Shortness of breath with GERD and Colon spasms

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sbh20
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Date Joined Oct 2012
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   Posted 7/1/2014 4:01 PM (GMT -6)   
Am i the only one here who is experiencing shortness of breath with gerd. I have no problem with the airflow and i have been mesured with a sperometer and my airflow is just perfect. Its like i have something blocking my nose and i feel short of breath most days. And do you link gerd with colon spasms?

Linda Sue
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   Posted 7/2/2014 11:18 AM (GMT -6)   
sbh20, I too have been experience shortness of breath plus many other problems such as chest pain, tightness, nausea and I now believe that PPI's are causing more problems than I had before.
 
sbh20, are you taking any acid controlling drugs?  What other symptoms do you have?  Do you have a hiatal hernia?

sbh20
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   Posted 7/2/2014 1:24 PM (GMT -6)   
Yeah i have chest pain and im taking 80 mg of nexium a day and it doesnt seem to be working, i have reguritation almoust every day

Mommanoesbest3391
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   Posted 7/3/2014 6:26 PM (GMT -6)   
I take Nexium 20mg twice a day and I also noticed some shortness of breath that I don't think I had on Losec four years ago but I also have eaten much in last weeks so that could be a reason for no energy/ loosing breath and tired.
-Take care of your mind and body so that your soul will be tempted to stay-

GERD with laryngoesophagitis
Intercostal Neuralgia 2012
General Anxiety Disorder

Tecta 40mg 2011
Losec 20mg twice a day 2011-2014
Tramadol ( discontinued ) bad for my reflux
Dexilant 60mg ( discontinued) did nothing for me
Ativan 1mg since 2011 for body/ GERD spasm and sleep as needed.
Nexium to come.
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