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... Thanks Solofelix, I tried once before a few years back but forgot about aloe juice. I've just received some Honeygar (organic raw apple cider vinegar with honey) which a lot of people claim to be excellent. (8 replies)
... I believe ACV is apple cider vinegar. 1 tablespoon of it, possibly diluted with water, is said to help the valve on top of your stomach work better and reduce reflux. It's a commonly cited folk remedy, fairly harmless. I use it myself sometimes. ... (19 replies)
... tums during the day and could probably take more but am really trying not to take too many. ... (9 replies)

... s ago. I was only taking 10mg every other day previously but still had rebound effects. I'm finding a spoon of Gaviscon at bedtime keeps it away during the night and much of the next day. ... (6 replies)
... EagleRiverDee, ACV might work by reducing levels of gastrin, which tell your acid pumps in your stomach to produce more acid. More gastrin = more acid. More gastrin is produced when the PH in your stomach drops. My sister said drinking pickle juice helped her out alot, and it's similar to ACV (apple cider vinegar). For myself, I seem like a nice Italian dressing with my... (113 replies)
... The key is Acid Cell production, and every time you eat or smoke or drink alcahol, your Gastrin goes into your stomach and determines if you need more Acid Cells. ... (14 replies)
... apple cider vinegar, etc., but nothing helped get off it. Now I have been off it completely for over two months. ... (110 replies)
Magnesium
May 31, 2006
... mag and apple cider vinegar are not a cure all miracle but they do work fairly well and it enables me not to use PPI. ... (5 replies)
... shortly afterwards as the pills were causing me to feel like things were getting stuck. I am a student nurse so I've been looking at medications quite often and i noticed an article in the BNF saying that PPIs can cause more problems than they solve... a feeling I have had since I started on them. ... (2 replies)
... hour timeframe and at night. That causes the rebound to be even worse. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you so much for posting your experience. I quit Prilosec cold turkey 8 weeks ago and still suffering although I never suffered before the doc put me on Prilosec 2 years ago. Your posts have kept me going through the rebound and give me hope. ... (113 replies)
... I am glad you are feeling well and in control of your health! ... (30 replies)
... ok I've tried all the basic things, PPI's, apple cider vinegar etc. etc. My results make no sense. ... (6 replies)
... You said that you had a phmetry. Did you have and the impedance test too and it was normal? ... (7 replies)
Nexium and itching
Apr 25, 2014
... effects, and how to get off of it. ... (1 replies)
... My ENT told me I had LPR and had me on protonix. I also was diagnosed with Chronic sinusitis so I am taking baixin that. LPR and sinus problems go hand and hand because lpr causes post nasal drip. ... (24 replies)
... I just stumbled across this forum today and thought I would give it a shot. ... (61 replies)
... nce mild to moderate heartburn. I think that is just the course of the disorder or disease or whatever this is for me. I take Zantac on the days my stomach burns and nothing but the supplements on other days. ... (113 replies)
... Rosebloom, I stopped taking Prilosec since I know there is more serious side effect if taken too long. I only took it when I had palpitation and anxiety attacks and when I got pregnant. Now, I check what I eat and sleep with many pillows under my head. I still eat chocolates and pasta occasionally. ... (113 replies)
... Hi LMF123, I was going through some of your threads and you mentioned something about throat irritation. I have the exact same symptom after discontining achiphex. ... (30 replies)


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