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... It could be from anxiety rather than an issue with your digestive system. Stress and anxiety can cause the body to mentally and physically do all sorts of things. ... (11 replies)
... Last year I had and endoscopy after suffering for 3 years with issues off and on. ... (11 replies)
... Trying to make a long story short without leaving out important details, so thanks if you read this and for any advice. or like experiences. ... (8 replies)

... I've followed about the same route you have in as far as acid reflux problems and breathing problems. It's quite common. Same as with PPI's. Seems we're all different and what works for one, doesn't another. ... (3 replies)
... Anxiety will definately create the 'lump in the throat' feeling. It's terrible. And the more we stress, the worse the 'lump' feeling gets. ... (11 replies)
... It is possible. Remember that for the longest time they thought ulcers were caused by "stress", then they find out that it's caused by a bacteria. Makes sense, stress lowers your immunity, so the bacteria can take hold. The same should hold true for a fungus. ... (9 replies)
... Last night I had prime rib and ate it without any problems. The issue is that its all intermitent. ... (11 replies)
... For the past 3 years I've been having problems with gagging and vomiting and I still don't know what it is. ... (3 replies)
... I also have probs swallowing. A few months ago it was so bad, that I couldnt even swallow my saliva. It is better now, but I do still sometimes have probs swallowing my food. I have LPR, gerd and hiatal hernia. You dont have to feel the acid or the burn to have lpr. ... (17 replies)
... I am really sorry to hear you are having a terrible time with your throat and I can sympathise very much so. ... (9 replies)
... I am so happy that we have found each other! I seem to have good moments and bad moments...I am really an emotional roller coaster right now! ... (14 replies)
... My Dad was not so lucky. His problem ended up being a cancerous tumour in his esophagus and he passed away after 6 months. My acid problems started a few months after his passing. Never, ever had a problem before. Weird. ... (6 replies)
... Ok...I just woke up and read your post. ... (44 replies)
... I have read alot of post here about people having problems swallowing. ... (3 replies)
... It was horrible to say the least. Took 500mg CLARITHROMYCIN and had adverse reaction within 2 hours so they switched me to 250mg AZITHROMYCIN and i took my albuterol inhaler and it slowly got better. ... (0 replies)
... I have LPR and very similiar issues to yourself, including the breathing difficulties. ... (3 replies)
... Hello Garlicgal. I sleep good on some days and other days I sleep just like 4 to 5 hours, since I'm a college student and sometimes I finish writing papers after midnight and my first class is at 8am. On the weekends I try to sleep more. About the vitamins, I know that my dr. ... (68 replies)
... weeks I was having some major issues with food. Stress made things even worse it was just a horrible cycle. I finally began to eat normally but the acid was still there. ... (1 replies)
... I do not take acid reducers. When I first saw the GI, those times I had the feeling that sth was stuck in my throat and chest in addition to back bain while swallowing , and hence the doctor advised me acid reducers, Nexium and sth else which did not help. ... (25 replies)
Apr 30, 2008
... Yes I am one px prilosec a day but its not working. I originally started taking it because of swallowing problems. I went on cipro for a UTI and its been hell since then. The swallowing is better but the GERD is not . I was scoped for swallowing issues about 18 months ago and nothing was found. ... (7 replies)

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