Hi i was reading what you wrote I was diagnosed with GERD 2 years ago and i also had surgury but now i have been having really bad chest pains and underneth my left breast and in my upper back the pain is bad it fills like im on fire. I went to my doctor and they did chest exrays and they also did a endosopy and had to drink some really bad barium stuff to they have did all the test they can think of up here in roseau, mn and they cant find what is wrong so they want to send me to the cities to the university of MN but i cant get in there tell june 6 and they just keep putting me on pills i now take 5 pills and those are acid reflux pill and those are not helping i thought the surgury was suppose to fix this promblum but now 2 years down the road i am worse then before i was having all these problumView Thread
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