A 26-year-old male asked:
i have dyspnea/pepsia & palpatation despite taking ppi. cbc/abg, ekg/holter, cxr/ugi & pft = norm. wife thinks celiac/li. dr. thinks somato/anxi. i'm scared about vagus damage & cancer/chf. culptit?
2 doctor answers • 3 doctors weighed in
Anesthesiology 24 years experience
U r probably fine: Talk to you dr about your concerns or see psychiatrist. Both could review your symptoms and offer solution for anxiety and possible gerd.
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General Surgery 29 years experience
See a GI: The definitive test for reflux is a 24 hour ph probe. A small tube is placed into your stomach through the nose and left for 24 hours. It measures the ph along the entire esophagus and stomach. You keep a diary of your symptoms. If you have reflux this will show it.
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