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evey3

771d

what works best for you controlling gerd?

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    • Jfrmadiffwrld

      744d

      Try digestive bitters

    • Jfrmadiffwrld

      744d

      Try digestive bitters

    • Laylah

      752d

      Whole Foods, omeprizole, plexus supplements and no eating after 7 pm

    • Countrygirl114

      759d

      I take omeprizole when i can feel something coming on or i want to indulge, but I have been taking apple cider vinegar pills for the past month and the difference as been amazing i went from having an episode 1-2 times a week to 1-2 times a month

    • Gelna

      770d

      Pantropazol. I tried getting a lunch implant but had to have it removed as it wouldn't open to let food pass

    • mynewfriend

      770d

      Nexium daily (prescribed by doctor but at an otc dose) and finding soothing foods drinks to help with flare up. Warm water, mint water (a drop of mint extract in warm water), plant milk/almond milk are my go to. Ginger beer helps too but you have to be picky about brands and this triggers some people's gerd.

    • Tybersaur

      770d

      Less greasy and fatty foods, less hotdogs and pizza, and rabeprazole have saved me 🙏 🙌

    • tori57

      770d

      Yes I had to change a lot of My foods

    • Jillybucks

      771d

      Drastic diet change. Whole Foods. Eliminate fried foods, sugary foods, processed foods, caffiene. Medication.

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