I have had digestive trouble for probably 20 years. During that time I had my gall bladder removed and still had way too much pain occurring in my esophgus. So I have been scoped a couple times and take mega doses of ranitadine on a daily basis. I am also very conscious of eating small amounts and doing it slowly. (I have never been a big eater.) I also am careful to drink a whole glass full of water with any medications and not to lie down right after eating or taking meds. I'm convinced it all relates to scoliosis. When I asked the gastrointestinal specialist his reply was , "Yeah, that sounds possible" Definitive as hell right!
I am 61 years old and the resident SSO fossil. I live in Oklahoma,USA with my husband Allen. We have one daughter Jae and she has three kids.Our grandkids are: Aidan is8. He's the one pictured in my current avatar. Jenna Jean is 7 and Ryan Allen is just 4 It's full time chaos here! I was diagnosed in 1965 at 14 years with Kyphoscoliosis and 2 curves measuring 68 and 63 degrees. My last measurements were in 2004 at 155, 88 and 55+ degrees. I have never had surgery or bracing so I now am on full time oxygen and use a Non Invasive Ventilator at night. at night.