As it turns out, I ended up having a scope done July 2/14. and it was clear for lesions, ulcers, celiac disease, esophageal cancer, and even Hpylori. However, since I mentioned having a "lump in the throat" sensation that never seems to go away, he said that I had " globus pharyngeus". It can be caused by a variety of issues including stress, which, who wouldn't have stress worrying about what is going on with your stomach. I also ended up having a colonoscopy because that had come up positive for occult blood, but that to was clear. I still am having stomach trouble, but the major flare up has stopped for now, I can't say that I ever eat and feel comfortable after, I guess that will never change in spite of watching what I eat. I have raised the head of my bed and that also seemed to help, I take 40 mg. Nexium a half hour before eating breakfast, and a half hour before eating dinner, taking a spoonful of liquid Gaviscon before bed, also has seemed to help. I don't know when the lump in my throat feeling will go away, but I try to ignore it during the day and I'm able to swallow okay so far. I'm due to have a test called manometry in October, I'm not sure if I'm a candidate for Nissen Fundoplication, as I don't ever feel burning, just uncomfortable full feeling most of the time, but I guess I'll see. My anemia doesn't seem to be connected with my stomach problems so that's good to know, that's another story altogether and also somewhat under control.
I hope this helps out, I was sure I had a much bigger problem as you've read from my previous posts, it really felt that bad. Living with this stomach problem is just hell most of the time, it's hard not to focus on it everyday, but I'm sure you and countless others know what I'm saying. Best of luck.