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Recovery from Digestive issues (LPR, Dyspepsia)

Discussion in 'Success Stories Subforum' started by zeeman01, Jan 2, 2019.

  1. TrustIt

    TrustIt Well known member

    weakened sphincter. actually, it hasn't been well studied. some docs don't even think it is real. people recover from this....and i have known some...so it isn't a permanent condition. i believe it can be handled by some diet changes ( even with some strictly tms issues if one has a poor diet for instance, changes there will certainly help) and reducing stress. i am treating it as tms. it isn't completely gone but is considerably better.
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  2. zeeman01

    zeeman01 Peer Supporter

    I remember when I had so much back pain I couldn't even work and a doctor told me my pain was a structural problem. My l4 and l5 were touching. I even had an MRI picture to prove it. Thankfully after years of dealing with back pain a friend at work told me about Dr Sarno's work and I have not looked back since.
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  3. Karim

    Karim Peer Supporter

    What about gum, palate pain from lpr ?
  4. Mazinio

    Mazinio New Member

    Hi Karim & everyone else. Thank you all for sharing. I am in a TMS LPR nightmare at the minute. Its nearly been a year since I started to develop a dry cough. Now I have irritation in my airways with every out breath, like a menthol type feeling, constant throat clearing and burping, even after water. I went to see an ENT who put me on meds and a diet. Nothing has worked and I have a camera going to down my throat to check it out next week as they said my throat was very inflamed and red at the first examination.

    I had back pain for years and finally got on top of it with TMS. Now I have this and of of course am freaking out about cancer. I believe 90% it's TMS but that 10% is enough to cause horrible symptoms and mental anguish. It's so draining. The funny thing is I have no symptoms at night which I think says a lot. If it was structural and something serious I'm guessing I would be getting symptoms during the night.

    Karim how are you doing and maybe we should help each other. Sounds like we have had similar journeys.


  5. Karim

    Karim Peer Supporter

    I have ibs I think I don’t think I have ibs now

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