About Me: Female, 67, Moss Point , MS, member since Nov 2008
I am 59 years old, married the second time for 34 years. We have a your, mine ours and theirs children, a total of 6. 11 grandchildren, and 1 great-grandchild. we live in the south. We are Christians and go to church all the time.
"I have had Barretts for over 7 years. I have to have the EGD every year. But so for so good. But, my brother-in-law, really had not many symptoms. But his throat was really bothering him, had a cough. It was cancer, They went strigh..."
"i have taken nexium, zegerid, plus carafate liquid. You do not fool around acid problems, because if it goes untreated you can get Barretts Esophagus, it can become cancer. It is a slow growing cancer. But you do not need cancer at a..."
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