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Hopes
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Date Joined Feb 2006
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   Posted 4/7/2006 3:55 PM (GMT -6)   
 I had an endoscopy yesterday.  It showed gastritis, esophagitis and multiple polyps whiched she bioposied. She said that yes  I have GERDS but not bad enough to be giving me all my chest symptoms. ???
 
My question: Is it normal to be really sore around you lower chest area after one of these things?? It is sore and sometimes kind of painful  like pressure pushing up from underneath from the stomach right where the sphincter muscle is. Did any of you guys have that the day after an endoscopy?   I was fine yesterday. I woke up with it today. The pain, soreness and discomfort kind of comes and goes. How long will it last?? I'm a bit miserable today.

aeis2000
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   Posted 4/7/2006 5:01 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Hopes ( High Hopes..:),

Yes i did experience the pain , discomfort below the sternum after my endoscopy. I did not know what was happening and went to 3 different doctors. All put me on some sort of medication but there was no improvement. One doctor even gave me a pain killer injection which was supposed to last for 8 hours.

I was not able to sleep well at nights because i would wake up feeling shortness of breath. Feels like pressure around the diaphram region. After every meals abt 1 1/2 hours later i could also feel some discomfort ( not sure if you are experiencing this).

Well, it took a month before the pain completly vanished. I could feel that every day there was a slight improvement.

The frustrating part is that the doctor who perfomed the endoscopy should at least mention these symptoms but he never did leaving me to guess what could be wrong with me.

You must also be experiencing sore throat??. That takes abt 4 days to subside.

So hang in there!!! It is just the after effects of the endoscopy. All that pushing of the tubes into virgin territory is what causing all these discomfort. Nothing to worry about!!!... :-)
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