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... I have never been on hormone replacement therapy, but you bring up a very interesting point. My acid reflux did not start until I was fifty two and had started going through menoupause. ... (5 replies)
... weeks after I stopped the calcium I started having reflux again and it hasn't let up. This past week has been terrible and I thought that MAYBE the calcium was helping me before. As of today, I started taking the calcium again and I'm praying it helps. ... (3 replies)
... along with magnesium and vitamin D3. I am not sure what type of calcium your chews have, but some are more easily absorbed than others. ... (30 replies)

... what kind of surgery did you have, and has it totally cured your problems? i've thought about having it done, but not sure if it's worth it since i rarely have any problems with mine since i've been on the prilosec. thanks. (12 replies)
... Now, reflux in babies is very common and usually goes away as the digestive system matures. ... (12 replies)
... I hadn't been taking hardly any Rolaids since I've been on Prilosec, but now am since Prilosec doesn't seem to be working. Could all the extra calcium be the culprit? ... (14 replies)
... Hi, :) I thought I'd mention that when I questioned the pharmacist about the safety of long-term use of Nexium, I was told that taking it over a long period of time SHOULD be OK, as long as the right conditions in the stomach are maintained. She said this could be achieved with the use of Calcium citrate - which I'd been taking already anyway. :) I hope you'll find a... (21 replies)
... The long term effects are mainly related to lack of nutrients like calcium. Take a calcium citrate supplement daily and have your levels of other nutrients checked. ... (8 replies)
... I thought I had bad allergies but actually it was the acid causing the nasal and throat congestion. Strange that I never had heartburn. I did have terrible nausea. ... (5 replies)
... I am going to continue to try different remedies. I have also read that taking calcium citrate powder diluted in water after meals helps tighten the LES. I may try to find that and try it next. ... (30 replies)
... 500 mg daily split into two doses of 250 mg each. I take it along with 600 mg calcium citrate (twice a day for a total dose of 1200 mg a day) and 1000 D3 (I take only one D3 a day). (20 replies)
... with each meal and with the afternoon snack I take a Calcium Citrate and a MagOx. ... (13 replies)
... I took Aciphex for nearly three years and it was very, very effective in cutting back reflux for me. I was completely or nearly completely asymptomatic. I decided to stop taking it two months ago for fear I would develop full blown osteoporosis. ... (110 replies)
... my internist felt very comfortable with me taking it long term or as long as needed. Nobody brought up the issue of bone loss, increased risk of hip fractures or acid rebound, and I was too busy to bother to look any of it up. ... (110 replies)
... hile there, I was eating a lot of dairy, rice and potatoes and, tough bland, that type of diet was not helping me. For whatever reason, the stomach produces more acid to break down the carbs. ... (110 replies)
... I take 250 mg of Magnesium citrate twice a day along with my calcium and vitamin D3. ... (20 replies)
May 15, 2012
... That sounds a lot like reflux symptoms, and it's very common in pregnancy, both due to the pressure of the baby inside the abdominal cavity and to the effects of hormones that relax muscles. ... (1 replies)
... My only warning about PPI's, since you are starting or dealing with Menopause, is to have a Dexa scan to see how the PPI's may be affecting your bones, how much calcium you need, etc. Also, I was recently told by my doctor that it is a good thing to have one's levels of vitamin D checked to see if they are low. ... (110 replies)
... to switch to a different type of acid blocker. ... (6 replies)
... but many of us have benefited from taking them and they certainly improved my quality of life. I just made sure I took the supplements. If the ppis control your reflux then you are preventing the damage to your esophagus which can result in lots of problems like scarring and swallowing problems. ... (45 replies)

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