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    I get a lot of pain in the top of both shoulders and also pain inbertween shoulder blades and have to get some one to stick there hand in them and have like crampy feeling in hands and also suffer with bad gerd
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      I used to get pain in my arms and never knew what it was. Since the Stretta treatment, I no longer get pain in my arms....

      I would like to share this news with you...Stretta treatment for Gerd Acid Reflux

      Stretta treatment. My Story......

      It has all gone very well, the procedure is straight forward here in the UK.

      I followed the Specialists treatment of Stretta Treatment 2016 and advice on diet.

      The diet aiding a good healing, in the recovery of the Stretta treatment.

      Diet following Stretta procedure, 3 weeks liquid and then 6 weeks soft food.

      This aiding a good healing in the recovery of, the Stretta treatment. 

      For any pain, in the days following the procedure The painkiller has to be liquid. He advised here in the UK, Calpol painkiller (liquid). 

      The liquid diet is hard as you get into the 3 weeks, but no harder than some people have to experience with other graver illnesses. This was my attitude of mind, to aid this procedure to heal really well, I followed my Specialists advice.

      I am recovered in my Esophagus, my stomach and I do not choke and cough in my throat.

      The lump in throat was due to so much coughing that it affected the skin and made it kind of loose and would come part way into my throat when coughing. My throat was very delicate and sensitive and I would choke on a even a crumb. It has all now strengthened and healed.

      My body feels well, calm and happy and relaxed, without all the coughing and I do not now suffer the reflux. I am healthier and improved in my general health. I am however, still careful with my diet of foods that can cause "excess acid", like fatty foods and spicy foods.

      I recommend Stretta treatment, including following the aid to healing, by following the diets for 9 weeks, following the procedure.

      Wondered if you are in the UK, as some people are from US.This can make a difference to how we talk about treatment. 

      Update Saturday 10th June 2017

      I recently had an endoscopy as it is thought, that I may have gallstones in the Gall bladder.

      The endoscopy showed that all the damage the acid did, is now healed.

      The small hernia has shrunk and gone

      The muscle is now tightened, at the opening of my stomach 

      My esophagus is healed of acid damage.

      My stomach is healed of acid damage.

      I have seen the photos of all this and it is really quite remarkable. The surgeon was really pleased. 

      Hope this helps 

      ElizabethG 

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    I used to get pain in my arms and never knew what it was. Since the Stretta treatment, I no longer get pain in my arms....

    I would like to share this news with you...Stretta treatment for Gerd Acid Reflux

    Stretta treatment. My Story......

    It has all gone very well, the procedure is straight forward here in the UK.

    I followed the Specialists treatment of Stretta Treatment 2016 and advice on diet.

    The diet aiding a good healing, in the recovery of the Stretta treatment.

    Diet following Stretta procedure, 3 weeks liquid and then 6 weeks soft food.

    This aiding a good healing in the recovery of, the Stretta treatment. 

    For any pain, in the days following the procedure The painkiller has to be liquid. He advised here in the UK, Calpol painkiller (liquid). 

    The liquid diet is hard as you get into the 3 weeks, but no harder than some people have to experience with other graver illnesses. This was my attitude of mind, to aid this procedure to heal really well, I followed my Specialists advice.

    I am recovered in my Esophagus, my stomach and I do not choke and cough in my throat.

    The lump in throat was due to so much coughing that it affected the skin and made it kind of loose and would come part way into my throat when coughing. My throat was very delicate and sensitive and I would choke on a even a crumb. It has all now strengthened and healed.

    My body feels calm and happy, without all the coughing and I do not now suffer the reflux. I am however, still careful with my diet of foods that can cause excess acid, like fatty foods and spicy foods.

    I recommend Stretta treatment, including following the aid to healing, by following the diets for 9 weeks, following the procedure.

    Wondered if you are in the UK, as some people are from US.This can make a difference to how we talk about treatment. 

    I now, do not choke and cough in my throat.

    My body feels well, calm and happy and relaxed, without all the coughing and I do not now suffer the reflux. I am healthier and improved in my general health. I am however, still careful with my diet of foods that can cause "excess acid". 

    Update Saturday 10th June 2017

    I recently had an endoscopy as it is thought, that I may have gallstones in the Gall bladder.

    The endoscopy showed that all the damage the acid did, is now healed.

    The small hernia has shrunk and gone

    The muscle is now tightened, at the opening of my stomach 

    My esophagus is healed of acid damage.

    My stomach is healed of acid damage.

    I have seen the photos of all this and it is really quite remarkable. The surgeon was really pleased. 

    Hope this helps 

    ElizabethG 

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    Why do people miss my post this is not right 
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      Hi Elizabeth,  I would like to help you if I can. I could not locate your original post explaining your GI cocktail.  Please repost or it may work better if you can reply to this post. 
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