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Gerd And Lpr
Can GERD or LPR cause lyringits. If yes how can we treat it? If no then what can be the causes and how to treat and stop reoccurring of lyringits?
Laryngitis: Laryngitis can come from gerd. Head of bed elevated, no eating 3 hours before bedtime. Ask doctor about increasing Prilosec dose. Change of diet. Is it postnasal drip? You can have polyps and growths in your larynx too, must be checked by specialist. Tobacco definitely leads to laryngitis. It is like rubbing sandpaper on your larynx. ...Read more
In my: Experience, ppi's work better. What is more important, however, is underlying cause that needs to be addressed. Consult with your doctor or GI specialist. ...Read more
Does anxiety/stress cause (not just worsen) reflux such as GERD or lpr? If so, why is this the case?
GERD and LPR for 5 years. How do I know if gastric content are getting into my lungs. Also, once the issue is resolved, will I breathe easier?
Breathing difficulty: Whenever any foreign material gets into the lung, called aspiration, there will be a cough reflex to expel the content. In case of chronic disease like yours, involvement of lungs will constitute symptoms of cough and wheezing that may be episodic. And yes, upon getting successfully .. . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Have had chronic non-hpylori gastritis and pharmaceuticle treated GERD and LPR since '09. What are the chances i could have carcinoma after 5yrs?
Yes = atypical GERD: Healthtap is full of answers regarding gerd's causes, variations, and approaches for treatment ; prevention. Ear, nose, and throat manifestations of lpr commonly include the throat, ears, airway, etc. Please type "gerd" in the search box, and i think you'll find all the responses you could want! ...Read more
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