In the US, they are not allowed to tell you the results right away. The information has to come from your doctor. Ask the techs if you can get a report sooner.
The monitor does show the ph level dropping during reflux, if it is set up for it. I had my monitor for 4 days, actually had to switch monitors after 48 hours. The 2nd one wasn't set to show the levels. I missed looking at it. So, ask the tech about it before they sedate you.
The manometry test takes some major mental relaxation techniques. I put myself (in my mind) on a beautiful beach enjoying the sea, taking in deep breaths of the wonderful sea breezes. Prior to that, I could not help from swallowing.
GERD (Nissen Fundolplication Sept. 2013)
IgG, IgM Deficient
Chronic Pain caused by Degenerative Arthritis,
Asthma, Chronic Sinusitis, Allergies,
Chronic Kidney Stone Disease, Depression/Anxiety