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... reaming match over something and if you knew me, I never scream about anything so you can imagine how upset and mad I was at the moment. I was also dealing with anxiety as well so that didn't really help. ... (0 replies)
... a hiatal hernia, and now has Barrett's Esophagus. So this is definitely a hereditary thing. I have had an endoscopy, and the only thing they told me was that my esophagus was a bit red and inflamed, but nothing else. ... (4 replies)
... All of these are related to each other. The source being acid reflux. If your doctor tells you that you need anxiety medicine, don't believe him. ... (4 replies)

... all seems to be around actual stomach area and esophagus leading to throat. This also causes me to have severe anxiety attacks because it feels like I am having a heart attack because of the pain! ... (2 replies)
... I don't know what is causing this. The last few days I've felt pretty nauseas. I can feel my esophagus burning a bit, but that's where most of my "sick feeling" is. Yesterday I could feel it in my stomach but today it's just my esophagus. ... (2 replies)
... Hi again:) Lanocain is not really an actual pain killer that you can get addicted to in any way. It is usually known as a cream for numbing an area before a procedure, etc. It is just mixed in with my cocktail to numb my insides. And yes, it is a prescription but it is not harmful at all. I am feeling a little better each day. My docotor wanted me to take Axid twice a... (10 replies)
... Hi Chantel, I guess to take your GI cocktail, you have to have a prescriptions for part of it? My gastro dr., will not give me any pain killing drugs, at all. Just GI drugs. I hope that you keep feeling better. I do not vomit, except when I am sick with the flu or virus. But, I do feel nauseus a lot. Danactive, is made my the yogurt people, Dannon and is in a... (10 replies)
H Pylori & Anxiety
Feb 15, 2006
... The digestive doctor took a biopsy of my stomach during an endoscopy. They found the h pylori in my stomach and in my esophagus from the reflux. ... (16 replies)
... and the Doc told me my lower esophagus was very red. ... (3 replies)
... These are also lymph glands in that area and can swell if you have an infection of the ears or teeth?? And, I have had one saliva gland swollen when it gets stopped up but it usually only happens to one at a time not both at the same time. I have never heard that these glands are affected by GERD. I hope you are not concerned about your weight and inducing self... (2 replies)
... osions. It could mean the redness that Barrett's causes, or just "irritation" redness. I won't call and bother him, I going to have to wait for results and this anxiety is so hard to deal with. They should wait until you're able to comprehend what they're saying. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, I've got some anxiety and stress. It's nothing out of the ordinary as far as I'm concerned. ... (1 replies)
... I have had GERD now for 3 years. Scope revealed Barrett's esophagus. Fast forward to about 3 weeks ago I got diarrhea in the mornings out of the blue. The stomach cramping, sweating, feeling sick diarrhea and then felt fine after it was done for the day. Then it progressed to diarrhea after breakfast and lunch. Then nausea outside of the diarrhea spells and stomach... (1 replies)
... ut. After about a year of thinking I was depressed or psycho, I went to a doctor and was diagnosed with Eosiniphilic esophagitis, which is an inflammation of the esophagus and causes food to get stuck when swallowing, which I've had trouble swallowing my whole life. ... (0 replies)
... I have tried prev acid, pilosec, nexium, omerprazole peromperozle, delixant aciphex zofran phenergan, even rectal suppositories for nausea pro biotics, anxiety meds, the list goes on and on. Numerous tests to make sure h pylori hasn't returned. ... (0 replies)
... There is an element of anxiety here obviously. ... (1 replies)
... was not believing me that I have pains after the endoscopy and she said it never happens. She gave me some pill for gastritis and said that maybe my stomach and esophagus got a bit irritated and that it will go away. ... (1 replies)
... g things worse, not better. I will give it time and see what happens. But I'd really like to know what to take when these spasms start. I have Klonopin for my anxiety disorder which I took last night to help me sleep. ... (0 replies)
... phobia, which can be treated also with medication. That can become a vicious cycle that keeps people from going out for fear of regurgitating in public, and the anxiety keeps the spasms occurring. I hope you get some answers soon, and it is something that can be remedied easily. Please keep us posted on his progress. ... (2 replies)
... He had a barium swallow done and they noted some lessened swallow ability further down his esophagus but nothing else. ... (2 replies)

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