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whatever 'normal' is

Posted 08-25-2013 at 04:04 PM by Frumquist (GERD - Fundoplication surgery)

The doctor says to go ahead with a normal life but use common sense. I'm not sure that those things always go together. He said it looks like we hit a home run with the healing from the surgery and the disappearance of all of the symptoms that we thought 'might' have been associated with gerd. Symptoms including, coughing, throat, and sinus problems accompanying the burning, regurgitating, swallowing problems.
After the first of the year (6 months post-op) I'll go back for a barium swallow...
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DePuy Patients Discuss Conquering Knee and Hip Pain (Sponsored)

Posted 08-20-2013 at 02:23 PM by ChristaIB (HealthBoards Blog)
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And the pain goes on & on & on...!!

Posted 08-14-2013 at 05:51 AM by Dandy33

Anyone who has the same problem has my absolute sympathy!! Pain..at least..constant pain grinds you into the ground. Ther are the "good" days which for the most part means that the pain subsides enough to allow for a reasonable amount of activity... in other words, I am able to get a few household chores done and get a decent meal prepared.
I try to go swimming at least once a week..and then my Db nurse very helpfully suggests that perhaps I could up that to twice a week! All very
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6 weeks post op

Posted 08-13-2013 at 07:28 PM by Frumquist (GERD - Fundoplication surgery)

Tomorrow I go see the surgeon who did the modified nissen 6 weeks ago. If I had it to do over again, YES, I would do it. I have not taken, or needed, any gerd-type meds. I don't need any pain meds from the surgery. Sure, I watch what I eat, I watch how fast I eat, and I chew stuff very well. Actually, the problem foods are thick starchy things and thick meats (like steak). I have NO problem with tomato-based stuff or spicy stuff. Yesterday and today I have had a beer with minor bloating. I know...
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Children's Eye Health

Posted 08-06-2013 at 09:38 AM by ChristaIB (HealthBoards Blog)
Updated 08-09-2013 at 10:56 AM by ChristaIB

Did you know that August is Children's Eye Health and Safety Month?

As kids, we all got advice on how to care for and protect our our own children. The thing is, while some of the advice—like “Don’t stare at the sun”—is good, a lot of it is inaccurate, and even dangerous. Below we revisit seven popular myths regarding children’s
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