Posted 12/3/2019 3:37 PM (GMT -7)
My doc thinks I have achalasia based on barium swallow/history of autoimmune disease. Manometry upcoming to confirm diagnosis. She said this condition is actually the best case scenario, because otherwise, there would not be much they can do for me (apparently, I have the swallow function of a 90 year old at 49!). Can anyone tell me what to expect from the surgery/recovery? I have had spasms....are these improved with the Heller Myotomy?