Hi i asked you of some questions before regarding my Gerd , Esophigitis, Hialtal hernia, Ibs and lactose Intolerance. My newest symptom now is nausea and throwing up stomach acid. I wen't to my Family Dr. In a pinch, and he prescribed Compozine for the nausea and wrote another refferal for the Gastro Dr.. He said more test are likely requiring a look back inside. I ahve already had Endoscope, Fluroscopy, Upper and Lower GI Series and Bariium Enema plus a Barium swallow. I wonder whats left besides a PH test and tests for Pylori or what ever that's called? I know I can not take benefit in your services because of my health insurance. I just thought that since I am a New Yorker too , you would kindly continue to answer my questions. Thanking you in advance for taking a moment out of your busy sheduele at work to help me.
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