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... It all started with a sore throat every morning that ended up being a GERD diagnosis after the first endoscopy. I went through the paces with stuffy nose, sore throat, and ear pain. ... (5 replies)
... oe vera juice. I just had a blood test done and am waiting on the results but this doesn't seem to be the problem for me. I have no trigger foods. I have LPR and GERD symptoms constantly to the point of not being able to breathe. ... (3 replies)
Symptoms
Dec 6, 2010
... In my case, my symptoms began suddenly during a virus that was so bad, I would cough up blood. ... (23 replies)

... Right away, the diagnosis of reflux stank to me. It was so wrong on so many levels, and it drove me to the pits of despair to think, with my limited knowledge of anatomy, how such a thing was possible. Why is it that in the last 20 years, LPR was used to explain every single refractory unexplainable throat symptom? ... (119 replies)
Silent GERD?
Feb 24, 2010
... I am glad I found someone with the same symptoms I'm having right now. I thought there is something wrong with me. I was diagnosed with GERD about 2 months ago. ... (44 replies)
... I decided I was going to learn how to manage this situation. Fat was a big factor I found even though I limited my intake because of calories. ... (12 replies)
Gerd?
Aug 24, 2005
... These tissues are much more sensitive to the stomach acids than the esphogus and thus just a very small amount of acids can do a lot of damage. Often there are no symptoms of typical GERD such as heartburn etc. ... (5 replies)
... undiagnosed by a professional. After finding this site and all the helpful information, I see I have the symptoms of silent GERD. I made an appointment with a GI but can't get in for two weeks. I have been dealing with this for over 2 years progressively getting worse. ... (2 replies)
... with GERD, antacids don't seem to be very effective. Before I found out that I had acid reflux, I had been taking Tums and also milk of magnesia, all of which didn't help at all. ... (21 replies)
... e due to environmental triggers. I'm currently on multiple asthma medications. At this point, my lungs have sounded fine for several weeks. I still have a lot of coughing so my doctors are focusing on the acid reflux as the current trigger. ... (1 replies)
... Yes it takes time and patient depending how bad the acid rebound is. But now you will easily get those symptoms back if you don't watch your diet closely. ... (16 replies)
... That just happened to me! I ended up getting some PPI and took them for three days. Now I have the symptoms of GERD that I never had! Needless to say I'm off the PPIs now. Will my body reset itself naturally and how long will it take? ... (16 replies)
Silent GERD?
Feb 22, 2012
... Hi there, I am having the same problem. I have been through an identical situation to yours and am still going through it. I went to a hospital who gave me Lorazepam because a pill was stuck in my throat. They gave me enough Lorazepam to sustain me for awhile. Three days later, I suddenly could not eat at all (same symptoms as you). I stayed on the Lorazepam for almost two... (44 replies)
... lol i often think about that myself, we are going to be like the people who didn't have cure for tuberculosis back then, this is sad i wish i could've at least get this at an older age like 50 but i'm just 22 and wanted to be a singer, i have the best luck ever, plus my parents are being such assholes to me with all this thing and i have to deal with them cause they pay for... (35 replies)
... I strongly encourage you to consider, these LES "loosening drugs". Seriously, you'd be better off on advil than ppis. One day this disease is going to be one of those things they laugh about, when they talk about how the "medieval people" treated illness. Try other things if ppis aren't working. ... (35 replies)
... Many thanks for the kind words! I agree that it would really help all of us if doctors were much more creative in their approach to the treatment of LPR, and much more interested in searching for other explanations for its symptoms than just going for the easy diagnosis. ... (10 replies)
... I think it was, and will one day be proven to be, a horrifying mistake that many of the people on this board are working to try to treat reflux. Even if reflux treatments work for some of them, that's more or less coincidental. ... (91 replies)
Silent GERD?
Apr 17, 2010
... Yes, it sounds exactly like Asthma. My symptoms paralled yours almost to a T. ... (44 replies)
Silent GERD?
Apr 16, 2010
... The moisture can be very soothing to your airways. I know this is not much, but your symptoms sound so much to me like asthma and that is what I used to do for my girls when they were little and going through their bouts of asthma and bronchitis. ... (44 replies)
Silent GERD?
Feb 21, 2010
... I'm so glad to finally find this board. I've spent so much time researching GERD in the last few weeks that I now know researching GERD can give you more GERD!! But hearing others experiences makes me feel a little less insane. ... (44 replies)


Associated Tags: anxiety, chest pain, dysphagia, gastritis, gerd, hiatal hernia pain, lpr, reflux, swallowing difficulty

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