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... I went to the doctors a week after the symptoms started and was given 20mg Omaprazole. They never agreed with me as I had headaches and felt like I had flu. ... (0 replies)
... You may need to see a gastro also to have an endoscope of your esphoaghus. Other tests might follow to see if you are actually refluxing. I would see it through. Doctors don't really understand how awful the whole symptoms are and want to just say take an acid reducer and go no further. ... (11 replies)
... I'm new to this board and was wondering if anyone can help me. I think I have LPR which I developed earlier this month. ... (0 replies)

... Hi I'm a teen and I have been suffering from LPR for 2 years. I am 5'0 tall and I only weigh about 90 pounds! ... (0 replies)
... Be strong. We will oneday find the cure. (5 replies)
... Usually the doctor would give you PPIs for 1 month and if nothing improves they would do a gastroscopy. If you already have PPIs and it is not any better you should definitely have a gastroscopy (doesn't mean that there will be anything serious). With that they will be able to clearly see what is the problem. I know that is very hard to live with lpr and many people including... (5 replies)
... I now always hear a whistling noise from my throat and I get wheezy after eating and I always get pleghm in my mouth. It started a few months ago and no I didn't have a endoscopy. The doctor said there's no reason for that. I heard lpr usually causes sleep apnea and other problems later so I just want to end my life quicker (5 replies)
... d and and if possible losen your anxiety. Anxiety is what makes this illness even worse. Like I said I know how it feels. Also keep in mind that it is rare that doctors will decide for surgery. ... (5 replies)
... Do any of you lpr suffers hear a wheeze after eating? ... (5 replies)
... I am not a doctor, but doctors look for a diagnosis and like to name things. ... (14 replies)
... Some Doctors do say there is no such thing as rebound acid reflux. But I beg to differ! ... (10 replies)
... eflux. I drink Evamor which has a ph of 8.8. Normal tap water has a ph of 7.0. I recommend deep breathing to relax since this can cause a lot of anxiety. When my LPR was bad and I wore a ph monitor, I refluxed 63 times. When I followed the diet strictly, I refluxed 0 times. The diet really made a difference. ... (2 replies)
... I have struggled with a severe case of lpr for almost 2 years. I eventually went to NYC and saw reflux specialist Dr Jamie Kaufman. ... (2 replies)
... We are facing a problem. Our 13 year old has been diagnosed with LPR recently. The trouble we are having is none of the PPIs and the H2 blockers are working for her. ... (2 replies)
... Are there any doctors in US who are stressing on treating this the natural way ? ... (14 replies)
... I have had the WORST LPR I'VE EVER HAD . ... (0 replies)
... is another incredibly difficult aspect of having an illness that is not within the textbooks or protocols that doctors use or know. ... (9 replies)
... I do think the doctors would have mentioned it though, if I had it. ... (8 replies)
... ing and a STINGING sensation on the right side of my throat. Once it slowed down at work I was able to do some research and thats when I found out it was called lpr reflux. I don't trust doctors anymore because of what happened with the whole c diff experience. After researching I think c diff caused sibo which caused lpr. ... (4 replies)
... have a lot of the same symptoms you are dealing addition to a few more. It took me years and putting together a team of doctors to get my problems under control. I too have beginning signs of Barrett's and get Endoscopies every couple years. ... (5 replies)

Associated Tags: acid reflux, gastritis, gerd, gerd - physical issues, indigestion, larnygopharyngeal, lpr, lpr (laryngopharyngeal reflux), nausea, shortness of breath

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