With fear and trembling I arrived at Guys hospital yesterday, to have the 24hr PH test carried out, and like going to the dentists it's not as bad as you think it will be. The procedure is unpleasant, there's no getting around that, but it's over pretty quickly. Living with the monitor has its own "challenges" but again it's not as bad as you think, eating is interesting, as the food going down tugs on the probe, so soft foods are not a bad idea. If you are due for this procedure I would not worry about it.
Hi...thanks for sharing that bit of info, I have not had to have this testing done as of yet, but am glad to hear u found it was not such a bad thing to worry over....and the soft food idea is great....I am sure this will help others facing this testing : )
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