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... My son has had GERD since birth. His is stemmed from food allergies, 71 to be exact. He has a disorder known as Eosinophilic Disease that causes the body to attack itself. ... (5 replies)
... I do find that salty foods make my GERD a lot worse. ... (5 replies)
... I have always heard that over eating causes Gerd, but can a food allergy cause it also? ... (5 replies)

... I have two thoughts on this. My boss did have a surgery to fix his GERD and while he no longer refluxes, he also cannot vomit. So if he gets a stomach virus or food poisoning, he just has to deal with it. No way to get it out that way, unless he has his stomach pumped. ... (5 replies)
... lder, bloating, constipation, feeling of fullness and heartburn.. The works. It never went away either. I finally saw my first GI. Told me I had IBS and probably GERD and wanted to do a scope and told me to take benefiber. ... (0 replies)
... I was diagnosed with reflux esophagitis in the summer of 2011. It was not caused from H. pylori or a food allergy. The cause was unknown, but my stomach, duodenum, and esophagus showed erythema. ... (1 replies)
... I had GERD for 9 years. The only drug that worked for me was Prevacid. ... (8 replies)
Could i have gerd?
Jun 25, 2016
... m new to this..26 yr old healthy female who doesn't drink or smoke. i have been having digestive problems that are now ruining my life and i am now unable to eat food comfortably. After every single thing i eat.. ... (0 replies)
... The only GERD symptom I have sounds to me more like LPR, specifically. I almost always feel like there's something stuck in the back of my throat. ... (0 replies)
... It doesn't have to be a dairy allergy. Anything food that is highly basic can cause rebound acid (acid levels higher than prior to the item's consumption). (5 replies)
... I can tell you that food allergies can cause major digestive problems. Cut them out, and you might be entirely well in a few months. ... (3 replies)
... She subsequently tried to eat a little bit of shrimp again to test the allergy and after a very small bite, started to feel her throat closing again. She gave herself the shot and vowed to never eat shrimp or shellfish again. ... (110 replies)
... I am also seeing a Gastro in a couple of weeks to evaluate my GERD symptoms and a try to develop a strategy plan. ... (110 replies)
... nasal drip and the general feeling that there was a lump in my throat or that some small amount of food or phlegm was sticking somewhere in my throat. A look into my throat showed no damage to the cords. ... (9 replies)
... That is easy and can rule out a lot of things. ... (24 replies)
... I'm on my second day of taking Sucralfate, Omeprazole and Maalox and my stomach has seriously shrunk. I take 3 fork fulls of food and I'm done. ... (32 replies)
... ted to wean off. I was off and on for about a year or so. I never fully go off completely. I never really changed my diet but I did cut back a little a little on food excursions but still not eating healthy. ... (9 replies)
... Gerd can be from low stomach acid. It also can be from certain foods like coffee..peppermint..alcohol and even chocolate or any food allergy. Were you also checked for a Hiatal Hernia? ... (8 replies)
... mint, citris drinks and food, chocolate, alcohol and other foods that cause me trouble personally. I'm also eating high fiber, low fat meals, smaller meals, more frequent meals. ... (3 replies)
... I have been doing pretty well lately with my GERD so I have been slowly reintroducing coffee. ... (8 replies)

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