Thanks everyone for the replies!
I am taking protonix and I just started after the endoscopy. I was on it a couple of years ago for about 8 months and went off when I started having some troubles on it. So now I'm back on it and we'll see how it goes.
I think I'm feeling better. I only have the esophogus/stomach pain in the morning now instead of throughout the whole day. So that is GOOD!!!!
Dreamgirl: NOW I know how stupid it was for me to be yelling (cheering would be a better word) at my daughter's game. We all always do it. (We don't yell at the girl or ref or anything-just cheer on) Honestly my throat wasn't sore before that though and I just didn't think about it. The pain was down lower. Would you believe it took me awhile on Saturday afternoon to figure out why my throat was so sore-and it just kept getting worse throughout the day. However Sunday morning my throat was better.
The thing getting to me now is that my regular/normal chest pain is back.(Like I thought the endoscopy would magically make that go away!!! Oh well...I can always wish.) I guess it is the coronary artery spasms after all. I don't want to complain too much. The cardiologist will up my CCB. Then I'll probably really have trouble with my stomach... and edema... and bruising... and ???? I'm going to take Aldo's suggestion and see if maybe there could be another medicine to try. You never know until you ask.
I see my cardiologist in May. The GI wants me to see him right now because I am still having chest pain but she just doesn't understand that I have this every day practically and I'm still here! Believe me if it got worse I'd go in right away but the pain I feel now is the normal pain that I have gotten use to (kinda).