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... Hi Sammy, :) Sorry to hear about your shoulder. What meds are you on for your inflammation? Inflammation frequently leads to other problems. I am glad yours is being treated. Antiinflammatory drugs can have quite a few side effects. If you are taking a lot of medication, you might be experiencing unwanted side effects or drug interactions. Some prescription meds... (17 replies)
... Flowergirl, thanks for the response. The nexium works for me pretty well. I mean sometimes if I drink too much coffee or too much alcohol I get breakthrough but it is rare. I guess Im just wondering if my recent stomach pains are from the meds or the Gerd. I am so young... ... (28 replies)
Getting worried
Oct 24, 2007
... I found it on the internet from a website that deals with GERD issues specifically. I just wanted to know the way that worked for you. ... (10 replies)

... hour period of eating. If you do a research on GERD and diet recommendations you should get something like this depressing list given to my husband and I on our do's and don'ts. ... (3 replies)
... Hi to all. I have read a lot on this site that many people with GERD and LPR get heart palpitations. ... (4 replies)
... Like I said I paid to see a very good GI consultant and luckily he actually suffered from GERD himself and therefore was very sympathetic and provided me with a wealth of information on the subject. ... (20 replies)
... Everyone gets reflux to some degree at some point. For most it is mild heartburn after consuming a large meal or eating quickly. When we talk about GERD and particularly LPR we are talking about a disease in so much as the incidents of reflux are greater than the norm. ... (4 replies)
... Never been a smoker, so I can't relate to that. But having Gerd unfortunately means giving up stuff we all liked. ... (5 replies)
... Hi again. Just thought of other things - you shouldn't eat late at night ie latest meal about 3 hours before going to bed. You should aviod tea, coffee, chocolate, high fat foods, alcohol, orange juice, tomatoes, peppermints - all of these either cause more acid or cause the valve at the top of the stomach to weaken and open, causing heartburn/GERD. Theres loads of advice... (7 replies)
... diligent about keeping track of it. Foods to avoid would be any that are "triggers" for his GERD. Common triggers include acidic, spicy, fatty foods, caffeine, alcohol and carbonation. ... (15 replies)
... Hi eew and nordic1, When my LPR symptoms first appeared in May, I was consuming large amounts of coffee, alcohol, chocolate, and spicy foods. I'd think nothing of going home after work and having a glass of red wine with a chocolate cookie. I think my LPR was the result of my diet. Otherwise, I eat mostly organic foods and very little wheat and dairy. I am slim and have... (55 replies)
... tell the Drs that I wasn't stressed...that I was burning to death. Even though my records from another region showed my diagnoses and that I was treated like a GERD patient they still thought it was a mental health issue. ... (24 replies)
... New to this site, this may be long... Around February I began feeling anxiety at night. This would start after I got the kids to bed and would be relaxed on the couch watching tv. My heart would race and would continue to bedtime and I had many insomnia nights where I couldn't get to sleep. I chalked this up to peri-menopausal. Then my heart would hurt and I really thought... (12 replies)
... 25 y/o male here. I just went through exactly what you did. I had had acid reflux since I was about 11 years old. Throughout college I drank a lot and smoked weed occasionally. I'm convinced this damaged my esophagus even more. The breaking point happened a year ago after visiting a friend for a week where I was drinking and smoking. It started one night where I couldn't... (10 replies)
... An interesting fact is that Japanese have a higher incidence of a gene which if they drink alcohol also make their face flush and is bad for the esophagus. Many Japanese have their esophagus examined yearly. ... (8 replies)
... I have to take it for the rest of my life. I have to say that the Aciphex itself was wonderful. I was completely symptom free and could eat and drink coffee and alcohol normally. Now, my diet is much more restricted and I have break throughs of heartburn here and there through the day. ... (110 replies)
... I recently just joined and posted something myself bringing up alcohol as the primary culprit. When I drink it though, my heart beats really strong and I can see my neck pulsating. It is scary. ... (3 replies)
... These feelings are normal with people with GERD in my opinion. ... (1 replies)
... For info the process I have gone through was to firstly see an ENT who diagnosed mild nocturnal GERD to which I was sceptical as I never experience heartburn. ... (9 replies)
Nissen, anyone?
Mar 10, 2005
... Anyhow I'm due for an Endoscopy next week and then assuming that confirms the GERD then my surgeon wants to perform an Anterior Partial Fundo'. ... (36 replies)


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