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... tis AND reflux. Instead of moving on to the intestines, food and gastric juices stay in my stomach too long, which inflames it and sometimes causes them to move back up the esophagus. ... (11 replies)
... eflux, but the other symptoms are still present. I still have to clear my throat and am suffering from excessive mucus in the throat. I still taste food in the back of my throat for as long as 2 hours after eating it. ... (3 replies)
... I would use tylenol or prescription pain relievers only, ibuprofen is far too harsh on the stomach. If the pill got stuck above the wrap, you could wind up with a major erosion in your esophagus. ... (2 replies)

... Chances are it's just acid reflux, because I have the same symptoms and I have acid reflux. ;) I've also had the wrap done. Anyone who tells you anxiety doesn't cause digestion problems is wrong and you need to see someone else. My doctor is convinced that a lot of my problems are a vicious circle. Anxiety causes me to produce too much acid, I produce too much acid... (3 replies)
... Seems like I am always bloated and stomach gurgles a lot, indigestion at least once a day, feels like something is trapped in my esophagus all the time like I need to belch but nothing comes out. ... (3 replies)
... I was totally opposite on the burping. My first couple weeks I burped a lot. My surgeon said it was air that wasn't making it down past my esophagus that was coming back up though, not what was trying to come up. ... (15 replies)
... Last year I had an endoscope which showed 2 gastric ulcers and the "beginning" of a 3rd one, inflammation, an esophageal polyp and was dx'd with AR and GERD. Doctor put me on Zegerid 40 mg once daily for 4 months. Then I had my second scope which showed my gastric ulcers were healed but still had a slight area of inflammation in the esophagus. My GI doc said I could... (3 replies)
... No. I only weigh 160lbs at 6'2". I do slouch in my chair at work though. Seems like I have a bad computer/desk setup. I workout a fair bit at the gym to strengthen lower back, but doesn't seem to help. (7 replies)
... but my chest was burning like crazy. I was convinced it was making me get GERD like symptoms as it can make your LES relaxed. Jamie gave me a scope to look at my esophagus and stomach everything was absolutely normal. No irritations. So she said it has to be neurogenic burning pain. ... (19 replies)
... y get better switching to Lyica and then eventually discontinuing it all together. I went to an allergist and got blood test and all environmental allergies came back negative. ... (91 replies)
... they injected me with a drug called midazolam and i slept through the whole thing didnt feel any discomfort or pain afterwards, i couldn't eat or drink anything hours before the endoscopy so that included ppi's. ... (12 replies)
... I can feel your pain and suffering. I am sorry. I had LPR at the age of 22. Been suffering it for 5 months already. ... (46 replies)
... throat problems easily. When they can't and nothing really noticable shows up on the exam......well........ it's reflux then, so take your ppis and don't come back to his office for a half a year! That will teach you, for having something that doesn't show up on an exam. ... (91 replies)
... Fast forward back to today. I saw the gastro doc and he's recommending that I have a bravo capsule put in to test the pH etc. and then be referred to a surgeon for a fundo. ... (0 replies)
Symptoms after EGD
Sep 22, 2010
... BTW, my esophagus and duodenum were normal and my fundoplication is still intact so that is good news. Now the 2 week wait for my biopsy results. ... (0 replies)
... I've done the routine of having the upper endoscopy and the discomfort of acid indigestion, the horrid pain of having an eroded esophagus, and the myriad drugs that just didn't work. ... (5 replies)
... I started getting mild pains in center of chest and some acid regurgitation back in Feb. It comes and goes. ... (3 replies)
... support one another. Reading other people's posts and their struggles with this disorder has been the only thing that has kept me going this far without running back to the PPI's. ... (113 replies)
... exercising could contribute to the stomach discomfort if you happen to be exercising on a full stomach or do stomach crunches. Both can help stomach acid splash back onto the esophagus if that LES valve is not functioning properly. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Annie: I have never been on hormone replacement therapy, but you bring up a very interesting point. My acid reflux did not start until I was fifty two and had started going through menoupause. I am now fifty five and still having periods every three-four months. My heartburn and reflux have never gone away. I used to take Aciphex (a PPI). I switched to an H2 blocker... (5 replies)


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