Acid reflux

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Suffering with this for three years. Main symptom is burning in mouth from acid burps.

Nothing seems to help. If i dont belch it is much easier. Been on Omeprazole for years.

Dr wants to try me on Metraclopramide. Do anybody else suffer with this awful symptom.

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    Hi Paulette

    suffering with Gerd a year now

    suffer with acid burps in my mouth and tongue colour changes .

    i am thinking of anti reflux surgery .

    can i ask you if your tongue changed colour due to acid

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      When you have acid burps do you have a lot of burning in your mouth. I have tried all

      the medication but nothing helps the burning

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    The key to treating GERD is not what meds you take, but RADICALLY changing your diet.

    What do you eat and drink in a typical day?

    Do you take Gaviscon liquid nightly before bed? If not, then start.

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      I did come off the PPIs, but in my case I was on them for 3 years. First Nexium which failed me. Then I was put on Pariet, which is a PPI but works differently. It worked for me.

      gaviscon liquid is recommended at 20 ml just before bed. That is one and a half tablespoons. Ideally DUAL ACTION Gaviscon. You can take the tablets if the liquid is unavailable.

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    Hi. I had acid reflux for 5 years. Common treatment do not solve my problem. Ultimately, doctors tell me the root of your problem is nervous. I came to the psychiatrist and after treating different medications, I finally got treated with "Nortriptyline".

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