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Esophageal spasm while sleeping

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), have frequent, painful esophageal spasms and heartburn . The meds I am prescribed are Ability oral ... occasional acid coming all the way up my throat (often in the middle of the night as I am sleeping). Thank ...

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My husband has been told he has esophageal spasms and put on Carafate and Prilosec . He is now on day two of taking this medication and has noticed his urine is very dark. Is this normal? ...

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can esophageal spasms cause slightly elevated troponin level? ...

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, as a result, she suffers from, amongst other things, esophageal spasms. Yesterday my daughter was out when she had a frightening incident of an esophageal spasm which put her in fear that she was dying. While ...

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Hi doctor i just had an episode where it felt like spasms in my esophagus but it took my breath away for a few seconds. I checked my pulse while this was happening and i could feel it very erratic ...

Public Forum Discussions

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I have read about esophageal spasms.. I get these sudden attacks where I can not get air ... to do. Mine almost always happen as I m trying to sleep.. Or I wake up with a tickle.. Then wham.. Can ...

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the fluttering and the esophageal spams. The spasms are not really accompanies by reflux except after an attack ... a twitching and dirves me crazy. It gets worse when I try to lie down or sleep, Also extreme pain periodicaly ...

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I was recently started on Losartin Potassium. This was added to my scheduled Metoprolol and HCTZ. I have started having esophageal spasms et feelings of bowel pressure even without constipation. I have ...

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Hello. My name is Damir. Tonight I was in restaurant with my wife. While eating meal I encountered a problem swallowing food and even drinking fluid. I think it was a esophageal spasm. It hits me quite often ...

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I had an Esophageal spasm while drinking water, and could not swallow, spit, or breathe, and almost died. I never even knew what they were. Started 8 mos. following Hiatal Hernia surgery, which involved ...

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, sjogrens, crohns, hx. ulcers ,delayed gastric emptying, esophageal spasms, nutcracker esophagus, benign thyroid tumor, asthma, sleep apnea, degenerative disc, cervical fusions x3, fibromyalgia, lumbar spine ...

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this palpitation be an esophogal spasm? I sure seems stomach related but feels like a skipped heart beat. ...

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Hi I ve been having what I call esophageal spasms for the last few months I do have gerd and am on nexium and zantac at hs. These spasms occur off and on several days then go away for several days I ...

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I suffer from esophageal spasms infrequently, but when I do, its usually the two weeks of PMS. Then I ll go three to six months without an episode. And then it ll come back no matter what I eat ...

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I have been diagnosed with esophageal spasms. The doctors havent been able to help me long term. Is there a medicine that I can take from time to time when I have a flare up. The doctor always suggest I get my ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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Hi There is no relation between your menstrual cycle and the esophageal spasms. But, the stress induced during menstrual cycle can trigger acid reflux from the stomach into the throat and cause inflammation of throat mucosa and thus spasm like feeling. Regards

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Hi, Thanks for writing in. Esophageal spasms in the mother are not harmful to the fetus in any way.

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It's due to gastro esophageal reflux.