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After lots of testing and misdiagnoses, it was finally

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After lots of testing and misdiagnoses , it was finally decided i have GERD ( Gastro relfux) I am on 40mg of omeprazole. It was working at first but in the last 3 weeks i have had attack after attack, which starts with eggy burps and as time passes stomach cramps start, which gets more intense to the point i cant move at all. It can last for upto 10 hours and ill be sick and feel faint and all hot and bothered. Even feel like i need to do a poo but it doesnt come out. The doctors then prescribed me with tramadol which didnt even touch the pain. So then they tried me with buscopan saying it works in a different way, but still didnt help. Its like once the pain is there it just wont go no matter what i do. Literally i dread my day soon as i get a burp as i know whats going to happen. I thought at first it was certain foods but now it doesnt matter what i eat and i cant cope no more
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I can feel the pain building up again and i cant cope with another night last night

Hello. I'm Dr. Phil, licensed and practicing internist. Excellent service is my goal.

have you been tested for H pylori?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Not that i know off but i have had loads of blood tests and a endoscopy and been taking omeprazole for about a year now was working at first but now its back to how it was before it started.

I suspect you have h pylori

This is a bacteria that can cause refractory GERD

It is treated with oral antibiotics

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