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... th sensors on it. It is put in the esophaegus in the same way as above with one end connected to a small computer device which is strapped around your waist. For LPR it should be a double probe with a sensor just above the lower sphincter and one just below the upper sphincter. ... (20 replies)
... My tongue coating varies from day to day and time of day. For 3 days post op I had no significant coating, no mucous, no globus,no bb... ... (65 replies)
... I too have a constant tongue coating. I also have LPR and await results of PH monitoring next week. For me the tongue coating and the other symptoms of the reflux are inter connected. The coating, bad taste and breath appeared at the same time as the excess mucous and globus. ... (44 replies)

... Now, I know that LPR does not require feeling really sick down there, as opposed to GERD. However, you might wanna know. ... (5 replies)
... I have noticed that many posters report that their LPR started after an upper respiratory infection.....ironically my LPR also started after an upper respratory infection...I had actuallty taken a trip to Italy... ... (22 replies)
... of sleep apnea is just the tongue falling back in the throat. ... (119 replies)
... This is a very encouraging post, and I hope you the best in your healing and comfort, for God is good .. (21 replies)
... to my ENT, PPIs don't work quickly. He said I would feel better on the Prilosec at one month than I would feel after just one week. He also told me dosing for LPR needs to be double what it is for normal GERD. I had been on Prilosec DR 20 mg once daily, but the ENT doubled it to twice daily. ... (21 replies)
... any damage being done to your pharynx and larynx has not shown up as yet however the lump in throat is usually one of the first identifiable physical signs that LPR is taking place. ... (21 replies)
... have been suffering from excess mucous, throat clearing, globus sensation, feeling of not swallowing properly i.e. pills lodging in throat, burning mouth, white tongue coating and almost constant bad breath. Went 2 c an ENT who suspected I had GERD despite me explaining that I don't get heartburn. ... (65 replies)
... When my LPR symptoms first appeared in May, I was consuming large amounts of coffee, alcohol, chocolate, and spicy foods. ... (55 replies)
... the ENT can also do PH testing to track and "confirm" if acid is travelling into your vocal area. Make sure your ENT has good background in LPR Reflux so you dont waste time. Your insurance may or may not require a referral? ... (24 replies)
... So last week I wake up one day and the back side of my tongue is swollen. ... (21 replies)
... Mike 2005 may well be right but my understanding is that the mucous with LPR is most probably Post Nasal Drip. ... (5 replies)
... I was alerted to LPR in a post by ginger. ... (65 replies)
... months ago I was eating lunch, could barely swallow and my tongue was itchy. Thought I was having an allergic reaction. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Neddy...It's all so confusing trying to sort out what is LPR related and what is not... ... (3 replies)
... Especially, your burning tongue HAS TO BE neurological. Think about it. How could that be anything other than nerves going crazy. ... (119 replies)
... will feel swollen and stiff, and sometimes like my tongue is pulling towards the left. This leads to a feeling of my throat being tightened and that my airway is diminished. ... (68 replies)
... If I NEVER had heard of LPR I honestly would attribute most, if not all of these syymptoms to sinus or allergy problems. ... (26 replies)

Associated Tags: dysphagia, gerd, lpr, lpr (laryngopharyngeal reflux), swallowing difficulty, tmj, tmj disorder

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