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... stomach and esophagus irritation. I have IBS also. I am taking Nexium, which is OTC here now 22.6 mg per dose. I take 2 in the morning. ... (29 replies)
... Doctors believe it's due to the vagus nerve. Acid comes up, hits the vagus nerve, and causes you to feel nauseous. ... (2 replies)
... When The acid shoots up your esphogus it can irritate the vagus nerve thus causing heart palps. ... (39 replies)

... operation in September. I told the anaesthetist about this. After the 3 hour operation I was put in intensive care because my oxygen saturation levels were low and I was on oxygen until I was discharged. ... (1 replies)
... Palpitations can flucuate during the month along with your period naturally GERD or no GERD. ... (9 replies)
... I think anything that stimulates the vagus nerve can cause palpitations. ... (39 replies)
... It's a big connection, I have constant hoarseness brought on by GERD, that acid can cause inflamation and scarring in the larynx, lungs bronchial tubes, anywhere close by because the vagus nerve is irritated. ... (1 replies)
... and I felt better this morning. Here is what happens when I lay down I think acid flushes into my esophagus and burns my sore spots somehow this stimulates the vagus nerve and my heart rate goes haywire. It elevates to 127 up to 150 at times and I feel pulsations in different areas of my body. ... (5 replies)
... I did read one theory on several boards that talked about how reflux affects the Vagus nerve, which in turn will also affect the heartbeat. ... (39 replies)
... Some great advice! I too have tried the gammit of meds and still am flandering...I tried the dexilant for about two weeks...I took mine in the early a.m. and had a terrible taste most of the day...I really did not notice alot of change in the gerd...maybe I didn't give it enough time.. ... (15 replies)
... The good news is that you're not alone and this board has tons of info, the bad news is that everybody responds differently to different treatments. ... (15 replies)
... As far as I know, Amitriptyline doesn't actually treat GERD itself. ... (11 replies)
... The Amitriptyline acts to help calm your vagus nerve. Irritation of the vagus nerve can cause acid reflux type symptoms. In reverse, acid refluxing can irritate the vagus nerve at times. ... (11 replies)
... It is my understanding from my specialists that the wrap can appear intact during an EGD, but the EGD won't necessarily show if the wrap has slipped and may miss if it is too tight. My Pulmonologist said if the wrap is too tight it can result in some of the same symptoms. ... (15 replies)
... makes sense to me, since it lowers the acid levels, etc. But my doc said not likely and the research I have done have would suggest that is not the case. ... (29 replies)
... That acid is strong stuff, so when it comes up the esophagus a place with very sensitive cells it must stimulate a nerve reaction, vagus. ... (5 replies)
... and takes quite a LONG TIME. I am wondering if that is part of my problem and will brng it up with my Dr. next time. ... (18 replies)
... I've had reflux since I was 26 and now I'm 40. ... (32 replies)
... I have dealt with PVC's and PACs for years! I always attribute them to my hormone fluctuation, but do notice I get them more when I am overly full or have just eaten and then laid down. ... (1 replies)
... My ribs and into my thoat! Is that the feeling with gerd or a hiatal hernia? ... (14 replies)

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