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    steroid shots to the Esophagus
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    mike_n_robin posted:
    has anyone ever heard of this being done.
    I had a Endo. with a dilatation done yesterday april 9th. the Dr told me i have a large Hiatal hernia. I go threw these almost on a monthly basis i changed Gi dr.'s as the one i had told me not to belive anythimng i read or was told except by him.. not what i wanted to hear. so the new Dr. is the one that is talking these shots.
    If anyone knows anything please let me know i will be reading things that i find so that i have an open mind by the time we get to that point.
    thanks
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    georgiagail responded:
    Review this under the "treatment" section of the attached:

    http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/175098-overview

    Gail


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