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... feeling sick to my stomach, and desperately going for a bowl of cereal to cure the tightness, or really anything I can stand to eat in the morning that doesn't cause me any distress. ... (0 replies)
... I have been having nausea every day, primary care doc wants me to try prilosec daily for 7 days to see if nausea stops. Any ideas? ... (0 replies)
... xray to see if I had stones left from the surgery. All the other test were negative. I am now having a endoscopy and if this comes back negative the doctor will think i am coo coo. I get anxiety over this which makes my condition worse. The nausea is nasty to deal with. ... (4 replies)

... Does anyone else get this with their GERD. I don't have the hearburn persay and can deal with all the other things but the nausea is what I have the worst. It last forever! ... (0 replies)
... If you have GERD, anti acids will not be enough. ... (21 replies)
... If you have GERD, anti acids will not be enough. ... (21 replies)
... it doesn't sound like you are about to die, though I understand it is frightening for you. The pill you took, the oxyelitepro, is full of caffeine, which can cause heartburn, nausea etc and can explain all of the strange reactions you had. ... (3 replies)
... licorice I am not sure I can have although I have heard it very good for GI and digestion but I am also on other meds that it supposedly is contraindicated with. Will have to check in to it more. The gum chewing actually seems to help me but I have to be careful not to chew mint flavored gum. ... (17 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. Far beit from me to diagnose you, but I wonder if all that bloating gas is a symptom of too-low stomach acid. I have read about that multiple places. Have you tried digestive supplments or DGL? I continue to try to wean off the PPI's SLOWLY. The last week has been brutal. I read that if you were taking 8 weeks of Prilosec you shoudl wean off over a... (18 replies)
... This was enough to cause me severe rebound effect. ... (18 replies)
... You know, sometimes the medicines do cause nausea. My doctor put me on Aciphex and I immediately became horribly nauseous. I stopped the medicine, and it went away again. ... (2 replies)
... however, it only last about 6 hours. When that nausea feeling comes on again, I freak out and grab my medicine. ... (26 replies)
... however, it only last about 6 hours. When that nausea feeling comes on again, I freak out and grab my medicine. ... (26 replies)
... I hope you r feeling better...i will say that all my problems started from stress... ... (26 replies)
... that with having anxiety i am way more tense than i actually realize...especially when i actually take the time to relax my shoulders and legs etc...try it and u will catch urself tensing up after awhile and get in to the habit of making yourself relax........i have found that anxiety is the cause of many many problems....... ... (9 replies)
... A few people notice bad side effects right away, commonly nausea or bowel irregularities. ... (12 replies)
Feb 19, 2011
... hen you said yoga sometimes triggers your reflux. I want to begin yoga for relaxation simply because I have panic issues and anxiety and I think it would help. I will try to get a dvd suited to beginners and just do the exercises that don't require bending. ... (12 replies)
... I hope you are doing better. A doctor told me that reflux may irritate the esophagus enough to cause a spasm. ... (5 replies)
... along with medrol. My doctor warned me that this combination is known to cause GI bleeding, because it's so strong, and I think it's permanently screwed up my GERD. ... (0 replies)
... and the GERD symptoms started to appear. Then the LPR symptoms. ... (24 replies)

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