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Very helpful! I am a silent aspiration suspect, but the test won't be done for a couple of weeks so I'll just play it safe until then. Thereafter, your approach sounds like one I can live with. Thank you!
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Do you think that your aspiration issues happen mainly while you are sleeping? That is when it would happen to me. I found that not eating or drinking 3 hours prior to bedtime really helped. My esophagus used to burn incessantly and hasn't now for several years. I also took omeprazole anti acid for the first month. That seemed to retrain my stomach because I have not had to use that medication since then.
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