Acid reflux

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does anyone know if this can cause really painfull bloating abdomen. to the point i cant sit still it only eases when i move about

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    yes reflux does cause bloating as well as shortness of breath.. eating small amounts of food several times a day helps.. also dont wait till you are starving to eat.. carry crackers and eat a few if u cant eat.

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    have you been to a GI doctor? You may have an ulcer or a stomach infection, have you had an endonoscopy done yet? I have constant acid coming up all day and all night I was diagnosed with h pylori and GERD, not going away may need to go back to doctor, it won't stop no matter what I do, I am also on meds for it they are not helping so far.

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      hi

      no the doctors put me on omprazol 5 years ago and increased it to 2 x20mg a day about a year ago but the last few days i have been in agony with my stomach and they have said it is my ibs and acid reflux. they have not put a camera down. i am in more pain then I have ever been

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      they said all they can do is monitor it and they will only use the camera if it gets really bad because it is such an unpleasant procedure. however 3 nights in pain now. i cant see how this is all ibs and gerd 😕

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      are you loosing weight if so they should do a endoscopy and that's not normal to have so much pain with no relief o would really push for endoscopy I've had three it's not pleasant but you mite find out why your suffering so much pain

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