I'm a 37 yr old. I have had problems with acid reflux for about 5 years. Last year I had my endoscopy done and I now have Barret's
I haven't really been having any problems with the reflux for past couple years so that came as a suprise. Now, they will be doing the endoscopy every year to make sure it's not going down the "c" road. Are there surgery options for the reflux after you have Barrett's or is it to late? Lately I have been getting that paid where esophagus and stomach meet again (probably because I'm worried again). What research I have done on Barrett's does not sound good. I almost feel like its just a matter of time. I am going to see my Gastro Dr. next week and wanted to ask him about surgery, but wanted to see if any ideas. I need something to give me some hope as I am afraid I keep going the wrong way down this road. There is 0 cancer on both sides of my family so that makes me feel a bit better, but I don't want to worry about this anymore because I know it makes it worse. I'm kicking myself for not looking into the nissan surgery sooner.