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    alvarado10 posted:
    I got my endoscopy less than 2 weeks ago and found I only have mild inflammation of the esophagus. Everything else is normal, no H. Plylori. I'm thankful it wasn't anything more serious, especially after nearly three months of terrible symptoms (mainly upper abdominal pain).

    I was on Prevacid, protonix and now finally dexilant. I still have some minor symptoms but improved greatly. From my experience, you just have to be patient, keep taking your meds and finally don't stress yourself.

    It's always important to see a Gi doctor to rule out anything more serious.
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