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Acid Reflux / GERD Message Board

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Yes most definately!! I have this very thing right now. My acid reflux has been so bad the past few days, my throat is sore and swollen, and it hurts to eat food, and now my tongue is sore with little bumps like canker sores from the acid. You may be feeling that too. I hope you aren't in bad pain. The prilosec is starting to work now after 3 days. Good luck!
Yes, this happens to me a lot. My whole tongue feels sore, and I get bumps that feel like canker sores. I also get a lot of canker sores elsewhere in my mouth. It seems to go in cycles - it will be bad for 7-10 days, and then I'll get a break for a few weeks.
Yes I get that periodically - burning tongue and sore mouth. Its awful as I cant enjoy a cuppa tea when its bad :(
RL, I know how you feel. I have had a chronic sore throat, night and day, for over six months now. The ENT I saw said it is due to a stomach issue, specifically acid. Then I went to see a GI and had some testing done -- endoscopy, manometry, 24 hr pH test -- and he said these were all normal and he could see now evidence of acid reflux. It's funny that you mentioned bruxism. About a year and a half ago I noticed some staining on my lower teeth, at the gum line. I asked my dentist what this was and he said "from grinding your teeth. You have worn the enamel away and now foods can easily stain in that area." It was about 8 months later that the chronic sore throat started. I have been wearing a night guard for the bruxism but still have the sore throat. I feel like no one can pinpoint the cause. Now I wonder if the sore throat and grinding are related?? I have had episodes of heartburn in the past so I thought it was most likely related to that. Having this constant sore throat is awful though. It really brings me down and I can't enjoy everything to the fullest like I used to do. I'm going to ask my dentist about the possible connection when I see him next month, and will also go back to my ENT too. I find it hard to live with on a daily basis. I have been on PPIs, like Prilosec and Nexium, but I find it makes little difference whether I take no pills, or 1, or 2, or even 3 per day.

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