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    Zstokes826 posted:
    I too have been experiencing these symptoms as of oct of 2012..I've been to the ER abt 4 times in 2mths and they say nothing's wrong with my heart, my blood work, EKGs, X-rays and everything come back normal..I know as of 2007 I've had a change in the digestion of my food and my bowel movements were different..I also have pain when digesting certain foods but I never paid tht anymind..can I have GERD and not have any symptoms of it often..? I have pain in my abdominal areas when eating certain foods, or drinking coffee or pop...idk but this freaks me out because the drs all read frm the same books and have NO CLUE as to wht needs to be done to help me..
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