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Gerd, acid reflux and lpr


Starting about a year and a half a go now I've had symptoms of what seams to be lpr(laryngopharangealreflux) based on research I've done on the net and consultations with several doctors. I went to a gastrologist who did and endoscopy and was told I have acid reflux, some gastritis and minor hiatal hernia. What I experience not everyday but a few days of the week and not all in one day is a lump in the throat sensation, Tightness around my throat area, slight burning in my stomach, belching, and the strangest of all is yawning which will happen about 2-3 hours after I eat. I could yawn about 10 times in ten minutes sometimes. The yawning bothers me the most because my throat feels tight as it is so the yawning doesn't help. About 6 months ago I developed a problem with sleeping at night if I ate to close to bed time. I think it was the gastritis and feeling of fullnes in my upper abdomen that did it. Would wake up every 15 to 30 minutes with kind of sleep apnea feeling. Since then I have not had this reoccur except for two times. I have been on Prilosec for a litle over 6months now at 20mg twice a day. I do drink Aloe vera gel also. I think I'm overdue for getting off the prilosec. I am am a 35 year old male 5'5" 150lbs latin never had any history of illness or disease. I have lived on orange juice almost all my life may 4 12oz glasses a day if not more. Not anymore though have quit it for about a year now. I try to eat healthy not have alcohol or smoke. What would you suggest. Thank you for any help you can offer if you need more info please ask. Any idea about this yawning. Thanks again
  gmoreno on 2006-01-20
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I also have Acid Reflux ALOT, considering im only 14 years old i have absolutely no idea why its so much.
Is there any other way i can reduce the acid?
I dont have that much heartburn anymore
im taking homeopatheic medicine
but that doesnt help the reflux
5salat last decade
Nat Phos 6x (biochemic) is your remedy.

Dose is 2 tablets taken after lunch and dinner. You should experience almost immediate relief, say within 20 minutes after your first dose.

Eat small meals to stabilize your digestive system. Do not sleep for 2 hours after dinner.

Stop all other drugs you are now taking. No orange juice as this is acidic and may have caused your problem.
Joe De Livera last decade
I also have reflux....I think! I have had haertburn so bad but now I take two Zantac daily. I do not like western medicine but I have tried everything but voodoo! I have it daily and it is quite painful. I have some funny things about it though. I do not get it when I am asleep or in the morning...Only after I have been up for a while...I don't get it when I eat but only after. The heartburn is subsided due to the Zantac but this awful burning pain and constant clearing of the throat is very concerning. I have had two endoscopies and their was nothing to report. I have had several throat exams from the ENT and they called it Pharangitis. If it is reflux how can I get rid of it. It all started 10 months ago but is some pretty hardcore stuff to deal with. A-Typical is its label. I almost get burning under my ears and this doc(ENT) just keeps giving me expectorants.????? Willing to try anything!
Johnny Boy! last decade

Stop your Zantac immediately and start on Nat Phos 6x as suggested above and report progress the day after.
Joe De Livera last decade

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