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Hey all, about 4 weeks ago I started getting this bad feeling in my throat like there was a lump in my throat. I went to the doctor and he prescribed me Prilosec 20mg. I have been taking it for 4 weeks and it is not getting any better. This feeling is right at the base of my neck right where my sternum starts. The symptoms I have are lump in my throats and when I breath it feels like my esophagus is on fire. I will say these symptoms are always there and when I wake up in the morning it feels completely fine. I feel like this is never going to end and I am constantly going to have this pain and burning feeling. I don't know what to do, I hope it's not anything else I fear it something worse as this is not getting any better. Someone please help me understand what I have going on in my esophagus. I never feel like I have reflux ever. I do have burping and belching but nothing too crazy. HELP!!!

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    It's definitely GERD just hang in there.you can also drink organic apple cider vinegar (with the mother )and organic honey together and that will help your problem also. 

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      Hi Amanda,

      i can see your previous posts, i am infected as you are. This problem will go through until 10-12 months from the suspected date of exposure. To ease the symtoms you got to improve your immunity.

      I am sure you must also have a problem with you dry mouth/gum, skin rashes, weak muscles, weightloss, fatigue, dizziness, joint pain, back pain, ear infection, headache, throat infection etc.

      To reduce the symptoms, you need to Eat healthy, avoid stress & follow diet.

      message me if any doubts

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