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... s not good for you carried on drinking and occasionally eating spicy food symptoms got worse went back to Hospital got scoped a week ago turns out I have h. ... (5 replies)
... GERD is Gastroesopagus Refux Disease--- it is a problem of passing or refuxing stomach acids that is produce by proton pump cells (not all cells) in your stomach. Your stomach is made to handle a low pH acid but your esophagus will become inflammed & irritaed with that acid and it can lead to Barrett's esophagus that is so irritating it causes esophagus cancer in about 10%... (49 replies)
... this is getting flippin crazy and i'm ready to scream....i am NOT going to die from this. So, i am the person whom has been very slowly weaning off of benzos for anxiety. ... (0 replies)

... Hi, My brother's girlfriend works in a health food and herb store, she's told me that deglycyrrhizinated licorice (or licorice root...in supplement form) can be used to help relax the stomach. Basically what she said was that it acts as a natural stomach coater, it also helps with digestion and heartburn (and inflammed muscles for those who have nasty chest and back pains)... (1 replies)
... I have been using DGL Licorice on and off, for the moment OFF. I don't think the "coating" part is accurate. Maybe I'm wrong? ... (1 replies)
... read your post tonight and I am amazed by how similar, if not identical, our issues are. Thank goodness for this forum because I am on a mission, with the help of my doctor, to figure these wretched symptoms out. ... (7 replies)
... I really feel for you. We have some similarities. I started a new thread today with some of my experiences so far, and just saw your thread. ... (20 replies)
... Thanks for sharing your story. That is what these boards are about. I think we learn through each others experiences. ... (11 replies)
... t and she felt I had acid reflux, she referred me to a gastro. The gastro examined my throat and said "yes" I certainly had acid reflux, my throat was so raw and inflammed he scheduled a endoscopy right away. I had the endo done and he found a hiatal hernia and H.pylori. ... (0 replies)




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