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Aug 9, 2019 · Constant burning throat and nausea in Digestive Health

That's okay! The burning throat and nausea started about 4 years ago, but I have had acid reflux and GI issues since birth. My symptoms have been getting progressively worse for about 2 years now. Yes, I had an endoscopy last year. It showed gastritis and esophagitis, but I was negative for H-Pylori. They said a colonoscopy wasn't needed since most of my symptoms are in my stomach.
I try to eat about 5-6 small meals a day, but lately my stomach hurts and feels so bad that I can't eat anything or very little. It's really getting frustrating. I am hoping to go to the Mayo Clinic sometime this winter…

Aug 4, 2019 · Constant burning throat and nausea in Digestive Health

Yes. I have already seen 4 GI doctors and have not been helped.

Aug 3, 2019 · Fructose Malabsorption in Digestive Health

Thank you! I will take a look at the diet. That's crazy that a reaction can happen so long after eating something bad.

Aug 1, 2019 · Constant burning throat and nausea in Digestive Health

Hi, I am wondering if anyone has experienced anything similar to this. I’m 20 years old and have suffered from nausea and burning in my throat for several years now. I have seen two GI doctors who have tried a few different PPIs and have tested me for many things, but I continue to get worse. Currently I am diagnosed with GERD and Fructose Malabsorption. PPIs seem to help with “regular” heartburn which I would get after eating a meal, but the burning in my throat is something different. It comes out of nowhere, usually two or three hours after I have eaten something or when I wake up in the morning. It will last for 2-3 days (sometimes more) straight with severe nausea, bloating, and gas. During these spells I can barely eat anything and medicines like Gaviscon, Zantac, and Pepto don’t even touch it. Then, I will wake up the next day after having a spell and the burning will be gone, but I am left with a queasy/nauseous feeling most of the time. I have drastically changed my diet and don’t eat or drink anything acidic or irritating. I don’t have coffee, chocolate, sauces, fried foods, etc. I also don’t smoke and I am pretty underweight. Does anyone have any ideas or tips? I am so desperate for relief that I am willing to try anything.

Aug 1, 2019 · Fructose Malabsorption in Digestive Health

Sorry, I didn't realize I posted that in this thread! But while I'm here, yes I have done quite a bit of research and have tried a low fructose diet with no success. Is it possible to have a delayed reaction, like the day after eating something I shouldn't? I just can't seem to find a pattern.

Aug 1, 2019 · Fructose Malabsorption in Digestive Health

Hi, I am wondering if anyone has experienced anything similar to this. I’m 20 years old and have suffered from nausea and burning in my throat for several years now. I have seen two GI doctors who have tried a few different PPIs and have tested me for many things, but I continue to get worse. Currently I am diagnosed with GERD and Fructose Malabsorption. PPIs seem to help with “regular” heartburn which I would get after eating a meal, but the burning in my throat is something different. It comes out of nowhere, usually two or three hours after I have eaten something or when I wake up in the morning. It will last for 2-3 days (sometimes more) straight with severe nausea, bloating, and gas. During these spells I can barely eat anything and medicines like Gaviscon, Zantac, and Pepto don’t even touch it. Then, I will wake up the next day after having a spell and the burning will be gone, but I am left with a queasy/nauseous feeling most of the time. I have drastically changed my diet and don’t eat or drink anything acidic or irritating. I don’t have coffee, chocolate, sauces, fried foods, etc. I also don’t smoke and I am pretty underweight. Does anyone have any ideas or tips? I am so desperate for relief that I am willing to try anything.