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GRJ testimonial/question (it works!)

Posted by
Jim on December 02, 2002 at 21:18:56:

Hi everyone. I developed GERD and gastritis about 6 months ago and doc put me on Nexium. I took that for about 5 months (along with Reglan and Pepcid sometimes)and although the gastritis supposedly disappeared I still had pain in my esophagus area and naseau from time to time. I am a skeptic (as you can tell since I knew about this site for 3 months before trying GRJ) and although it took awhile (I just finished taking it on the 23rd day) it has helped me completely except for some pressure feeling in my chest from time to time (and I stopped the Nexium). I have started SR once a day for now but will be starting twice a day soon and just had a couple small questions for anyone who has any insight. Does taking the GRJ and doing the SR actually heal my esophagus (it feels better but if I go for another endoscopy will it not be inflamed anymore? it was 3 months ago when I had the scope and it was irritated) Also, if my only symptom was GERD, and I do the SR, is there anything else that needs to be done to cure the LGS? Thanks for any help and P.S. yes I am mad at my doctor, gastoenterolist, and homeopathic doc for not telling me about the GRJ



Re: GRJ testimonial/question (it works!)

Posted by Walt Stoll on December 03, 2002 at 10:39:26:

In Reply to: GRJ testimonial/question (it works!) posted by Jim on December 02, 2002 at 21:18:56:

Thanks, Jim.

Yes, it heals. It may take 6 months though. The symptoms disappear before the healing is complete. Rememnber that the SR is the most important thing in the long run--the GRJ just begins the healing. If it were me, I would not put myself through the gastroscopy for about 6 months (if you are trying to impress the gastroscopist) unless you really enjoy the sensation :o).

I tried to get the Family Practice Department at the University of Kentucky Medical School to try the GRJ, while I was teachig there, and they refused to even try it. Not expensive enough I guess.

Walt

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