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... the last 5 years are increasingly calling into question the "difficulty" of making an LPR diagnosis, particularly since we mostly have no heartburn, no previous acid problems until the acute onset, no signs on barium swallow or endoscopy. Well, that's because it's not reflux! ... (91 replies)
... s, drinking espresso, eating at mcdonalds, and drinking frequently has caused some improvement in my case. I can't really explain that, if my case is related to acid reflux. ... (91 replies)
... To stop the reflux OR to stop the symptoms? ... (91 replies)

... The lump in the throat or globus is a classic symptom of LPR or Laryngo Pharyngeal Reflux which is a form of acid reflux which largely bypasses the esophaegus hence no heartburn situation. ... (6 replies)
... In my case, over the last 2 and half months my problem went from full on globus to a feeling of "something" in the left corner of my larynx. ... (91 replies)
... Hi there, I have read your posts in the pasts. We seem to have some things in common. I have 5 kids, which included two step-kids. 16 year old girl and 14 yr old boy. What trials I have with them!! My husband does the same thing at times. Then I have to discipline, then I am the bad guy. Well, my throat does the same thing. It tightens up really tight (Globus) It... (14 replies)
... My ENT told me my throat is red possibly from the PND and the acid reflux. ... (3 replies)
... I should mention that amitriptyline has always been very effective for globus or trapped gas in my throat feeling but I get a bad burning in my chest, which gets more intense as I increase the dosage. ... (91 replies)
... LPR differs from GERD in that there is often no heartburn present as the reflux is of higher PH than would damage the esophaegus and moves so fast through it to cause any damage in any event. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, It appears you do have acid reflux. ... (2 replies)
... Exactly that. Globus and sore throat gone, but I still have a "pinch in the corner" exactly!!! I can't believe how well that describes what I'm still sensing. ... (91 replies)
... I am pretty new to this forum , but when I read your "brief" description, I just had to reply. I gave also been having the LPR, or Silent Reflux symptoms for several months now. ... (12 replies)
... I ended up with an unusually severe case of acid reflux that caused me some very severe health problems that are a bit atypical. ... (5 replies)
... hard to swallow.NOw stomache pains.Dr. said it was acid reflux. ... (4 replies)
... I found this topic, and LPR came to my attention. Well, I do not have Acid reflux, thats a rare thing to me, heartburn I had only few times in my live. ... (28 replies)
... my primary goal right now is to heal my throat, i have just decided to not eat any foods that cause acid reflux. ... (5 replies)
... What you describe is a common symptom of acid reflux that is technically called "globus pharyngeus" - basically a lump in the throat sensation. It's caused by the areas in your esophagus that are inflamed and irritated by the acid reflux (the throat clearing is also a common symptom). (5 replies)
Just acid reflux??
Feb 11, 2009
... s been 8 months of treatment and I still have the same symptoms. I went to the ENT and he is sending me for an endoscopy. Can these symptoms just be related to reflux or is it something worse such as throat cancer or Barrett's esophogus. ... (2 replies)
... actually better than normal. His appetite is better than before he had acid reflux and no more nervous stomach in the morning before school! ... (123 replies)
... Consider this logic. I bet you, like me, had no reflux issues before your cold. Your cold started as a virus attacking your throat, you now have throat problems that are ongoing as a direct result. ... (5 replies)

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