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... months and have lost 15 pounds now. I'm already thin to begin with. I can only tell you from my experience so far what I think about your situation. There is no food stuck in your throat. If it is in fact acid reflux the food feeling is actually a referred symptom. It's due to excessive acid. ... (4 replies)
... Yesterday after an issue with trying to buy a cell phone and then getting worse in the evening I am feeling like there is a load of food stuck in the bottom of my throat. Like right below the adams apple. ... (2 replies)
... be GERD, it could be something more serious, but the most likely cause from all that you say is that it is stress. Stress interupts the normal functioning of the stomach and can cause the lump feeling, which is not a real lump. ... (2 replies)

... While waiting for my insurance to kick in my symptoms stayed about the same, but had a few new stomach issues added to the mix. ... (2 replies)
... p is that right after being released from the hospital, I had to make two trips to the emergency room in order to have my surgeon "clear" scrambled eggs that got stuck in my esophagus. ... (7 replies)
... I do not take acid reducers. When I first saw the GI, those times I had the feeling that sth was stuck in my throat and chest in addition to back bain while swallowing , and hence the doctor advised me acid reducers, Nexium and sth else which did not help. ... (25 replies)
... hen it became almost everything I ate. I hated to eat in public and would never eat alone because it got so bad. I never experienced heartburn until a few months before the swallowing troubles came on. ... (7 replies)
... I spent quite a while trying different things to get the reflux under control before I ever even contemplated surgery. Diet and lifestyle changes are the first thing you need to address. ... (15 replies)
... I had momentary, slight relief when the food came out, which clued me into the fact that the feeling was probably the pieces of food that were stuck in my esophagus. ... (21 replies)
... My primary complaint for a few years has been that food is slow to go down my esophagus, or doesn't go down at all. I have no difficulty with the voluntary "swallowing" action. ... (7 replies)
... ago my GP sent me to a gastroenterologist because I had heartburn and reflux. They did an endoscopy and discovered thru biopsy I had a bacterial infection in my stomach called H. Pylori. Supposedly it's pretty common, but only a few get really sick from it. ... (2 replies)
... I was on a constant parade back and forth to the Dr.'s. Which is why I want to have some knowledge before I go back and they just brush me off. ... (0 replies)
... Even if "only water" hurts, what did you eat before that? ... (25 replies)
... My ladylove is at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona for all of the reasons described in this thread. Told me yesterday about seeing the stuck barium pill with the water flowing around it. She has had many dilatations of her esophagus in the past several years for an esophageal stricture at the lower sphincter muscle of her esophagus and is now having gastroparesis... (9 replies)
Nissen, anyone?
Mar 10, 2005
... Hi I had the Nissen done 10 months ago. I tried all the PPI's and H2's and the stomach emptying drug. ... (36 replies)
... You probably upset your stomach and that is why you are feeling this way. try to let your stomach heal for a bit. I don't know what kind of stuff you have there in India, but try an over the counter med like gaviscon or pepcid and see how you feel. ... (1 replies)
... did not fix it, but I know it could just be from being intubated during surgery. I don't know how to describe it, but it does feel different than the lump I had before surgery. Time will tell with this one. ... (1 replies)
... did not fix it, but I know it could just be from being intubated during surgery. I don't know how to describe it, but it does feel different than the lump I had before surgery. Time will tell with this one. ... (0 replies)
... Hi can you please describe the chest pain? Is it constant? I have chest pain where if I move the tissue hurts or something hurts in the chest area (30 replies)
... l amount and increased to where I was loosing nearly everything that I ate. The GI doc said that the reflux caused the LES to "erode" and I could not longer keep food and liquid in the stomach. This led to the Nissen. ... (30 replies)

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