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Having read numerous threads I haven’t read one yet that actually describes the length of time it’s taken for LPR to go.
In fact I’ve read lots from people who are still suffering but no real concrete account of how someone has beaten it.
I would love to hear someones experience and what worked for them but am guessing because they’re healed they’ve managed to move on and stop posting.
I’ve been diagnosed with LPR since July last year and although having been prescribed PPI’s and tried to keep to a strict diet my symptoms are still there.
Back ache, chest ache, sore throat, cough, arm pit ache, sore voice box, lump in throat sensation etc.
I’ve gained relief from sticking to a bland diet, drinking alkaline water, raised the bed, lots of gaviscon, smaller meals, chewing properly, chewing gum etc.
I have no real symptoms at the beginning of the day but as soon as the day progresses it returns.
Just as I feel as though I’m getting some where it returns and I’m back to square one.
So my questions are:
How long does it take to heal?
Are there stages of healing? If so what are they?
What was successful in the healing process?
What food don’t hurt to eat?
Are the sensations and pain there each and everyday?
Does stress play a part in LPR?
I would be extremely grateful if any or all of these questions are answered.
Thanks to everyone in advance.
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