May not be reflux. Symptoms which are often blamed on reflux may be due to other problems. 1% of the population is resistant to ppi type medications which could explain Omeprazole resistance. Omeprazole at standard doses often just isn't enough medication. A large hiatal hernia or severe obesity can lead to refractory disease too. You should see your doctor as refractory reflux warrants endoscopic evaluation.
I have IBS and regurgitation from acid reflux. Everytime I eat anything my gut bloats out. I am also on omeprazole which isn't working. Any suggestion?
ConsultGastroenterol. Consult a Gastroenterologist if possible or follow up with your Primary Care Doctor and discuss your problem and get a referral for GI Specialist You may need to switch to a different PPI,like Nexium (esomeprazole) 40mgm or Dexelent 60mgm and may need endoscopy if that does not work and treatment for IBS depending on your symptoms. Read more...