I was diagnosed with GERD grade B before 3 moths,
i thought this will not last too long, as my doctor was reacting too cold toward it,
but since that ,i have not had a normal day anymore, i wasn’t aware which food I’m supposed to eat, and which are the
I've had indigestion issues all my life but at age 35 I began taking PPI's which eliminated any need for antacids and I could eat/drink anything without concern. Two years ago, age 58, I woke up with the taste of acid in my mouth which I had never experienced.
I went to see a Gastro Dr, had endoscopy, ph monitoring, and motility test. Found out my LES doesnt close, my reflux was n
I started getting problems with reflux in 2014, I would get the usual heart burn after eating certain types of acid forming foods which became frequent, i used to drink alcohol and spicy foods. the problem progressed to central/upper chest pain which I first thought was a heart attack. The doctor prescribed 20mg Omeprezol (PPI) and told me to reduce drinking and try changing my diet. Like every
This is my successul experience how to treat my Gerd (not cure).
I have Gerd since i was 30 (now im 38). I am now no longer raking PPI or H2 blocker but acid reducer (2 or 3 days a month).
how do I treat my Gerd without medicine ? I would go straight to the answer so you dont have to read a long story : DOING PUSH-UP EXERCISE. You have to exercise hard si
Hi, I'm 65 years old. I'm active, we own horses and camp and trail ride. I'm a little overweight. I have been suffering 10 years with reflux. I have had every test. Shows nothing. I take 20 mg Nexium. Nothing is helping. I have constant burning in my throat, throat clearing, sore throat. At this point I'm worried about my esophagus. I also have pain in my back and some in chest.. I have had EKG
I have only been suffering with gerd for 2 months or so now, it all started with me eating late at night and going straight to sleep, I would wake up feeling sick and have a bit of heartburn to start with. A few days later I noticed that I had chest pain that felt like it was coming from just below my breastbone, I also noticed I could feel the pain inbetween my shoulder
I am a 16 year old suffering from GERD. I was first diagnosed when I was around 5 years old. But I suffered from it since I was a newborn. In addition to GERD, I also have asthma and allergies. I'm basically sick often and my allergies trigger my asthma, which trigger my reflux and vice versa. I have lost my voice from the acid several times. I had my second reflux induced asthma attack and it
Just wanted to write about my experience so far and see if anyone have any similar stories and any treatments that help. It all started about 2 months ago in the middle of April, I was eating some strawberries and laid down right away and all of a sudden felt like a weird sensation in the middle of the chest. I thought it was normal at first just to have my first heart
When I was 12 I remember the very first time I ever had heartburn. I woke up from a nap and had sourdough bread. I remember thinking I was gonna die. I never felt this before. My mom said there was no way in hell that I had heartburn at 12. She gave me a tums and we went on with our day.
From then on I would get heartburn fairly often. At least once a month. I just took some
I have been dealing with GERD for 7 years now and everyday I learn new things. The other day I came accross this video on youtube that has given me advice and I thought I'd share it with everyone. I tried some of the products suggested and it helped a lot. Wish you all great health
Hello all! I was diagnosed with GERD in February 2020. My symptoms started around October 2019, leading to an urgent care visit after Christmas due to severe nausea. This is one thing you don't see much, as nausea usually isn't one of the prominent symptoms. I almost never get heartburn or actual acid reflux (very grateful for that!). That's only due to a careful diet and medications however, a
I have been reading these stories for years, thank you to all who shared. Time to give back.
Hi, I’m Rhea, I’m 17.
On October 8th, I had surgery to get my wisdom teeth out. For the next few weeks, I was on every medicine you could think of. Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Hydrocodone, Antibiotics, the works. I was constantly drugged with something, so I was constantly putting chemicals in my stomach. About a week after I was taken off the meds, I started to get burning pa
My issues started in 2009 and it all started with persistant diarrhea, indigestion, heart palpitations and nausea. I was working a full time job and struggled to make it through each day with the diarrhea. They prescribed every drug for reflux but they only made the diarrhea worse. Eventually the diarrhea slowed down after taking Protonix and severe constipation kicked in which prompted m
I was diagnosed with Gerd about six years ago after being scoped. Since then my discomfort is pretty much 24/7 with no relief. For some reason the drugs that I’ve tried do not work on me. I have learned to live with it for the most part but tend to have flareups that are getting worse and worse and are making me miserable. Interestingly enough this all began after I started to
My GERD started a few months ago and reading others personal stories has given me some hope. For me, my reflux is all day every day. I dont get a break from the pain. And being a mom and a wife I feel like I'm failing lately because I've fallen into a deep depression and becoming distant. I'm constantly having anxiety with my heartburn hoping and praying it goes away, I'm on strong ppi's twice
Hi, I'm Alex, Male 25 yrs. I would like my story about my sufferings from GI disorders.
I still remember the day when it all started, all of a sudden. It was a fine day in the year 2008 & I was in my high school then at that time. Everything was fine before the break. I had my snacks and after some 30 min I felt huge rumbling in my stomach. Within few minutes, I had developed
I wanted to share my story because, after many years of suffering the symptoms of GERD, I think I'm finally starting to see light at the end of the tunnel. I've always been very apprehensive about using medication to treat this awful condition, particularly Nexium because I've read a lot about the long-long side effects, so I tried to modify my diet to avoid the constant burping, heartburn and
I am 46 years old, not overweight, and I am taking the time to post to this forum because I felt really really hopeless along my journey to be free of GERD, and after making specific changes in my diet, I now feel nearly completely cured of my reflux (which manifested not as heartburn but as a burning in my throat and a choking sensation). But, just 6 months ago, I was so desperate I was consid
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