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... I've been reading and exploring these boards for a little while, and I just decided to sign up and post my story for the good of the community, and for continuing support. ... (1 replies)
... That does sound painful, could be your esophogaus have you tried anything like zantac or prilosec two a day? ... (3 replies)
... Thank you Annie for posting this. I wish I had had that information back in January when I stopped the Aciphex. ... (14 replies)

... He advises tapering off by getting PPI pills such as Prilosec which can be cut. Start by cutting the tablets in half and take half of a tablet every day for 2 weeks, then try half of a tablet every other day for at least 2 weeks. ... (14 replies)
... feels like burning in esophagus...kind of like when u in hale water at the pool or something like that. Chest aches in the mornings, throat burns all day despite zantac or tums. Tried two 14 day courses of Prilosec, no help and made my gallbladder go ape crazy. Off that for a while GB back to normal. ... (1 replies)
... garlic thing, i have all that stuff at home.. but umm do u think zantac is okay to take. i dont know much about it. n do u think my throat is possibly narrowed? ... (18 replies)
... Unlike antacids such as Tums or even acid reducers such as Zantac, Prilosec can cause you to become dependent on it, to need it every day. ... (4 replies)
... I would love to read more on what your naturopath is telling you and the reasons behind the treatment he or she is prescribing. The idea of eating pureed food when the stomach is irritated makes good sense to me. ... (110 replies)
... weeks to really see improvement, but you should probably see a doctor if you're going to take it for that long. ... (6 replies)
... benefits of any medication they take. All medications come with some side effects. My Dad had acid reflux for years and he tried to control it with Tums and watching what he ate. Unfortunately, he was one of the unlucky ones who developed esophageal cancer as a result, and the outcome was not good. ... (13 replies)
... This is only my POV, based on personal experience and research. ... (13 replies)
Gerd = cramps?
Jan 6, 2009
... Good Morning Nauthiz! Hang in there! I know how frightening it is having weird, unexplainable body symptoms. It is so frustrating. And I agree with you! Acid reflux meds make me feel worse than just dealing with the relux at times. ... (3 replies)
... That is a good question, my Dr says it depends on the severity of GERD, and can take up to a year. I don't think healing is the best word either! ... (5 replies)
... I have been reading here for months, but have not yet posted. I am just at the end of my rope... ... (42 replies)
... A year and a half ago he started vomiting up violently for about a month before he could be seen by a ped. GI. They finally got him in the hospital and within a week he stopped so we got to go home. They ran every test known to man on the poor kid and never came up with anything more than esophagitus. ... (3 replies)
... Hope I can answer some of your questions. Aciphex is a prescription medication which is supposed to be very good for acid reflux. ... (19 replies)
... It definitely sounds like GERD or LPR. Sounds more like LPR to me though. I have LPR and Ive had all those symptoms. Im on prilosec and it helps me a little but I need something different. How long has she been taking it? ... (5 replies)
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... of times a day. It causes headaches and a loss of voice. ... (14 replies)
... Sounds like your GERD is getting worse. Since you've had it this long, I'm really surprised you haven't received proper medical treatment for it. Especially because you have begun developing laryngeal symptoms in the last 2 weeks. This is not a good thing and can make it more difficult to treat. ... (5 replies)


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