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I have choking in the throat and burbs, is endoscopy required now ?

I have choking in the throat and burbs and i am a chronic patient of gastritis. i am taking Nexpro RD two tablets in morning and night, why is this choking in the throat ? now my doc said need one endoscopy ? is endoscopy required now ?
Tue, 7 Jun 2011
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  User's Response
By the term acid reflux i can understand that acid from stomach refluxes back. yes its better to go for endoscopy as tablets are not releving the reflux disease. even you can go for gelusil MPS syrup which will help u more.
  User's Response
endoscopy ...first of all what is this endoscopy??what will they do in that...i hav egastritis which will be relieved by taking rantac tablet..y dont u try tablet rantac
  User's Response
Endoscopy is a test, where in a tube is inserted through the mouth and stomach, and esophagus can be seen. It is done by a doctor in the hospital.
  Anonymous's Response

Yes it may be required. The chokling that you feel is also due to your gastritis. Even i feel it and my doc said it is due to my chronic gastritis

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