does anyone else acid reflux when they eat?

does anyone else acid reflux when they eat? I have a pretty healthy diet and cook a lot and suddenly I started having symptoms 4 months ago. mostly I just burp a lot. doctors want to dismiss it and just prescribe meds like PPIs. I've tried various elimination diets but nothing seems to tame the burps. I wanna eat tomato sauce again guys

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah I get it bad, pretty much with anything I eat, but I find using gaviscon and those gay little lollies that you suck on like a flaccid veiny dick instantly makes me feel better and then I just continue eating foods that gradually make it worse over time, causing me very concerning pain that I never get checked out

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You lack one of the following things in your diet:

    A) Steak

    B) Eggs

    C) Bacon

    It's THAT simple. These 3 things are like the primarily "fuel" for humans.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/rPBoJYF.jpeg

      Baking soda + water = instant relief
      I only get the acid burps if I eat too much pizza (or there is too much sauce on the pizza)
      On carnivore diet the reflux disappeared completely. I should try that again soon

      I guess I should mention I burp even when I don't eat. like even after waking up. I did notice I had less burps when I stopped eating rice/oats/bread for a few days so there might be some validity to less carbs at least for me. it didn't help that most info online recommends complex carbs like brown rice and oats and I would have thought they would be easier to digest

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        All this modern slop is just meant for population explosions of goy cattle. They get the idea that they're being smart buying a $20 sack of rice that will last them all week while in reality their cognitive abilities are diminished.

        I guess some of our bodies are better at letting us know that we really shouldn't be eating this slop.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >I guess I should mention I burp even when I don't eat. like even after waking up.
        You might have an issue with your esophagus not closing properly. Have you tried sleeping with your head propped up more so you're reclining instead of laying flat?

        All this modern slop is just meant for population explosions of goy cattle. They get the idea that they're being smart buying a $20 sack of rice that will last them all week while in reality their cognitive abilities are diminished.

        I guess some of our bodies are better at letting us know that we really shouldn't be eating this slop.

        Humans were eating grains even before we began farming.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I have been sleeping on an incline for about a month and I also eat at least 3 hrs before bed

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Have you been tested for h pylori yet? You could also try changing your toothpaste, mine was giving me lots of digestive trouble but it took a long time to consider it (I’m slowly reintroducing foods now, beef bros I’m back)

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              I tested negative but I have never considered toothpaste. I use sensodyne brand

              How much booze do you drink?

              I don't drink alcohol

              [...]

              I assume beer caused my acid reflux but I think Tums are helpful in taming it as of recent. I am similar to you where I burp constantly throughout the day, even by a sip of water. The other day I ate a few slices of bacon and it flared up my acid reflux terribly so I would suggest you stay away from bacon. My burps are extremely loud and you could hear it from down the street. You can try probiotics, I plan to try that too. You can also try a pepper medley because it's good for digestion apparently.

              for a while I was drinking kefir (store bought). I didn't think it hurt anything but I switched to eating raw kimchi recently to see if there was more benefit due to the variety of bacteria

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Nope, we LITERALLY hunted entire animal species to extinction. We got sick the moment we started eating grains. See fat frick egyptians.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I use to have a lot of digestion problems and acid reflux, but I switched to an all carb diet and it fixed all of that. People like are completely moronic.

      Its specific to the person you just need to try stuff out.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >all carb diet
        I'm a different anon and not a carb hating ketotard, but how would that work? Like wouldn't you require some protein to live?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >t. Ron Swanson.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Baking soda + water = instant relief
    I only get the acid burps if I eat too much pizza (or there is too much sauce on the pizza)
    On carnivore diet the reflux disappeared completely. I should try that again soon

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Be careful with baking soda and commercial antacids. It's fine in moderation but too much and you WILL get explosive diarrhea.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I only get this when I have a particularly poor diet, like binge drinking or eating nothing but fast food

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I only have that issue when I overeat.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Gaviscon and acidophilus bacteria

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just eat one of picrel every morning

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    i started taking acid uptake inhibitors and it worked well, but im stuck on the frickers until I ween off of them, it makes you feel like you are dying when you stop taking them. you can get them over the counter too, its called omeprizole i think

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >its called omeprizole i think
      that's what caused this

      I was prescribed prilosec. I took it for about 4 years. a couple of years in I noticed my feet felt weird. I went to the doctor about it, and was diagnosed with neuropathy caused by a vitamin b12 deficiency.

      turns out the you need B12 to keep you nerve endings happy and alive. you aren't supposed to take prilosec or any PPI for more than 2 months without constant monitoring by a doctor.

      PPI's can inhibit absorption of B12 if taken too long. if you take B12 vitamins you can probably get away with it.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      my main problem with going off omeprazole was when I tried it cold turkey I got weaponized acid reflux within a couple of days.

      the way I finally got off omeprazole was by taking the pills every other day for a month, then every 3 days for a month, then splitting the pills by opening them and dumping out half and taking them every 3 days for a month, then
      quarter pills once a week for a month.

      I still had problems with acid reflux for a month or 2 after I got off the stuff, but then it stopped. I now only get acid reflux maybe once every couple of months.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    How is prescrbing medicine "dismissing it." What the frick else would a doctor do to try to solve your problem?
    If PPIs don't work tell the doctor and ask to talk about alternative drugs.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I sympathize with you. Gi problems are a special kind of hell. Some nights I wake up vomiting. Just starts coming up no warning, now the blanket is dirty. Makes no sense, I'm not fat. Sometimes can't even do omad it's so bad. I think it's just part of getting old. Doctors don't have a clue and I'm constantly getting collections calls. If they didn't fix it I don't feel obligated to pay though, so frick em.
    Playing Polyanna at least the volume is small, and it's mostly a very sticky and cohesive slime, so it's easy to clean up. A famotidine and omeprazole each day helps a little bit, but they do nothing if having spaghetti for dinner. It's the acid. Making sauce with watered down crushed tomatoes and omitting tomato paste is not as good but it's less painful. A little anchovy paste gives back some of what was lost from omitting tomato paste. Ricotta added so it's casseroley makes it a little gentler too, but that just isn't the same. It's truly miserable being like this. One time got acute kidney injury because I just stopped eating and drinking for a few days. Seemed like a good idea at the time but not so much in hindsight. Apparently thorazine can be given iv for nausea, but also causes supraventricular tachycardia. Would not recommend. Also apparently some doctors think trying to shit yourself can fix it, so they tell you to do that. It didn't work. Also dumping ice water on someone's chest can change rhythm back. Just plain rude, cold, and as effective as trying to shit yourself. Guess I am beta because they gave a beta blocker and it slowed down after that.
    Takes all the joy out of food but rice doesn't cause me problems. A little steam broccoli with salt on the side. A can of tuna or grilled chicken. Eat like a girl until you can't take it anymore. Then have a good meal and suffer for the next two days. Only forty more years of this.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I've had these problems since I turned 23. I seriously hate eating now. I seriously want to die. The past ten years have been so fricking miserable. Its not fricking fair that being old is this bad. I want to kill the adults who wasted my youth by trying to get me to be responsible. I missed out on so much and ill never be able to enjoy living again

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >they gave a beta blocker and it slowed down
      Beta blockers are adrenaline blockers. They only slow down your heart if your heart is fast because of anxiety / panic reasons.
      Unironically and not as an insult I think you should seek out a psychiatrist to try to get psych drugs for solving your problems here. The reason taking those drugs you already take doesn't help much and you still have all these problems is because fundamentally you have a mental problem which can actually cause fully real and horrible gastrointestinal problems despite the notion psych problems are all in your mind and therefore aren't relevant to your body.
      If your brain was getting blasted with comfy benzos like xanax you probably would be doing way better with your gut too.
      Thorazine was close to getting this right although it's less pleasant and more of a long term thing (traditionally was used as an antipsychotic for literal schizos). And also I think maybe you read up on it and scared yourself with the tachycardia side effect trivia.
      More likely a psychiatrist will prescribe you an SSRI. But maybe he'll give you supplemental shit too like valium.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I wasn't even aware that thorazine could cause SVT at the time. I was just laying there trying to not dry heave anymore and finally get some sleep. About 15 minutes into the iv two nurses and a doctor run into the room. There was no anxiety until they seemed concerned. Then a fourth person came in and they started with the try to shit your pants, bear down harder by blowing on this plugged syringe, no you have to shit harder, have some ice lol. Somebody mentioned adenosine but fortunately they didn't have to go that far. That one I am aware of what it does. Stops the heart for five seconds and you cross your fingers hoping it turns back on.
        Part of it was probably being super dehydrated. They were stingy with the fluids and only gave two liters. Beta blockers are scary stuff because seconds after they pushed it I got really dizzy and vision changed, not touching that again if it can be helped. Benzos and ssris would be worth the downsides if they'd fix the stomach thing for sure, but I've only ever heard bad things about them. Like dead penis and causing stomach issues on top of addiction.
        I'll read up on anxiety though because if that's all it is it should be an easy fix, maybe without drugs. Not really sure why a neet would get anxious though. Not being able to eat aside, life ain't too bad. Is subconscious anxiety a thing?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I think you pay excessive attention to how your body feels, which yeah, would kind of be like "subconscious anxiety." Or at least anxiety you personally don't think of as anxiety.
          The beta blocker being scary comment was interesting to me for example. Beta blockers literally just block adrenaline. They don't directly slow your heart or do anything scary to your physiology. For a normal person they do nothing since a normal person isn't getting pumped full of adrenaline from panic. I've done a lot of the beta blocker propranolol over the years since it's also the treatment for essential tremor (neurologically unexplained shaky hands basically). I've taken very high doses of it too. And it's never felt scary to me. It's a pretty boring drug. Just sets up a barrier against adrenaline which is neat because you can notice in situations you'd normally be stressed out during that you aren't reacting that way anymore and can keep your cool instead.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Maybe it's different when administered by iv? The blood pressure tanking was not exactly imagined. Internet shows it's mainly prescribed for hypertension and secondarily for some arrhythmias. Not much mention of anxiety to be found with iv labetalol. It decreases vascular resistance so it makes sense that it directly drops BP. Still not sure how it affects rhythm other than iv having different affects on heart depending on ratio of alpha to beta adrenergic activity for iv vs oral administration.
            Sware I'm not trying to argue or internet fightz, it's an interesting topic, and seems we both have some experience with these particular drugs. It's curious the different assessment we have towards them. I know of pajeet Indian pharmacies that sell anything Siii or below no questions asked. I'll read more on propranolol and maybe try it if it's not the kind to lower blood pressure and instead just makes you not anxious conscious or unconscious.
            If propranolol doesn't affect heart too much, what is the lower side of propranolol dose you'd take? Is it a daily maintenance thing or just as needed?

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Propranolol isn't normally used for anxiety except the performance kind (it's very popular for surgeons and musicians to take to preemptively make sure they won't have adrenaline rushes and won't get shaky). I was more talking about it just as an example of why I think your problem might have a psychological origin.
              For paying excessive attention to your bodily sensations, that'd probably be OCD. SSRIs are the standard treatment for that. Fluvoxamine in particular. SSRIs don't really give you erectile dysfunction by the way so much as they make it difficult to ejaculate. I think because you're so awash in serotonin you no longer have that clear sense of striving for and finding the climax. Like you just feel vaguely warm and good already anyway. If you already have or eventually get a sex life then not being able to climax for a long time as a guy is more a positive than a negative anyway. I have (untreated since stopping meds in the late 2000s) OCD myself and wouldn't mind going back on fluvoxamine or some other SSRI if I felt I needed it.
              I have full blown Crohn's disease where my large intestine was surgically removed for being a constant blood filled diarrhea dispensing scarred over piece of inflamed trash so I also know all about how bad GI symptoms can get.
              Something I think you already mentioned learning is never stop eating. It always makes things way worse if you stop eating for a day. Your intestines go apeshit generally if you're already have GI problems and then stop putting anything in there. It's weird because it feels like it should help to give it a breather but unless you're in a hosptial where they can keep you on IV fluids and/or TPN it just fricks you up even harder.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Jesus, at that point you just just get a brain implant.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      A youtuber I watch was vomiting several times a day for years and they eventually figured out he had parasitic worms (schistosomiasis).
      Have you been hanging out in dirty water?

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I was prescribed prilosec. I took it for about 4 years. a couple of years in I noticed my feet felt weird. I went to the doctor about it, and was diagnosed with neuropathy caused by a vitamin b12 deficiency.

    turns out the you need B12 to keep you nerve endings happy and alive. you aren't supposed to take prilosec or any PPI for more than 2 months without constant monitoring by a doctor.

    PPI's can inhibit absorption of B12 if taken too long. if you take B12 vitamins you can probably get away with it.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Remember to get your B complex vitamins.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Experiencing any major stress in your life? Because that will cause major heartburn. Forget rolaids and shit - they're not as powerful as they used to be. Stay away from the meds, too - your body gets fooled into thinking you don't have ENOUGH acid and makes more to compensate and then you are really fricked. Go old school, with simple baking soda and water. You will not believe the immediate relief.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    1 keep track of what you eat and when you experience heart burn
    2 type it into ChatGPT and ask it what meals you should change
    3 ????
    4 profit

    or eat fiber as the first part of every meal

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I've been getting it a lot recently but I think it's because I drink too much

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      How much booze do you drink?

      I assume beer caused my acid reflux but I think Tums are helpful in taming it as of recent. I am similar to you where I burp constantly throughout the day, even by a sip of water. The other day I ate a few slices of bacon and it flared up my acid reflux terribly so I would suggest you stay away from bacon. My burps are extremely loud and you could hear it from down the street. You can try probiotics, I plan to try that too. You can also try a pepper medley because it's good for digestion apparently.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    How much booze do you drink?

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