acid reflux

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Hello, I was wondering if anyone else has had problems with acid reflux. I keep getting a burning in my chest and acid in my throat amongst other nasty peri symptoms. It feels like its one symptom after the other 😢.

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    It is, Lisa cry.  Do not dispair, they are going to recede, soon or later.  Try 1 spoon of unfiltered, organic apple vinegar in a glass of water before food.  Some people find it too strong, but for me worked.  And it is good for cholesterol, diabetes, and other issues, too.  Research.  Big hugs.
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    I have been getting more acid reflux myself and sometimes a little burning in my chest. I myself have been diagnoised with acid reflux. You may have had it and are now just noticing it more through menopause
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      Hi Susan, may I ask for how long you have had it?  I developed some symptoms, not really agressive, but they just desappeared same way as they started.  I wonder if I had gone to a doctor he would not rule I had accid reflux, even though it was only a phase.
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    Hi Lisa

    Yes I've had terrible acid reflux. never had it before in my life. I eventually tried giving up dairy, & that worked for me. xx

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    Hi Lisa yes I had it when I was 49 got took in hospital via ambulance. but they didn't put it down to reflux they branded me with angina. I did ask them if it could be reflux as my sister had it through menopause. I'm now postmenopausal been through hell since I was 49 now 52 On hrt still trying to find right one.good luck xxx
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