... Hi everyone, Ive been a keen reader of GERD and Nissen topics for a while and have always found everyones encouragement, advice and stories both heart warming and very informative. ... (1 replies)
... LPRslayer, I'm glad you found your solution.
For those who are new to LPR or who are part of the large group of people who are frustrated as they seek solutions to their problem, you are not alone. Threads like this one are so popular because there often is no easy answer, as LPRslayer alluded to.
I'd like to share a bit of what I've learned on both sides of this... (20 replies)
... f that I am suffering from shoulder pain that goes up to my neck and base of the skull and temples. Its frustrating that my gastro couldn't confirm if my stomach problems could be the cause of my back pain even if I've told her a thousand times that they happen almost simultaneously. ... (2 replies)
... ups my breathing can become really difficult. ... (3 replies)
... all come back normal so i have taken matters into my own hands next month im going to to see a gi specialist and a cardiologist to rule out heart problems i hope they will be able to help does anyone have or heard of anything like this could it be acid reflux,gerd,ibs or a galbladder problem? ... (3 replies)
... I get breathing problems almost daily. Having to breathe in deep for relief and it feels as though I can't catch my breath. ... (3 replies)
... Sometimes our doctors cannot determine what the reason for shortness of breath is. I too had breathing difficulties. Very severe, actually. I know how scary not being able to breathe can be. ... (22 replies)
... y figured out it was GERD.. the stomach acid was coming up high enough to irritate my lungs. I would have chest tightness and trouble breathing.. so yes, it can cause breathing problems. ... (5 replies)
... do you feel lpr can cause breathing problems? ... (13 replies)
... Reflux can absolutely cause breathing problems. Personally, I've had some major acid related breathing problems with absolutely no heartburn symptoms. It's nicknamed "silent" reflux because we often have the related symptoms without the "heartburn". ... (2 replies)
... ultrasound of my stomach area and doctors say i dont have a hernia. All they say is that i have gastritis and Laryngopharyngeal Reflux. I understand that it can cause breathing problems, but my breathlessness is constant and thats why its so hard for me to believe its the lPR. ... (16 replies)
... I hope someone has had this and can help. I went in for my annual breathing test where you really strain to blow air out, and that night it all started. I felt like I couldn't breath. ... (0 replies)
... I am so sorry you've had to live with it for two years now. Not being able to breathe is my number one fear. As anyone who's had these types of problems knows, it worsens the quality of life to such an extent one hardly has any life at all. ... (24 replies)
... My breathing problems were SEVERE. ... (12 replies)
... Even after you are off them the problems can continue because your LES takes time to return to normal. For me, I woild rather have HPB than this garbage. ... (22 replies)
... I've been having breathing problems ever since. ... (6 replies)
... My ent told me acid can't get up to my throat to cause my symptoms nor can it cause nasal congestion. My wife's ent told her the throat problems she's experiencing is caused by acid reflux. ... (13 replies)
... r upper stomach can't cough up your phlem. The biggest thing is the nauscious and severe bloating it feels like my colon is filled with swallowed air can't these problems cause this along with a stange burping constantly? ... (2 replies)
... Sounds like it might be GERD. This sounds very much like how my GERD first manifested itself. I was having pain while breathing, saw a specialist who diagnosed asthma and gave me an inhaler. Did not help. ... (1 replies)
... You know, in some people, acid reflux disease can irritate the vagal nerve. That's what your symptoms sound like to me.
Definitely, your plan to see GI specialist and cardiologist is a good one. I think a heart problem is unlikely, but it's best to be sure.
In the meantime, stay away from fatty foods or anything else that seems to trigger your symptoms. Nothing fried,... (3 replies)