Hi Tammy! Yes, I have Barrett's Esophagus, too. It is erosions of the lining of the esophagus near the stomach attachment caused by the acid reflux. There is a higher risk of developing esophageal cancer than someone without Barrett's, but I don't think it is necessarily a "high" risk per se. You need to take an anti acid reflux medication (I take prevacid) and make sure you get followed by your physician, preferably a GI specialist (gastroenterologist). It's about 2 years since my last endoscopy, so I know I will be due for another one soon. Your best bet is to get the reflux under control to allow the erosions to heal.