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... I started having esophageal spasms about 10 years ago. Seems hormones triggered them because I got them once on month, on ovulation day. ... (0 replies)
... I gotta be honest, this topic is almost FIVE YEARS OLD and I stumbled on it today in hopes of finding a cure for my poor wife. ... (44 replies)
... I know what a lot of you are going through, and my heart goes out to all of you. ... (4 replies)

... I know what a lot of you are going through, and my heart goes out to all of you. ... (44 replies)
... in order to cope with the anxiety from these attacks. ... (17 replies)
... I said it is nice to have someone else who can relate well but not "nice" for all the suffering and misery the condition has brought! ... (13 replies)
... an imbalance is at least a contributing factor at the very least. I really recommend a product known as "Calm." You find it in health food stores and online and it is Magnesium Citrate in a powdered form. It helped me for sure!! I still take it but not daily. ... (17 replies)
... I have seen 2 Gastro docs and the one did an Endoscopy on me a few weeks ago. ... (17 replies)
... Does anyone else here get spasms in their esophagus? ... (17 replies)
... Thank you so much. I would os prefer tot ry anything Homeopathic before the other drugs. Was prescribed Bentyl but I know that will give me heart palpatations and I already suffer from anxiety due to all this. ... (8 replies)
... I've talked to several people who have had the endo and they say it isn't bad at all. I'm sure most of your anxiety is over what the diagnosis will be. Hang in there. ... (44 replies)
... ike i've stretched something, but i really haven't. I also have the fluttering feeling in my chest..kinda like your heart skips a beat..but I've had an EKG done and there's nothing, so I'm particularly interested in hearing from the person that has the fluttering... ... (44 replies)
... I just did a search on this topic because I've been having spasms in spades recently. In fact, I just took a donnatal the doctor had prescribed for me last year when I was burping uncontrollably right before an endoscopy. ... (44 replies)
... The feeling the throat lump and feeling like things just sit up there could be anxiety. I had that 3 years ago REALLY bad and the ONLY thing that helped it was Xanax!! ... (5 replies)
... I have suffered from esophogeal spasms for years. They just came back after a bout of anxiety and depression. I am already on meds for the depression and my doc gave me ativan for anxiety and to help with the spasms. ... (6 replies)
... Let me 1st of all say that I feel so bad for what you are going through. I know quite a bit about digestive noises and terrible gas pains and the "D" as I have had 3 surgeries on 3 different ends of my GI tract. But, we cannot diagnose you, we can suggest things and support you. ... (2 replies)
... I am goiong to break down and try Prilosec and see if that helps any. I take zoloft and xanax for anxiety ... so I guess I can add one more to that regime? ... (44 replies)
... Mine does, so I KNOW that mine is esophagus related and not heart. I just know it. Also does your esophagus hurt , do pills hang in your throat , etc. ? ... (44 replies)
... Ok..so I went to my primary care doc in some HOPE that he'd have a miracle for me...but nope...nada...zilch...he actually thinks it's my anxiety causing all of this....I've already had every test in the book..but he IS sending me to a 2nd cardiologist....he says he's positive there's nothing wrong.. ... (44 replies)
... I've been to the ER so many times in the past year thinking I was having an heart attack...only to spend hours...hooked up to monitors...doing all sorts of tests and then them send me home saying acid reflux...if I didn't have actual pain in the left side of my chest I wouldn't be concerned...LOL..I always say... ... (44 replies)




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