophagitis. hiatal hernia 4cm with a very lax lower esophageal sphincter. He marked GERD and HERINA under codes. and took a biopsy. He tells me to stop taking the omeprazole and wants me to take 2 40mg of pantoprazole. ... (2 replies)
... Well ill start by saying my gerd/acid reflux has been on going for years, taken every possible med,all tests done. well for the first time i have noticed something very strange- i started taking Amoxicillin 875-125 mg for a tooth issue. i started taking this before i went to bed and In 7 years i woke up with out stomach pain/no reflux/no dizziness/no chest pain/no breathing... (0 replies)
... onomic issues and severe gerd, and after an endoscopy the doctor determined I have an inflamed esophagus and mild gastritis in the stomach and gerd. He said the gerd results from a tiny hiatal hernia. He has prescribed reflux Meds and a restricted diet of smaller meals and specific foods which will not aggravate the reflux. ... (4 replies)
I honestly don't know what might be causing your symptoms but must say your diet doesn't sound at all good.
If I was you I'd kick the pop-corn right out of the door!!...That would give me chronic indigestion.
Fried foods are also a no-no.
Get yourself onto a good healthy diet and kick out the rubbish, you know the saying "You are what you eat"...
Going to bed at... (2 replies)
... I'm 26 y.o. male and for the past year or more I've had occasional bouts of these kinds of symptoms:
-waves of nausea
-weakness and slight trembling in limbs
-faster heartbeat and able to feel/hear it all over head and chest
-sometimes weird sharp pain inside torso (seemingly at random at different times, like sometimes on front side under rib cage either on one side or... (2 replies)
... inches and do not eat or drink within 3 hours of bed time. ... (5 replies)
... Hi I just wanted to say to keep your head elevated at nite. Also drink a little milk when its burning and I keep ice water by the bed it really helps. Mine has gotten so bad that I trow up. ... (8 replies)
... he first issue to eliminate is actually too little acid, rather than too much. There are tests you can do to determine this. Search the web for Betaine HCL for GERD and you should find instructions how to use it. ... (8 replies)
... I know it's really difficult for you but you will be okay. GERD will cause anxiety and depression. It's an awful thing to go through. ... (12 replies)
Honey, preferably raw organic, or even Manuka if can find it, is good. Also aloe vera juice, DGL licorice, green tea, and anything anti inflammatory. Coffee and tea with or without caffeine makes no difference. It's the acid in the drinks that you need to avoid. And the chemicals they use to take the caffeine out are really nasty, so you might as well use... (7 replies)
... I was diagnosed in November with both Celiac's disease and Barrett's Esophagus. I honestly had never heard of Barrett's before. I was told to elevate the head of my bed. Try not to eat anything for a couple hours before going to sleep. To reduce caffeine, alcohol (not having any anyways. So sick from celiac's.), try to stay away from fatty foods, acidic foods and that was... (7 replies)
... I had my gallblader out a few years ago...I endedup with bile reflux. I had an endoscopy over a year ago, They diagnosed me with Gerd and found bile in my stomach. I go every six month to the gastro, they just renew my meds. ... (0 replies)
... hi . I'm thinking of getting an adjustable bed for gerd. ... (8 replies)
... First post ever. Found your site searching for GERD answers. ... (2 replies)
... ed, I felt like my acid reflux felt better. I think it had something to do with tightening my stomach muscles and being inverted. I also have tried laying on the bed with my hands on floor and bending my knees while attempting a few push ups. This also works for me. ... (0 replies)
... Based on the blood test results and my physician's general knowledge of GERD I omitted dairy from diet wherever possible. ... (2 replies)
... ed some but not all so I quit taking it. Mainly because of the long term damage that could be done on this stuff. I have to eat something small before going to bed otherwise I will not sleep. Is this causing my GERD? ... (3 replies)
... I also have fibromyalgia along with GERD, LPR, gastritis, large hiatus hernia. So I'm looking for an over-the-counter or natural pain med that is not an NSAID because my GI said NSAIDS are what caused my bleeding ulcers. I've been using Tylenol but that is so bad for your liver that it scares me to take it too often.
I've been reading about Zyflamed. Has anyone tried... (0 replies)
... Can they cause shortness of breath bloating swallowing difficulty and can lpr cause plugged ears and sinus presure? Also thirsty feeling, tightness in throat when swallowing? As to my other issues am still looking for an answer, hard to be positive. Thanks for asking, going back in hospital for colonoscopy, I dread the prep as I can't defacate normally now and can't pass the... (4 replies)
... Can they cause shortness of breath bloating swallowing difficulty and can lpr cause plugged ears and sinus presure? (4 replies)