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... time job and my twin teenage boys still at home. I'm quite sure that stress and anxiety play a huge factor in the degree of damage as well as the healing time. ... (14 replies)
... I got the Nissen wrap nearly two months ago, and that has worked out pretty good so far, at least in stopping acid. I have had other issues, but I think they are probably unrelated. Anyway, after a lot of this started, I started to have some LPR symptoms: lump in throat, post-nasal drip, throat mucus, irritated vocal cords, etc. Well, I have supposedly been free of the... (2 replies)
... produces growth hormone in the brain, and growth hormone is exceptionally good at healing scar tissue. ... (9 replies)

... produces growth hormone in the brain, and growth hormone is exceptionally good at healing scar tissue. ... (9 replies)
... can dry the mucous membranes and cause throat irritation, then they look down your throat and see irritation and diagnose LPR. You cannot jump to a diagnosis of LPR just because they have seen irritation, when there is another perfectly rational likely explanation for your problems. If it seems unlikely then it probably is. ... (5 replies)
... I know what you mean about LPR being emotional... ... (119 replies)
... es I'm at someone house or out at a restaurant and I have a little of these things and if I didn't know I had LPR, I would miss the subtle wisps of the tell tale LPR vapor. ... (24 replies)
... I'm so happy to know that! Thank you for taking the time to say such nice things. ... (24 replies)
... months for it to heal your damaged parts, but if you read about it, people have some amazing success for not only LPR and GERD but also other complaints such as colitis. ... (119 replies)
... I've had LPR for almost a decade now. For many years, I was able to keep it under control with a combination of medications, diet and lifestyle changes. ... (24 replies)
... no" list so he could properly diagnose me. I refuse to do this. Why would I want to undo the healing and add to that, feel bad for 1,5 month? ... (68 replies)
... I am so glad I found this site. I just recent got diagnosed with LPR after going to several different docs to find out what was wrong with me. ... (24 replies)
... short 7 months ago he rawed his throat out with Mag Citrate. Ever since then he's had the exact symptoms of LPR. My husband also doesn't feel his condition is LPR either. ... (7 replies)
... to no avail. Finally went to see ENT and he was suspicious of reflux of the LPR sort, but wanted to narrow it down. ... (9 replies)
LPR and Fundo.
Apr 8, 2005
... for the treatment of LPR is useless. No wonder you dont feel better. You need to be on a twice a day treatment. And most LPR takes ATLEAST 3 months for healing, though 6 months or more is often the case. You need to be on 2x day PPI during this time. ... (8 replies)
... If healing is not complete, Nexium can be given for another 4 to 8 weeks. For maintenance of healing, the recommended dosage is Nexium 20 mg once daily. ... (65 replies)
... nd a half, and felt much better, or so I thought. I have had many life changes since. My boyfriend and I married, I started working 40 hrs a week for the first time in my life, and I have a 2.5 year old daughter whom I just stopped nursing 2 months ago. ... (4 replies)
... I've only had the digestive issues since an emotional collapse back in late 2001. Like you, I also know for a fact that my LPR is worse when I am under stress. The last few years there's been a lot of that with some family crisis moments, and my trying to hold everyone together. ... (61 replies)
... This is a very encouraging post, and I hope you the best in your healing and comfort, for God is good .. ... (21 replies)
... I wanted to know if my progress was normal with LPR or what I should be expecting. BOY WHAT A MISTAKE!!!! I love my ENT, but he is very, very busy, and works a lot with throat cancer patients. ... (5 replies)


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