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... tt's esophagus. Like everyone else I am on Nexium, Zantac and sleep with 3 to 4 pillows. Sometimes when I take pills it feels like it is just hanging out in my esophagus with a lot of pain. ... (38 replies)
... men, sometimes I feel a mild prickling pain my my left upper quadrant and sometimes on the right upper quadrant, I have mid upper back burning sensation and mild pain with the burning sensation in my esophagus, I sometimes get nauseated and a few times have had very loose stools, no vomiting and no bloody stools. ... (45 replies)
... ook the readings for reflux incidents frequency and duration and turned them into a score for me. For me they used the DeMeeter scale. Basically, my score came back in the extreme category. The Manometery they did at the same time confirmed that my LES wasn't closing properly. ... (1 replies)

LPR Reflux
Dec 22, 2007
... I have been dealing with acid reflux for about 14 years which has over this time gotten gradually much worse. As of now I suffer 7 days a week with no relief from antacids. I have been taking an OTC PPI (Prilosec) which has been 100% effective. After doing some research recently I decided due to the unsettling side effect of long term use of PPI's I'm not willing to rely on... (45 replies)
... aused this. A month ago I contracted a strep infection and took penicillin for 10 days. I also took some of the leftover motrin for a few days to help with the pain of the sore throat. ... (6 replies)
... chest. I have a tight feeling in my esophagus, and this gives the sensation that I am not breathing fully and feels tight. Sometimes, I can feel the food come back up briefly. ... (0 replies)
... e a bit for them to heal or you may still need to deal with them as well. Foods that really trigger your reflux now may be some of the last ones you want to add back into your diet. ... (2 replies)
LPR and Excercise
Oct 30, 2012
... chest is sore , sometimes it is hardly noticeable other times it is hard to take a deep breath. I can tell if I eat the wrong foods etc.. So it is not an achy pain or muscle pain but as if I have some inflammation from the LPR and it is irritated by breathing in. ... (4 replies)
... It has been suggested that some LPR patients actually have a form of neuropathy. Basically, you get a sore throat, then the nerves get damaged and the pain just keeps going. Drugs like GABA can actually reverse this process. ... (34 replies)
... modified diet and ten back to surgeon to consider stretching my esophagus. OMG, do I wish I had never done this!!. Please if you have had angina pain like me, then you have motility problems with your esophagus. Don't do this surgery. I have lost 8 lbs in 5 weeks and still on liquids. ... (18 replies)
... i had GERD, Barrets esophagus for 15 years now, am 64. Main reason for sugey is to stop reflux from aggravating Barretts any further. Tne esophageal spasms I had were same as angina pain. ... (18 replies)
... in the same boat as July. I have consulted with my doctor more, he did another test to confirm that there is no acid in the esophagus, but I still have the chest pain and discomfort. Every morning I feel like there is an elephant sitting on my chest! It is hard to get going in the morning with this feeling. ... (30 replies)
... Sounds so desperate and I feel for you so the best that I can come up with is that you need to change your doctor. Go alternative. You need someone who will look at your whole person not the symptoms. I would first look for a highly qualified Naturopath who will treat you with food (it is usually this that causes all our illnesses, the wrong combination, the wrong... (15 replies)
... tonix and Prilosec in between. Neither of those worked, and Nexium is now losing effect. Lately, the symptoms are pretty strong, with a constant burning in the esophagus area. I have had two EGD's done, along with one colonoscopy. The first EGD showed Barrett's, but the second did not. ... (1 replies)
... Acid reflux just means that the stomach juices come back up the esophagus. They are very acidic! ... (1 replies)
... My day starts by waking up in the early morning with pain in my esophagus and stomach. I don't eat for 4 hours before I go to bed. It feels like I swallowed something hard and it's just sitting there. ... (15 replies)
... It felt like the pills were getting stuck in my throat, but I kept telling myself there is no way that is happening. I burped once and a pill came back up, but that was it. ... (9 replies)
... I have no motility in my esophagus, judging by what you said I am sure you know that means I have no contractions in the esophagus to push the food down. ... (5 replies)
... st to see if it helped at all. I reluctantly agreed, even though I thought he was nuts. I didn't feel depressed, at all. But out of my desperation to stop the pain of the GERD, I am willing to try anything. ... (41 replies)

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