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   Posted 2/7/2014 11:28 AM (GMT -6)   
the cant seem to do much for digestive problems. I have read nearly every post here and i share many of the bizarre and horrible symptoms that you all do. I just cant believe how bad this. I have lost all hope. The pain just keeps spreading. I have so many symptoms now i cant even list them. Nothing makes sense anymore. How can hunger pains cause my throat to feel swollen up? Why am i having spasms near my hiatus hernia? Why are my sinuses a wreck? Why do i have to swallow constantly? The list is endless. Sorry for the rant. Ive had enough.

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   Posted 2/7/2014 12:06 PM (GMT -6)   

I feel your pain. I have had GERD for years and not being helped by medication or anything really is the pits. I take a ppi and that helps sometimes but with my other issues it is hard to tell some times.

Please never give up hope. The medical advances are becoming better every day and soon we will not suffer at all. I hope and pray that things get better for you soon.

Stay strong hun, life will get better soon I know it.
With love and hugs from MissJD (s2s)

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   Posted 2/9/2014 2:46 PM (GMT -6)   
I hear you. Seems like they should have been able to come up with a better solution by now. I'm trying to avoid the surgery, seems for some it either doesn't entirely fix the problem or can even make things worse.

Keep hoping they'll come up with something better than tieing my stomach around my esophagus which can tear out if I throw up(which with migraines I will)

Here's hoping for a better and less invasive solution. Hope you're having a better day too.
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