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... I have a rather long story and would like some advise or people to just share some of their experiences with me. ... (2 replies)
... such as weakening the LES and causing GERD. ... (2 replies)
... I'm sure after stopping the medication this will probably still be with me. I chose to stop taking it even before I knew it was related with the GERD. I don't know if they are permanent but beings that I've been on it so long, I was assuming the medication has hurt me more than what I think. I still have no idea why my doctor has kept me on it for so long. I'm going to... (2 replies)

... that causes me to have chest pains that could be mistaken for a heart attack. The pain usually starts in the upper stomach, travels to the chest and up into the jaw and ears. I had Nissen Fundoplication in August 2014 to relieve my GERD and due to PPIs not working. ... (3 replies)
... Seltzer and Mylanta when it feels like I am having a reflux episode. ... (15 replies)
... As far as I know, Amitriptyline doesn't actually treat GERD itself. ... (11 replies)
... I've used a similar med, desipramine, to amitriptyline, for years. I think it's helping with my moods, but I don't know that it's helping otherwise. This article from the Mayo Clinic suggests that it can make things worse but I don't know that that's true for me: (11 replies)
... The Amitriptyline acts to help calm your vagus nerve. Irritation of the vagus nerve can cause acid reflux type symptoms. ... (11 replies)
... Hi. I was on amitriptyline for fifteen years for ibs. It helped a lot. It helps with the pain and bathroom running. The only problem was I had weight gain and could never lose it. Plus it made me very moody. Before I had my daughter I got off it, which was a horrible experience, but I felt so normal afterwards. ... (11 replies)
... This is my first post even though I've been lurking here for a year or two, I'll try and keep it brief. ... (8 replies)
... Your doctor may not know about it. Search the threads where "Seeking Sunrise" has commented... he cites many studies that you can check out and bring to your doctor. Btw, I think the amitriptyline is supposed to help LPR, not GERD. ... (11 replies)
... He wants me to try 10mg of the amitriptyline see if it helps at all, has anyone else tried this for similar issues with success? ... (11 replies)
... It is my understanding from my specialists that the wrap can appear intact during an EGD, but the EGD won't necessarily show if the wrap has slipped and may miss if it is too tight. My Pulmonologist said if the wrap is too tight it can result in some of the same symptoms. ... (15 replies)
... Often the symptoms we have can be attributed to any or all of these. The challenge for the patient and the doctors is figuring it out. ... (18 replies)
... for about 3.5 years for migraine related vertigo and it has worked well for me. ... (4 replies)
... The pH testing showed no acid in stomach when off the PPI and when on the PPI. ... (15 replies)
... Interesting. I have read about amitriptylene for acid reflux and am seeing a Gastroenterologist soon and intend to ask about it Other things to ask about is could treating stress with medication improve gerd? Does Amlodipene for blood pressure adversely affect the LES sphincter? It's good to share experiences as a lot of us seem to be floundering about looking for... (11 replies)
... My pain is constand burning in middle of chest and some middleand upper back. Once and while i get burning on my triceps. Ive taken some many tests to rule stuff out. ... (15 replies)
... I've had the barium back in October 2016 and it showed everything was fine. I don't see in any of my previous posts that when my GI placed the Bravo, he scoped as far down as he could go. ... (15 replies)
... I have just come off the PPI I have been on for a few years and am dealing with rebound with Gaviscon Advance.... ... (11 replies)

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