I have had a problem with belching and burping. I had previously found that the only way to eliminate this problem was to lie down in a supine position. Recently I was prescribed Baclofen and found that this drug helped a great deal. See the article by Zhang, et. al. in GUT "Control of transient lower oesophageal sphincter relaxations and reflux by the GABA (B) agonist baclofen in patients with gastro-oesophageal reflux disease" (2002)
Hi there, sorry to hear your going threw this problem.. I had a nisson wrap and there are alot of people that have trouble with it now. so dont go there. I take a little dill pickle juice just a couple of sips and my heartburn goes away. strange but it helps me. I take prilec two times a day, and i sleep in a recliner really helps me. Hope it works for you too.
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