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I had surgery in Nov 5 months ago for acid reflux and hiatus hernia. I still get acid feeling in throat at
night. I’m not taking any medicines right now. I basically eat most foods. I don’t have indigestion rarely just the acid taste. I’m worried about my throat. I went back to my gastroenterologist and he said he would just put me back on medicine. I don’t feel like they healed the problem. He said we could do the test again. Those were the most horrible test I have ever done so my answer for that is no. Why do the test again? They already know that I have Gerd. I’ve lost 15 lbs. just need an answer as what to take.


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replied April 25th, 2019
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Hello.
Welcome to this forum.
As per your version, you are only having some acid taste now and you are thinking the surgery was not adequate? Had you expected a 100% reversal? Is that practically possible? And if you want to know how is the result of the surgery,the doctor has no other alternative except going for a repeat endoscopy to prove it. I suggest you to take anti acid reflux medications regularly.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an online medical forum.


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