Vitamin d? Any other ideas?

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im taking 40mg esomeperazole and 300 ranitidine and the burning is still constant all day, every day. I've had endoscopy and they said I had no signs of reflux but I don't understand as I have nearly every symptom. My g.p has just referred me again as I'm in so much pain.ive had the burning from my mouth down pretty much constantly since March and I'm very miserable. Weird question, does anyone else hear fizzing with it? Also I've been on very high vitamin d3 for 1 1/2 years, could this be the cause? I'd love some help.

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    Hi doses of Vitamin D3 is toxic. Do you have a D3 deficiency?  If not, why are you taking it?  With just 20 minutes of sun you get your daily dose. 
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      i was taking it because I'm disabled and gave mobility problems so I don't go out very much. I thought it would help but I feel stupid now for not researching as much as I should. I have stopped it. Thank you.

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    Hi there I've got the same as you and had it for three years I'm taking ZONTON FAST TAB and RANITIDINE both twice a day well my Vitamin D levels is very low and I really think it the meds we get that stop you having normal levels because of this my doctor put me on vit D3 since starting to take it I've been a lot worse refluxed about a week ago now I've got a throat and gullet on fire constant stinging it's the vit D that's done this I've stopped the d vit to see if it heals me also I was on and off the toilet all day it really upset my stomach if I was you I would stop the vitamin d and ask your doctor to do a blood test to see what your levels are at if its gone to high that's as bad as to low do you get stinking in you throat and gullet as well as burning because it's so unpleasant makes my eyes stream

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