Since I was a child (I am now 71) I have regurgitated most meals. I am in constant stomach and esophageal discomfort. I hv an adjustable bed to help keep me at an angle high enough to reduce reflux, but I never seem to be able to fill my lungs. All my GPs have sent me for camera work and confirmed that I 'probably' hv malfunctioning sphincters, but never offer a surgical answer? Why? I feel this may have been a Diaphram problem all along due to my sudden lack of stamina. It would be wonderful to finish my life without this non stop ache...any suggestions please?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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