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... I remember before I started a PPI, my GERD was a lot worse during my period. After six years, I was downgraded to an H2 blocker four days ago and started my period today and the rebound seems to be worse today than it has in the past three days. ... (0 replies)
... which itself apparently presents enormous risks, including making things worse than they were before and irreversible. ... (7 replies)
... This definitely sounds counterintuitive. Most people when experiencing pain or uncomforted want to rest. BUT, rest with GERD is a double edged sword. ... (9 replies)

... This definitely sounds counterintuitive. Most people when experiencing pain or uncomforted want to rest. BUT, rest with GERD is a double edged sword. ... (9 replies)
... lder, bloating, constipation, feeling of fullness and heartburn.. The works. It never went away either. I finally saw my first GI. Told me I had IBS and probably GERD and wanted to do a scope and told me to take benefiber. ... (0 replies)
... All I can think of now is that I could be on my way to die of this horrific disease that sits at the end of the GERD path. ... (7 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Gerd about 2 years ago. I believe it is of the LPR variety. ... (2 replies)
... I have had GERD for 5 years. It flared up after a very stressful period at home and work. I have had so may Endocsopies and visting many GI and on diet, Herbs, all sorts you name it. ... (2 replies)
... anxiety connection. Been dealing with GERD for over 3 years, although both endoscopies I had performed over a 2 year period showed the same mild stomach inflammation and nothing else, no ulcers or esophagus erosion, no h. pylori, or anything else bad. ... (6 replies)
... I've sufferred with a relatively mile form of GERD off and on for 7 years. At the time I first had symptoms I was a smoker, and a moderate drinker. ... (6 replies)
... I highly suspect progesterone is causing alot of our problems. There is some indication in literature that there could be a connection - between progest. and gastroparesis (GP; possible real culprit of "GERD" for some) and weak/transient lower esophageal sphincter (LES). Supposedly, progest. DOES slow down the autonomic nervous system - the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. ... (7 replies)
... coffee creamer last week, I think that is part of my problem. I love it but just can't tolerate it for some reason. And , yes, I was telling my husband that my GERD seems worse right before my period. ... (8 replies)
... As my indigestion got worse however, I did more research and found most people claim that their indigestion got better from the diet. ... (0 replies)
... I have bad GERD all the time but I get it even worse right before my period as well. ... (7 replies)
... Does anyone think GERD is brought on, in some cases, by the hormones of PMS or perimenopause? ... (2 replies)
... I didn't think my GERD could get much worse but since being pregnant it has increased 10 fold so I can only imagine what my esophagus looks like atm. ... (4 replies)
... I've joined primarily for support and advice. I've had longstanding GERD and have been on Nexium 40mg for over a decade. In the past I've tested negative for H. Pylori. I've had 2 Gastroscopies over this period. ... (1 replies)
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... I have suffered on and off with indigestion for many years. The older I have gotten the worse these symptoms have become and the doctor has told me I have GERD. ... (3 replies)
... Hi all, i am new here and hoping you can help me. I have has GERD for many years, gone from Lansoprozole to Omeprozole and now on Esomeprozole (All this over a 20 something year period!) Been on Esomeprozole for about 10 years. Had my last Endoscopy over a year ago. I found out 2 weeks before it that coffee could be something that made it much worse, so i stopped it... (3 replies)

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