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... You can't just drink the apple cider vinegar straight! of course it will cause you to choke, gag and feel like, well, acid is running down your throat. that's what it is! ACID. You have to dilute the ACV in water. ... (9 replies)
... Make sure you mix the apple cider vinegar in a glass of water before you drink it. Don't drink it on it's own. ... (9 replies)
... Maybe I'll give it another shot since I do know GERD and LPR are different chronic diseases. Personally, when I did before, I thought I was going to die and lost my voice completly for weeks. Burnt like hell. I have had the best of luck as far as my voice with the M word. ... (13 replies)

... I can say that Apple Cider Vinegar DEFINITELY treats acid reflux. I've been doing it for ten months and the results are remarkable. ... (13 replies)
... I drink apple cider mixed with honey when I have cough it makes it go away faster. ... (9 replies)
... Google acid reflux vinger. Many testiomonies to the benefit of apple cider vinegar. The preferred choice is organic. I don't know if it makes much of a difference. All take it with one glass of water. ... (13 replies)
... I went to health store and got cider hoping for miracle cure and natural one at that. I thought I was going to choke to death.... It burnt my throat and esophogus, windpipe, vocal cords, stomach, you name it. I couldn't get out a complete sentence for weeks afterward. ... (9 replies)
... anyone tried the ACV method for LPR? seems like alot of GERD sufferers get relief but noone says much about LPR. (9 replies)
... Never thought of chewable calcium pills, but I make green smoothies using cantaloupe and fresh kale. Next time I'll add some watermelon. ... (9 replies)
... It tasted horrible the first i just chug the glass before each meal and its fine. Try have nothing to will be fine. Right after drinking it I eat, because I assume leaving the acid on my esophagus would be bad. ... (9 replies)
... I have had some relief useing acv. One important note about buying the right kind of acv is to buy unpastuized with mother. This means it is pure and natural and still with the goodness in it. Acv from the grocery store is filtered and processed removing the part that works. ... (9 replies)
... I recently started searching the web for a more natural remedy, I've been diagnosed with LPR, I started feeling this lump in my throat and i would swallow and it seemed to be stuck there at the bottom of my throat. ... (49 replies)
... Ironically, proton pump inhibitors can cause achlorhydria. I learned that proton pump inhibitors bind irreversibly and that the body needs to create new pumps once they've been blocked. ... (16 replies)
... They would be more versed on LPR than a GP. ... (24 replies)
... I am so glad I found this site. I just recent got diagnosed with LPR after going to several different docs to find out what was wrong with me. ... (24 replies)
... bedridden for more than a week now......Zero energy in my body coz of the cough. OTC cough suppressants r completely not working. Read in the forums about Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar. Gonna give that a shot this evening . Lets see if it works. Any suggestions anyone. Life is hell. ... (1 replies)
... I've found drinking apple cider vinegar and active manuka honey in hot water 1/2 hour before meals seems to help with that awful phlegm. That means more waiting because I have to wait at least an hour after taking the PP1 (both morning and evening) before I can drink it, but it has really helped so it's been worth the wait. :) (17 replies)
... I just stumbled across this forum today and thought I would give it a shot. ... (61 replies)
... I feel unusally tired and sleepy. Things get a bit better when I excercise but only for a little while. My throat is constantly irritated and looks veiny. Sometimes it feels scratchy and hurts. ... (9 replies)
... cribing. Lots of gastritis, nausea, etc. I went with the surgery cuz my doc told me it had to go. I didn't want an emergency situation either. Good luck with it, and I hope things settle down so you can have a baby. How sweet! Me, I'm too old and I never had children, but I got my puppy, named Gypsy Boots! ... (8 replies)

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