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An_258252 posted:
Had one done on 7/10/2014 for acid reflux monitoring they said there would be no side effects, but I feel sick to my stomach, gets nausea, pain in top left shoulder, chest pains, breathing spasms, and it seems like I can't catch my breath, and this is over a week later. I don't ever want another one. I had the EGD done a few months before and he didn't find anything wrong but I asked him why do a Bravo if you found nothing wrong, when it all could have been done in the beginning. I drink carbonated beverages to keep the gas off my stomach, but still have a continuous burning sensation in stomach and chest. I had my Gallbladder removed and soon after I started having reflux problems. This is not a good feeling, if only there was a cure!! Any real remedies that work?...

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