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... I mean, it's not heartburn.. it's more like acid is burning my nerve endings in my esophagus and causing pain all over my chest and back... ... (11 replies)
... geal reflux disease.. so yes it is the same as acid reflux. There is a difference though between having GERD and the occasional heartburn.. but if you have that pain several times a week you most likely have GERD. ... (3 replies)
... My doc said come back in 2 months if not gone or much better...I don't know how long it takes to damage the esophagus or throat. ... (9 replies)

... Symptoms are a gnawing feeling in my stomach. Getting full and bloated after meals. H. Pylori biopsy will come back in a few weeks according to the gastro office. So far today hasn't been a bad day. Also, I'm on Famotadinen 40mg. ... (6 replies)
... I have never experienced this before until about 2 months after i finally got back on track with my meal plan and recovery from my eating disorder. It was just around meal times that I would be burping a lot but now it is constant. ... (3 replies)
... Is all the pain because I have done damage to my esophagus from the stomach acid? ... (1 replies)
... I don't believe in the whole acidic/alkaline thing. I think that is a fad and a marketing gimmick to jack up the prices of high pH water and other stuff. Your organs all have a different pH level, as does your blood. Your stomach is supposed to have a high concentration of acid in order to kill bacteria and help digest proteins. As far as my symptoms go, no I don't have any... (2 replies)
... I have done just that tonight! For the first time in weeks I had a sudden pain between my shoulder blades, and into my ears with heaviness in the throat. ... (2 replies)
... Chase, I'm sorry to hear that, I hope you find relief for your condition asap. I would like to comment on this: "I also pointed out to him that he himself told me that these PPI's are not safe long term and that my problem is completely mechanical and fixable" I agree with you and you're right about the risks PPIs can cause in long term, and that's one of the reasons I... (24 replies)
... Good luck Sam! You've given me some hope that in the future I may be able to get the surgery. Kepp us posted and Godspeed! (19 replies)
... he surgical soreness to be almost completely gone before I stopped my meds. That way, I will be able to more obviously feel if there is any acid working its way back up. ... (19 replies)
... Hi there, I have been on double the dose of Prilosec (40 mgx2 daily versus 20 mgx2 daily) for 3 weeks, due to a sudden severity in my GERD symptoms (pain in esophagus, unable to eat or sleep for days despite diet change, raising head of bed, etc). I feel better (not totally normal but better) and would really like to wean myself back down to the 20x2 at the 1 month mark (... (1 replies)
... aspiration pneumonitis, frequent aspiration during the night, sharp chest pain that was not heart related,etc. Now I am on a higher dose of Prevacid and waiting for the results of my biopsies. ... (4 replies)
... id. I swear overnight it was like all my problems went away. Late last night and now today my pains are back. No actual acid coming up, just a bit of stomach and esophagus pain, and it feels like my pec muscles are burning somewhat. Thats 7 days working great, now not so much. ... (27 replies)
... Gnawing pain between ribs and naval, burping, noisy stomach and gas and nausea at times,regurgitation of food. ... (9 replies)
... ning in my throat, my chest and my tongue. I thought to myself no big deal iy'd just heartburn i've had it before and i'll have it again. Next thing you know the pain and burning was so bad that I ended up in the hospital thinking I was having a heart attack. ... (13 replies)
... s and counting. I have had 2 endoscopes. First one showing nothing but after changing doctors the 2nd one was confusing. I had the Bravo ph test done and it came back within normal limits. The pathology report showed esophagitis secondary to acid reflux. ... (8 replies)
... re sypmtoms than i can even remember to write down. I originally went to the ENT because I thought I had an inner ear infection, vertigo, ringing in ears. Facial pain left side and eye socket area. After months of tests nothing. ... (13 replies)
... Ok, got it done... It was bad, but I was determined to get it done no matter what. I wasn't leaving without having it done completely - No way I was going back. Hardest part was obviously having it pushed down my throat, but I just closed my eyes and pushed through the difficult part. Swallowing and having it pushed down was also uncomfortable, but not as bad. After that,... (6 replies)
... go cold turkey. While it may be impossible to get through it without some discomfort, I do not recommend "powering through" major pain, you could irritate your esophagus that way and delay healing further. ... (6 replies)


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