i live in uk and developed high grade dysplasia at 48 and had major surgery to remove gullet and stomach..have been on nexium and ranitidine for ten yrs. also addicted to diet cola and was told these probably accounted for my horrible diagnosis. my life is horrible and wracked with nerve pain
Dr all too often do not have the time or do not take the time needed to answer patients questions. Sadly, patients do not always have their wits about them when at the Dr's to form questions in their mind that ask what they truly want to know.
I read a posting about fluttering in the stomach. I have had some fluttering above my stomach for about a week. I have GERD and have been having some problems due to prednisone for my Asthma. The fluttering started after that. I have been to the GI and he does not seem to be concerned he states that he can only hear bowels sounds. I have also had a stress test with echo. Can you tell me what it might be. Are you a GI doctor?
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