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... I was just diagnosed last week with LPR and so far I realize that things like berry smoothies are big culprits. ... (16 replies)
... I was just diagnosed with the LPR variety of acid reflux disease. The Dr. prescribed some sort of A.R. ... (12 replies)
... I had success with coral calcium for reflux. It didn't seem to do much else for me but it won't hurt you. I have found that 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar per day,for a few days, works well. This is also real good for different pains. ... (5 replies)

... I think it's been recommended more as a preventative thing, with raw apple cider vinegar DILUTED in plenty of water. Supposed to strengthen the sphincter? ... (5 replies)
... The Braggs vinegar you can find in any health food store. It's also available online. might want to google it to see what it looks like. ... (8 replies)
... What is Braggs vinegar, where do you get it, and how does that help reflux? I've read that on here several times and I'd like to try it if it really works. This is so frustrating. I was taking Prilosec OTC 2x/day, one in the morning and one in early evening. I read alot of posts saying that in people with LPR (which is what I think I have) it helps more if you take the 2... (8 replies)
... I don't raise the head of my bed, take apple cider vinegar, or engage in any kind of naturopathic remedies. ... (7 replies)
Aciphex & LPR
Jan 25, 2006
... tion of one kind and all I can say is it is a black pill. I too also take enzymes. None of this, so far, has helped with my throat, though. I did buy some raw apple cider vinegar but have been afraid to use it. I read about it on this site for GERD but don't know if it will help or hurt with LPR. ... (30 replies)
... Standard treatment for LPR is different than GERD. LPR requires 2 doses of a PPI each day, rathern that the 1 dose for GERD. ... (3 replies)
... here's a question for those which this has helped: have you had the ph and the manometry (sp?) tests? what were the results? was the ph very acidic or not acidic enough? was your LES working properly (they do measure that with this test don't they? i had my test and waiting for results)? and also, how bad is your GERD? has the doctor been pushing for surgery? has PPIs and... (18 replies)
LPR & Diet
Oct 30, 2005
... Hiya ..I totally agree with you all..its kinda hard to figure out ..Ive had gerd for 18 months now ..Ive had good days when Ive gone out and had a couple of lagers with no consequence and Ive had bad days which have made me depressed and thinking I cant feel any worse then I already do Ive eaten ice cream to soothe my throat which has not made the gerd any worse..I do however... (7 replies)
... gum between meals, 75 mg ranitidine, chewing DGL licorice, taking digestive enzymes, and drinking aloe vera juice before meals. I am on a probiotic and drinking apple cider vinegar in water twice per day. I have tried dietary changes and have recently given up sugary sweets. I am drinking alkaline water. ... (2 replies)
... Has anyone had success with using nerve drug such as Gabapectin for issues with LPR? My ENT is not sure what to do with me. It has about 6 months with a tightness/swollen feeling near vocal cords. Started with Gastritis in January, took ppi's for that and that is when throat feeling started. At one point did experience bubbling/fizzy sensation and did not know what it was... (1 replies)
... I know how you feel. In the past months I've had constipation and indigestion especially at night due to my GERD/LPR/acid reducer. I've taken laxative tea which really helped for my bowel movement. However, I don't want to depend on it. I've changed my diet with a very strict rule and taking some herbal medication for my GERD/LPR which I'VE NEVER believed in but I seem to... (13 replies)
... I have LPR symptoms of reflux as well meaning it comes into my mouth.. ... (6 replies)
Post nasal drip?
Oct 18, 2013
... Yes, post nasal drip is a symptom of acid reflux, especially LPR. I had it for a number of years, thinking it was allergies or chronic sinus infections, before my doctor realized that all the congestion / coughing was caused by reflux. I also get a sore throat and ear pain from it on occasion. I have found that I get relief from taking digestive enzymes and apple cider... (2 replies)
... Thanks for informing me know about the LPR thingy. I've been feeling some pressure on my chest and burning feeling on the back of my throat. ... (14 replies)
... uined anything by going from 75 to 0mg. It will just take time for your body to adjust now that you're taking it again and then wean off slowly. I have tried the apple cider vinegar and it did take the acid away, but I am worried because I have chronic gastritis and I don't want to do something to damage my stomach. ... (14 replies)
... Anyway, your mournful poems are lovely. You should post some more and give people a powerful dose of reality. It's like a shot of useless apple cider vinegar. ... (15 replies)
... ed the additional misery of surgery in the hope that things may get better. In many cases they don't. Some have made fanciful suggestions ranging from swallowing apple cider vinegar, to various herbal remedies. ... (15 replies)

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