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Achalasia cannot eat or drink

Hello,

My wife was recently diagnosed with Achalasia after having a motility study done. She has already lost about 15 lbs and cannot keep any food or liquids down. The soonest she can get in to the Gastro specialist is 4 weeks, she can not go that long without food or water! She does not seem to have GERD or indigestion but her lower esophagus will not open to let food pass. Any remedies to help her get by until she can get in to see her specialist??? any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Mike
 
  Larson77 on 2016-03-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please describe your wife as to her physical appearance and mental disposition.
 
telescope 5 years ago
Mentally she is in pretty good spirits considering she hasent ate in weeks besides some foods that pass in between the throwing up. No issues mentally and no real physical abnormalities if thats what your asking besides some spine issues and she did have a cervical disk replacement a couple years ago. She does tend to stress and I belive that is one of the things that has brought on the achalasia. Thanks in advanve!
 
Larson77 5 years ago
Please give her one dose Calcarea Carb 1M.
Do not use any other medicine.
Tell her not to use any sour food or drinks.
Update one day after taking medicine.
 
telescope 5 years ago

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