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Old 10-06-2012, 11:49 PM   #15
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Re: Ppi acid rebound, injured esophagus

Barrett's can absolutely go away if treated and caught soon enough. I would bet you have a small hiatal hernia that's usually the lump In the throat they can also be sliding hiatal hernias so your stomach can sometimes drop like your on a roller coaster ride and those are hide to find cause they won't be there when you get scoped or ct scan depending if its in or out. The burning stinks but it acid that has to be neutralized by some means or another.

 
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