Reflux symptoms with H pylori Positive

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Its been one year since i have reflux symptoms, I have following symptoms

Felling as if the i am full till throat

Feeling of some thing in the throat when i wake up in the morning

feeling like i have post nasal drip that i constantly need to swallow

wet burps

acid reflux 2-3 times a week

Doctor did endoscopy and found i am H pylori positive and also have moderate esophigitis (with grade 2 ulcerations in lower esophagus)

All of these symptoms appeared suddenly one day and have persisted for last one year.

I would like to know from you guys if you have had following symptoms that i am seeing and any cure that worked for you

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    I had the same as you. I took antibiotics for the h pylori and went to Florida to have esophageal valvuloplasty for my hital hernia and reflux. The surgery gave me a 2nd chance in life.

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    same here...took antibiotics for you have sore throat and Swallowing pain..

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      I used to have sore throat and swallowing pain for a long time. All that went away after I had Esophageal Valvuloplasty.

      The sore throat and pain. is from reflux and food sitting in our stomach and not moving fast enough. Until the LES valve is fixed nothing will make it better. My Dr Farid Gharagozloo fixed my LES valve, repaired my hernia. No Nissen fundoplication nasty surgery and will ruin your life. Stay away from the nissen. I hope you feel better

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    Did you take treatment? Did it help?

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