Hi Diane...Sorry I took so long to respond...I hope your EDG went ok.....I went to an ENT dr in NYC that I found On Dr Oz's website that specializes in reflux, gerd & LPR....He told me I have LPR, that is why my throat is sore...He changed my meds and assured me that my throat will get better in time....I have to be on a low fat diet, no caffine....I got my self so depressed from this....mentally I am feeling better and just hoping for the best....Please let me know how you are doing...Wising you all the best, CarolynView Thread
I went for my EDG on 6/12....the dr now tells me I have a hitial hernia....switched my meds to Pantorazile SOD 40 mg...I am hoping this works...My stomach feels so bloated after I eat....I have been on a strick bland diet all along, I am so frustrated, just don't know what to do any more...Thank you both for replying...Makes me feel better.. Wising you all the bestView Thread
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