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... Trying to make a long story short without leaving out important details, so thanks if you read this and for any advice. or like experiences. ... (8 replies)
Bedtime & Food
Nov 1, 2011
... pm, sometimes later, then go to head an hour or two later. ... (4 replies)
... Tom You had your throat streched during your gastro or were you sent there specifically to have your throat streched? ... (37 replies)

... I am a 20 year old male. My mom has had GERD for about a year and a half now, and she just recently managed to get it under control, and now doesn't deal with as many problems. I never dealt with it until this point, so I was completely caught off guard. ... (1 replies)
... I also think there's anxiety factor with this, but you know it's hard to concentrate on other things while you have anxiety present as well, but I will try. ... (37 replies)
... Hi crystal mommy! I'm so happy you replied to this post along with baffled. Girl trust me I've been so depressed over this too! ... (14 replies)
... it's worst I was experiencing, burning tongue, left sided mouth, lip and lower facial tingling, and left arm pain. I went off the pill because I had nothing but problems with it since I started..... nausea, cramping, and then the numbness. ... (6 replies)
... I am new here but have been reading posts for the past month. I haven't been formally diagnosed with LPR but do believe I have it. I think! I'm a 47yo thin active female who eats right and exercises and has been healthy up until now... ... (10 replies)
... I've been suffering from a big flare up of acid reflux the past two months. I was eating soft grinded food initially because solid foods weren't going down right. I thought it had to do with my esophagus because of all the reflux. ... (14 replies)
... If what you are having is regular acid reflux, the time frame from a meal to symptoms should be short. However, if the issue is in part not due to acid reflux, the inflammation to the esophagus lining may not show up for a day. ... (6 replies)
... You experience heartburn then because the food the acid was working on is gone or mostly gone, and all you have is the acid left, which has nothing to do but cause problems and back up into your esophagus. Heartburn is usually more common two to three hours after meals. I have exactly the same problem. ... (5 replies)
... The issue is the actual esophageal muscles. Basically, Nissen Fundoplication means tightening up the sphincter between the stomach and esophagus by wrapping part of the stomach around it. This leaves only a narrow passageway for food to get through. ... (7 replies)
... when I felt this sharp pain between my shoulder blades and kept burping. I was unable to continue eating, and started burping up what I had eaten together with a substance which looked like saliva but was more frothy and slimy. ... (11 replies)
... Does anyone else get short of breath with dyspepsia or acid reflux? ... (1 replies)
... I went back to work at the 2 week mark. I was on a liquid only diet for the first two weeks and wanted to go back when I was able to ingest real food, alibet a soft food diet. I was still moving a bit slower, but I'd been moving around fairly well after the first week. ... (7 replies)
... Could I have worsened my HH with weight lifting? ... (7 replies)
... I had the Nissen Fundoplication 5 months ago. I followed the instructions for eating starting with all liquid and gradually adding soft blended food and then onto solid food. I still have trouble with meat and some other foods. ... (2 replies)
... have been doing so much reading and research for over a month now....I feel like I am losing my mind. I feel squeezed into a corner, in a complete state of panic with no way out. ... (7 replies)
... she will perform an endoscopy to see inside your stomach. If ulcers are found, most likely they were caused by H pylori and not by protein in your diet. ... (2 replies)
... work, father died suddenly, son diagnosed with rare seizure condition, etc. my eating went downhill to. I started to eat more comfort food and greasy foods. I would take Tums now and then but nothing chronic. ... (2 replies)

Associated Tags: acid reflux, cant eat, diverticulum, food getting stuck, motility, swallowing difficulty

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