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Symptoms Of Chemical Esophagitis
Depends on age: The symptoms of eosinophilic esophagitis depend on the age of the patients. Infants tend to have difficulty gaining weight, recurrent vomiting for failure to thrive. School-age children tend to have abdominal pain, reflux and vomiting. Adults often have difficulty swallowing, food impaction, or gerd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on age: The symptoms of eoe vary and can depend on the age of the person. Infants can have recurrent vomiting, reflux, and poor weight gain. School age children typically have vomiting and or abdominal pain. Adults often have reflux and or difficulty swallowing foods/ food impaction. An esophageal biopsy is needed to confirm the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different diseases: Acid reflux - burning in mid epigastrium radiating up into chest / esophagus, often worse at night, associated with certain foods, water brash, cough, hoarse voice, nausea, chest pain. Esophagitis - pain with swallowing, often burning or cramping along esophagus, worse with certain foods and temperatures. ...Read more
Mild esophagitis two months ago, symptoms gone but now have pain over left shoulder blade that moves around, is this related?Began yoga at that time 2
Not related: Pain in that area is not related to GERD. ...Read more
What are the symptoms of reflux esophagitis? When I should go to the doctor about it? What will they do?
Esophagitis: Difficult and/or painful swallowing, a feeling of food getting stuck on the way down, heartburn, acid reflux, unpleasant taste, sore throat, hoarseness, or cough, mouth sores, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain or indigestion, chest pain-in the middle of the chest, often radiating to the back, usually associated with swallowing or occurring soon after a meal, bad breath. Go to doc if severe symptoms. ...Read more
I often get dull pain behind sternum (slightly right). No other symptoms. GP diagnosed Esophagitis twice, is this likely correct?
Hard to say: Esophagitis (GERD) is very common, and if you get relief from antacids, it is likely true. Inflammation of the cartilages can sometimes cause a siilar pain, and then antacids won't help. Ibuprofen will make GERD much worse, but makes the pain of cartilage inflammatoin better. (costochondritis) ...Read more
I have esophagitis, gastritis, and esophageal spasm. I am taking Nexium (esomeprazole) 40mg 2x per day, symptoms of spasm had decreased, and now they're back, help?
See your GI Doc: You should see your gastro doctor for help with the spasms. Many causes of spasms that need to be evaluated. ...Read more
Learning more : A recent publication in the journal of allergy and clinical immunology described a subset of patients with eosinophilic esophagitis who have connective tissue disease. Musculoskeletal pain and hypermobility of the joints were described in these patients. We hope to learn more and more is further research gives us more answers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long will it take for symptoms of pill induced esophagitis to go away? Feels like I have something lodged in my throat and it's uncomfortable.
Depends: It depends on how signficant the damage was, as it may readily take several weeks for signficant inflammation to "calm" down. Anecdotally - as in from experience with other patients - it was on the order of about 1-2 weeks for most symptoms to really resolve. Though treatment regimens should be continued for as long as your doctor suggest, no just till symptoms stop. Best of luck. ...Read more
Had egd last year for sob sensation /gerd symptoms. All normal except grade 1 esophagitis in the gastro junction. Ppi 7 weeks helped little. Options.?
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