Had fundoplication in May......still having chest tightness and aching in chest......have hoarseness some days by days' end..........have to watch EVERYTHING I eat....don't eat anything I'm not supposed to but still have aching discomfort. Had esoph stretched in July a
[More]nd was diagnosed with barrett's.....take one kapidex per day and 300 mg. zantac....any other suggestions? Does aloe vera juice help?
"Doc said I would be medicine and diet free after fundop.....possible barrett's was put on my first scope in April....only weigh 121 so weight is not an issue, but everything I eat is......and am VERY careful......very frustrating.....dri..."
"Had fundoplication in May and am still having acid reflux issues........was re-scoped in July and told I had barrett's with no dysplasia. Said I was still swollen quite a bit and the issues would subside when the swelling went down, whi..."
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