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... e had the worst acid reflux. It all happened at night when i was lying down on my bed and my stomach was bloated. Then some kind of liquid went up all the way up to my throat and nose which I think was caused by stomache acid. ... (3 replies)
... take weeks before the feelings of burning really subside. You probably have extreme irritation in the esophagus and upper stomach. Do some research on line as to what foods to avoid and start to track yourself what irritates you. ... (4 replies)
Foods to avoid
Nov 6, 2007
... I'd like to help you but my problem is something will bother one time and then not another. ... (1 replies)

... I was diagnosed with GERD almost 2 years ago. When it first started, I had a little bit of hoarseness and felt like I was drowning in my own saliva. I went to the ENT who informed me it was gerd and put me on Omeprazole 20 mg. tablets. ... (1 replies)
... I'm sorry that you are feeling so bad! I've been dealing with GERD for over a year now and I felt exactly the same way! Well, now days I'm feeling better. The last time I saw my Gastro doc was at the top of Dec. ... (42 replies)
... otherwise, you can eat foods that are a ph of 4 or higher. ... (3 replies)
... Recently got diagnosed with gerd and acid reflux, i am currently on omeprazole and it hasn't really help except for easing heartburn a little. ... (1 replies)
Aug 18, 2006
... These are the 2 types of foods known to weaken those sphincters. ... (10 replies)
... to stick to alkaline foods and avoid anything acid forming. ... (14 replies)
Foods to avoid
Aug 8, 2007
... I would also love to have a list of foods. Do you have LPR or GERD? ... (6 replies)
... prisolic takes a while i think to build in your system. I use aciphex. Nexium was quite effective as well. The clogged ears is different from acid reflux though. ... (4 replies)
... Those are the biggies and the most general ones. It seems that people have different triggers. What puts one person in agony might be tolerated well by someone else. It's a whole lot of trial and error. ... (4 replies)
... How are we supposed to get enough ViT C without eating citrus, are we supposed to just take a supplement? ... (4 replies)
... Well, after calming down from a flare up from taking vitamin D3 and feeling super good, I have made the decision that I must try to get off of Nexium. ... (7 replies)
Addressing GERD
Mar 9, 2017
... at the time my GERD was diagnosed. My chief complaints being those of frequent heartburn, lung inflammation and seizures resulting in extreme difficulty in breathing. ... (2 replies)
... I am sorry that you are dealing with so many symptoms. You do not say how you were diagnosed with gerd based on any testing and I am not sure what you are doing for the gerd. I can only suggest what helped me with my gerd, LPR and thrush. ... (3 replies)
LPR - lump?
Sep 14, 2011
... and I do have Gerd and Hiatal h. This is new however, and the next test he says is the 24 hour test, which I am trying to avoid. ... (7 replies)
... From what I've read, and from experience, Protonix can be good for GERD, but isn't typically as effective for the LPR as some of the others. Everyone is different though. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I have LPR which is similar to GERD but affects primarily the throat and vocal cords. I also have a constant lump in my throat. I was diagnosed with LPR last year. ... (8 replies)
LPR - lump?
Sep 10, 2011
... A gastro will probably want do an endoscopy to check your stomach and esophagus. ... (7 replies)

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