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Author Topic: curious "acid reflux"  (Read 561 times)

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Offline surf18

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curious "acid reflux"
« on: July 20, 2011, 08:30:30 PM »
just curious if this happened to anyonelse. I had stomach problems in 2009. pain that was constant. tested for bunch of stuff and they couldnt figure it out. sent me for a endoscope and called it acid reflux. went on nexium. still had some flareups here and there. funny thing happened when i went on meds a year ago i stopped having flareups and dropped the nexium from two a day to one a day. so my questions is perhaps i never really had acid reflux but the hiv was wrecking havoc on my gut and then when the load got under the control the gut pain went away?
would be great if i dont have acid reflux because then i can consider that new riplivirine (sp)
2009 is about a year after they feel i was infected.
viral load was 16,000 cd was 230 when i was dx'd

 


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