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... I also have symptoms of GERD such as acid reflux at night, so I've started elevating my bed to see if that helps. I would suggest doing the same if you have any symptoms of reflux. ... (2 replies)
... ormation you gave above, im a 26yo man living with symptoms that pretty same with you, my stomach always spasms when i move or walk too much, if i laying down on bed it better. ... (7 replies)
... s because he noticed some kind of ring during the procedure. And when the biopsy came back, it was confirmed that I have EoE. There was absolutely no mention of GERD or acid reflux. ... (6 replies)

... hi . I'm thinking of getting an adjustable bed for gerd. ... (8 replies)
... I agree about the back pain and gallbladder. I had mine removed after very painful attacks under the left ribs...going around to the back I also have acid refllux, and have had 2 endoscopies. Have had bouts of gastritis too so am on Omeprazole, and Gaviscon Advance (the best one) at night as my reflux is worse in bed I have the head of the bed raised It helps to sleep... (6 replies)
... elching.pain in upper back UGGG.My husband thinks my anxiety is making it worse! He may be right but it's debilitating .Zantac is useless! Trying to chill out in bed now as I don"t sleep well either. How does GERD affect you? ... (6 replies)
GERD relief?
Mar 31, 2017
... These are some basic GERD treatments that have worked for me. ... (2 replies)
GERD relief?
Mar 31, 2017
... back in a December, my gastro doctor diagnosed me with stomach ulcers and gastritis and put me on Nexium for 6 weeks and then follow up. I had decent relief from GERD symptoms, but after about 5 weeks I found out I was pregnant, making a follow up endoscopy unwise. ... (2 replies)
... First I would like to thank all of you for responses and advice. He has been doing the small frequent meals, raising bed for sleep , etc. ... (3 replies)
... I've been a GERD sufferer for the last 3 years. ... (3 replies)
... For starters you need to raise the head of your bed up so when you sleep the gerd has a harder time going up your esophagus. ... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone. Mid 40, female. I suffere from bad GERD after my third c section 9 years ago. A year after being diagnosed it was fine, seems under control. I was off mess and felt good. ... (1 replies)
... Hello I am new to the board and want to introduce myself. I am a 37 year old male from the mid west area of USA. I have had GERD for over 10 years and has caused me nothing but trouble. Having stomach pains and heart burn everyday has become a nightmare to live with. ... (0 replies)
Coping With Gerd
Nov 5, 2016
... So like I said, wearing authentic turquoise gemstone helps with reducing the acid. I wear it for an hour or two before bed. It is a complementary approach in addition to medication. It's non-invasive and safe. I must stress that if you wanted to try it, look for real turquoise, not the imitation magnesite that they color. There's a lot of imitation turquoise on the market. I... (7 replies)
Coping With Gerd
Oct 10, 2016
... The ranitidine I only use once in a while for any breakthrough heartburn, so no worry there. The omeprazole at 40mg twice a day (as per my gastroenterologist) is sufficient acid suppression, and I take Gaviscon only at bedtime to keep the acid down when I'm lying in bed. I also have black tourmaline, but I find that a turquoise necklace (real authentic turquoise) helps even... (7 replies)
Coping With Gerd
Oct 8, 2016
... Yeah, Pepto is great, but I needed something a lot stronger. Apparently, I produce a lot of stomach acid. And I had chest pains, so the omeprazole was necessary. Zantac 75 is also good if you eat the wrong foods at dinner, then go to bed. I'll take it sometimes to prevent waking up with heartburn, but I don't need to take it every day because I use Gaviscon at bedtime. Seems... (7 replies)
Coping With Gerd
Oct 7, 2016
... Over the last several years, I've been coping. The actual heartburn only happens once in a while if I eat the wrong foods, but is under control for the most part. I've had some chest pain the last 4 years, but that is getting better. I had to withdraw a few of my health supplements due to the hypersensitivity on my esophagus, so be careful of any supplements you take. Some... (7 replies)
... Hi - I was told I have acid reflux/GERD a few years ago, but PPIs never seemed to touch it, and it seemed I could control it by being careful what I ate. But in February the symptoms suddenly became so severe. I had the familiar lump in my throat, difficult swallowing, esophageal spasms (like someone is stabbing me where my espophagus meets my stomach), etc...This had... (3 replies)
... I do so hope that my experience can be of some help to other people. I am so fed up with looking at posts that say they can cure GERD but then you have to pay to discover the two secret ingredients. Any genuine sufferer would surely only want to help others. ... (16 replies)
... I'm in UK and at my GP Practice I had to have an endoscopy before being prescribed a PPI. I was happy to go on it at the time not knowing about rebound acid reflux and side effects PPI'S are useful for healing ulcers and gastritis short term and long term for those with Barratts Oesophagus ect, but I believe they shouldn't be taken lightly otherwise My second endoscopy... (2 replies)

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