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  • Mike2595 has replied to a post on the message board

    The thing is you need to differentiate between acid reflex [food] and bile reflex. Acid reflex isn't too bad but bile reflex is horrible.

    December 06 at 8:38 PM view post
    • Mike2595 has replied to a post on the message board

      Yup! I am 11 years post esophagectomy. Have had bile reflux off and on since. I used to think that it was best to sleep with an empty stomach but I now believe that I am better with a full stomach. My reflux is not food but it is bile, foul tasting, burning thick yellow bile. I think the bile comes up easier when it doesn't need to get past food in the stomach. I am eating dinner later and always eat an apple just be...

      November 16 at 10:39 PM view post
      • Mike2595 has replied to a post on the message board

        The reflux you are geting is not from food. It is bile. Thick yellow bile. It burns way worse than food reflux. Google "stomach bile" to see what it is. Apples do work to settle and sooth the stomach. They also are a big help for "dumping syndrom".

        September 20 at 3:12 PM view post
        • Mike2595 has replied to a post on the message board

          I am now 78 years old. I had my esophagectomy 11 years ago. DeVinci methode. Some complications post surgery, [infection at feeding tube site] 22 days in hospital, 9 surgeries. Went home with a wound vac for 2 large open surgeries. Been pretty good since with gradual improving appetite to where I now eat normal, no restrictions. I do eat an apple before bed, no need to peel it. I just knew this, craving apples. I sle...

          September 14 at 4:40 PM view post
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