'Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, is a digestive disorder that affects the lower esophageal sphincter (LES), the ring of muscle between the esophagus and stomach. Many people, including pregnant women, suffer from heartburn or acid indigestion caused by GERD

What was your endoscopy like? Having my first one sometime next month. What's recovery like?

What was your endoscopy like? Having my first one sometime next month. What's recovery like?

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Julie Lyn
I've had two. Easy peasy, honestly. I was nervous for the first one. I don't remember either of the procedures. Here they give you an IV, monitor your heart rate, and check your blood pressure during the procedure. Afterwords, they give you toast and some water and make you chill for about a half hour, then you can leave.

Michael Perkins
I need both endo and Colo soon

Jackie Andrews
Absolutely fine if sedated. Accept sedation!

Melissa Luttrell
Easy

Susie Crang '
Had 8 one with sedation ok last one took longer as had five biopsies from stomach lining it’s not nice but find on way home ten minutes after.

Jackie Zumhoff Swaney
Easy peasy for me too. It’s like taking a nap! They give you conscious sedation thru IV, and even tho they took biopsies, I woke up and felt nothing. Went home good as new.

Shayla Malm
I was out like a light then up wanting apple juice. The hardest part for me is they put in a mouth peice which was uncomfortable and they told me to not talk, but the drug made me do it. I woke up out of it.

Fiona Baines
No sedation. Was fine. Not pleasant but didn't want to be out of it.

Michelle Marriott
It was over with very quickly had throat spray and sedation with one. Another one just with throat spray and it was fine keep calm and breathe. X

Laurie Gwynn Jolosky
Mine was partial sedation, don't remember anything and I felt DRUGGED after.....had to sleep the rest of the day (but it was a nice high!).

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