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Causes Of Esophageal Dysmotility
Hi, can GERD cause esophageal dysmotility? I don´t mean achalasia or sclerodermia. Only GERD (les 3mmhg). I have both and non specific. Thanks
They go together: Your les (lower esophageal sphincter) is hypotensive. The pressure is too low. Normally it should be above 10mmhg. Therefore acid from the stomach can freely go up to your esophagus and therefore gerd. If your physician told you that rest of manometry was unremarkable, you may still have scleroderma. Some foods and medications can decrease the les pressure. Achalasia has a high les pressure. ...Read more
Esophagitis: Eosinophilic esophagitis can cause spasm and delay in esophageal motility. Are u currently being treated? You need to be on a ppi +/- a inhaled steroid that should be swallowed to treat the inflammation.. The burning most likely represents acid reflux that you are having in addition to eoe. You should consult with your GI as soon as possible. ...Read more
No great therapy: Chew food well, earring sitting up and wash down with liquids. ...Read more
Hi, i know it´s risk, but my question is. I want to know what will happen, if i go to fundoplication?. I have GERD 3mmhg and dysmotility of esophagus
Depends.: Surgery for gerd certainly can help symptoms, but as with any surgery, there can be complications and long-term side effects. Currently, surgery is recommended for gerd only if the patient is refractory to medical therapy. Have you had a good trial of anti-reflux medications? Did they work? These are questions that you will need to answer with your physician before considering any sort of surgery. ...Read more
Would nonspecific esophageal dysmotility make botox injjection for damaged recurrent laryngeal nerve contraindicated? Are there better options?
Botox for RLN?: Unspecific esopageal dysmotility should not be affected by laryngeal Botox treatment. It is difficult to suggest options since I am unclear of what your voice and swallowing issues are, what caused the rln damage and what your vocal cords actually look like. Are you under the care of an ent/ otolaryngologist/ laryngologist? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 24.I have total dysmotility of esophagus, severe GERD,LES=3mmhg & Aerofagia.Its been 2y.IPP, procinetic,diet not helping.Any treatment solution?
GERD: ...can at times be very difficult to treat. If you have been on a PPI and a prokinetic agent, and obviously have had tests done, then you must be seeing a gastroenterologist. It is possible you need a higher dose or different medication. In some cases, even surgery is necessary for GERD. I would return to your G.I. doctor to see what the next step is in treatment and/or evaluation. Good luck! ...Read more
I have dysmotility of esophagus and GERD 3mmhg (scleroderma). Will be posibble to do fundoplication in the future if my esophagus will be ok? Thanks
Hi, I have high dysmotility of esophagus with acid reflux - hypotensive les 3mmhg and it seems like scleroderma, but my skin and blood are ok. Thanks?
Not scleroderma: Well some people with scleroderma can have internal changes without skin changes, your history is missing a lot of information one can use to diagnose scleroderma . You need to see your rheumatologist to clarify your correct diagnosis. The rheumatologist and the gastroenterologist can work together to help clarify your diagnosis. ...Read more
Hi, it seems like scleroderma. I have dysmotility of esophagus and les 3mmhg but rheuma. Said no scleroderma and my doctor disagree all tests negative?
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