New Poster | Acid Reflux, Anxiety & Ulcerative Colitis, advice appreciated!
sHAYM4Na day ago
Hi all, first post here - hope I'm in the right place! Sorry in advance for the long post!
5 years ago I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colit...
Tired of clear fluid gas bubble
millietimil2 days ago
Hi, I am an Ovarian Cancer patient for 3 years, 3 surgeries, all the chemo you want, targeted therapy, you name it. Disease is stable, no ch...
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Starting ECX Chemo.
Scrumtasticjojo3 days ago
I posted here prior to my oesophagectomy op and received so much helpful advice which I took on board prior to and after my surger...
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17 months post op
Helenmick4 days ago
Hi all my hubby had his surgery 17 moths ago and is doing well eating is getting better but occasional reflux possibly due to over eating. !...
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REFLUX AND PPIs -- THE NEW YORK TIMES
gutlesswonder5 days ago
Here is an excellent article published recently:-
Many Americans would rather take a drug than change their habits to control a persistent ai...
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Blood clot on lung
Amycaz5 days ago
My Dads just had a call to say that his CT scan has picked up a small blood clot on his lung. He's going straight to hospital to...
susanrichards605 days ago
Hi everyone, My name is Suzy and I'm new to the group..it's been 9 years since my op and i'm still learning ..is there anyone who still expi...
2 weeks post op
Oneluckywife5 days ago
My husband had the Ivor Lewis op two weeks ago. It was a bumpy start (see my previous post) but he is now walking about, eating quite well ...
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Out of date food
haward8 days ago
I wonder whether anyone else detects some link between out of date food and dumping. I have always liked seriously ripe cheese; even when it...
gwood809 days ago
I was diagnosed with oc in October but various complications in the testing process means I've only just found out I'm being offered surgery...
Eluxadoline (Viberzi, Allergan) --- Urgent advisory notice
gutlesswonder11 days ago
Oesophagectomy patients are more likely to have received concomitant gallbladder surgery.
As such, a cohort will experience chronic diarrhea...
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"PPIs May Increase Risk for Chronic, Silent Kidney Damage" --- Long-term and large scale study points to need for caution.
Among new users of PPIs, more than half of those who go on to develop chronic kidney damage while taking the medication have no signs of acu...
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GERD(USA)/GORD(UK)/LPR and PPI's -- early hints as to their role in nasal congestion...100 patient study
gutlesswonder12 days ago
According to a new study, in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) who have laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) and symptoms of na...
OPA_AlanM14 days ago
I am really pleased that Dr Amelia Hollywood from Reading University and her colleague Melika Kalantari have just received approval for a re...
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scottiemarg14 days ago
I underwent this procedure in 2007 following having my oesophagus removed in November of the previous year - I would add that the oesophagec...
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Feeding Tube Disadvantages?
Xene19 days ago
Hi everyone, before agreeing to having a feeding tube fitted for the rest of my life due to chronic dysphalgia I would appreciate any commen...
Oesophageal Adenocarcinoma Cancer
AndrewSarah20 days ago
Hi I'm looking for help on Oesophageal Adenocarcinoma, my uncle had the Ivor Lewis Oesophagectomy procedure in April 2016, we have now been ...
Recurrence of cancer
Larry1320 days ago
I find myself in need of advise from anyone who has had to deal with the recurrence of esophageal cancer. I just had my 8 month CT scan and ...
Help on sleep after operation
Bobwhat122 days agoPOPULAR
My name is bob,I'm from Shropshie area and had my full oesophagectomy and a third of my stomach removed at the queen Elizabeth hospit...
T3 N1 M0 diagnosis, St Thomas's Hospital, London
FBremner325 days ago
Hi My dad has just been diagnosed with OC T3 N1 M0 and is being referred to St Thomas's Hospital in London.
I would be most grateful for an...
Why middle-aged men should never dismiss persistent heartburn
OPA_AlanMa month ago
This is a very good article from the Daily Mail from 28 February to which our good friends Mike Griffin, Rebec...
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ellieqa month ago
I found out I was operable after 9 weeks of chemo. I then had the good news that due to the good response to chemo, I will be having...
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dandanthesushimana month ago
My Girlfriend has suffered from a chronic cough for 15 years. There are many things that trigger it, but the most noticeable are after eatin...
Not sure f i'm in the right place
Mooseya month ago
As you can see from my title, I'm not sure if anyone can help.
Over the last month or two, my father has suddenly been unable to swallow. W...
erasuretima month ago
Hi, I am 7 years post esophagectomy which I had for Achalasia. Things have been going well, but just lately I have noticed an intermittent...
soup for beginners
romanyjane1a month ago
roast carrots parsnip red pepper then blitz it in a soup maker so far so good no ill effects also iv poached some fresh salmon 20mins in tin...
recepies for soup without onion garlic tomatoes please
Post op follow ups
Helenmicka month ago
Morning all. I am a new poster and I just wanted to know if you all have post op scans etc. My hubby is one of the lucky ones who had surger...
Help! Has anyone experienced Post Operative Delirium??
funkyfifia month ago
Mum in law (56) had a total gastrectomy on Monday, with lower half of oesophagus removed too... She's been doing soooo well & been sat out ...
Help needed for definition of endoscopy result please
Advice1a month ago
Hi everyone i would very much appreciate some help, i am 35 yr old Asian Female i recently had Endoscopy in Asia and am now back in the UK ...
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