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    Acid reflux from injectables?

    I have had gerd for a few years now. I canít go more than a couple days without medication. I am on 40mg of omeprazole that is prescribed by my doctor. I have had this sore throat for over a month now that just wonít go away. Iím worried it is being caused by acid reflux.

    I have changed my eating habits- no more shakes before bed. I try to eat my last meal two hours before bed and it usually consists of eggs and toast, a protein and carb I know doesnít trigger my gerd. I really feel like my acid reflux is under control but this sore throat is making me question that. Like I said I have changed my eating habits, I donít take other medications that would cause it to be worse, the only thing I have changed is I started a blast about three weeks before all this started.

    I increased my testosterone from 200mg a week to 500mg, and added 500mg of deca per week. I did start out with 50mg of dbol per day but thought maybe that was causing my issue so I dropped it by week 4.

    I literally have had a sore throat every day from December 19th to this day. It was probably the worst sore throat Iíve ever had when it started and it has gotten better but itís still pretty bad. I donít know how, but is itís possible for injectables to make gerd worse? And if so, would it most likely be the test e or deca? Or both? Iíd also like to add that I went about three weeks without injection because I felt so sick at the onset of these symptoms back in December, and my throat pain didnít go away during that period of time.

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    Man mine has been giving me a fit the last few months as well. I mean, EVERYTHING bothers me now. Lettuce....eggs...rice...I've been on 10mg of cialis for about 6 months now. I think I read that was a side affect. My mom gave me about 50 pantroprazole and ive been taking those, but sometimes they dont even work.

    I've been having sore throats as well. I attributed mine to the gas heat in my house. My house is always so dry in the winter, but the last few months its been way worse. Starting to wonder if it is the test injections now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahbuddy289 View Post
    I have had gerd for a few years now. I can’t go more than a couple days without medication. I am on 40mg of omeprazole that is prescribed by my doctor. I have had this sore throat for over a month now that just won’t go away. I’m worried it is being caused by acid reflux.

    I have changed my eating habits- no more shakes before bed. I try to eat my last meal two hours before bed and it usually consists of eggs and toast, a protein and carb I know doesn’t trigger my gerd. I really feel like my acid reflux is under control but this sore throat is making me question that. Like I said I have changed my eating habits, I don’t take other medications that would cause it to be worse, the only thing I have changed is I started a blast about three weeks before all this started.

    I increased my testosterone from 200mg a week to 500mg, and added 500mg of deca per week. I did start out with 50mg of dbol per day but thought maybe that was causing my issue so I dropped it by week 4.

    I literally have had a sore throat every day from December 19th to this day. It was probably the worst sore throat I’ve ever had when it started and it has gotten better but it’s still pretty bad. I don’t know how, but is it’s possible for injectables to make gerd worse? And if so, would it most likely be the test e or deca? Or both? I’d also like to add that I went about three weeks without injection because I felt so sick at the onset of these symptoms back in December, and my throat pain didn’t go away during that period of time.
    Boy, I don't know about the Test + Deca + Dbol combo... But if you are having these problems now, then I advise you to NEVER take Tren . Tren is a killer, when it comes to indigestion, acid reflux and intestinal disruptions in general; at least for me, and some other members on here. It got so bad for me last time, I had to cut out the Tren. Tren A is worse for me than Tren E; for whatever reason.

    Everyone reacts differently to every drug, every compound.

    Good luck
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    There have been a lot of viruses going around lately. I spent all of November and most of December going from one bout of the flu to that RSV to the next.

    Not to say it isn't the gear being contaminated with something. I'd say try switching the gear with a different brand/batch, but you tried stopping it already and that didn't fix it.

    I would try to getting those hepa air filters and put it in the room your bedroom, where you work and in your living room. If that gives you relief, you know it's something in the air. And if your mouth is also dry, try getting a humidifier and seeing if that changes things for you.
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    I ran dBol at 50mg a day as soon as I jumped back on roids. Sure helps gain weight & strength quick. By week 5-6 the heart burn was unbearable.

    Only injectable that gives me heartburn is tren . Nothing else I can think of.
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    Tren did it for me
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    I don’t think there’s an issue with the gear itself, I guess I was just wondering if those injectables in general would cause acid reflux to be worse. I have never had them cause it to be worse, hell I’ve never had an issue with tren a or e, or any orals either. But I’m getting older and thought maybe my body just can’t tolerate it like it use to.

    We have a gas forced air system to heat our home and the air does get very dry in the winter, but we have humidifiers in all the bedrooms.

    This very well could be just some super crappy illness that won’t go away. I really feel like my heartburn is under control but who knows. Everyone in my house is sick right now and I’m going to be super pissed when I get it because I haven’t even gotten to fully recover from my last illness over a month ago lol. This winter just needs to end… everyone everywhere is sick and it angers me just knowing I’m going to get it lol
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    Oh yeah, don’t forget about glutamine. It’s my go to for heartburn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by < <Samson> > View Post
    Oh yeah, don’t forget about glutamine. It’s my go to for heartburn.
    Didn't know that. Now when I say I have heartburn, mine is a result of a hiatal Hernia. At least I think I have one.

    I'll check out glutamine though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teedoff View Post
    Now when I say I have heartburn, mine is a result of a hiatal Hernia. At least I think I have one.
    Uggggh

    New term for me

    Sounds great - not

    Looks like semi rough condition to deal with

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    Hello,

    Some Anabolics provokes the acidic level of stomach from person to person.
    For example in some period Sustanon creates that issue with me. Now I'm on Aburaihan (Iranian Testo E.) and it is going well so far.
    This I can explain that depends on Sustanon's mix exter character.

    And from that perspective, I realized with many clients of mine that in period of defination;
    Short ester form of anabolics (and of course diet also may increase that more) raising acidic level and then feeling of gastric issues like "burning stomach, coming acid to mouth or maybe even time to time stomach related spasm)

    But nobody can say like a rule "X, Y, Z steroid makes".

    All the time all conditions and symptomes will change from person to person.

    You can try changing diet and hours of foods,
    You can try to use some stomach sedative medicaments (like Rennie or Gaviscon),
    You can even try to cut or change the anabolic with another type and see the process.

    As last words, even if an anabolic creates gastric problem (for example Boldenon makes it), it doesn't mean that it will continue always like that.
    Because it can maybe make a top and after it will decrease the side effect.

    Also, when you consider there are many other criterias that is effecting everything like; "Stress, Sleeping duration and time, Spicies/Condiments that are used in foods, Bloodtype, Consuming enough water or not, Dosage of anabolics, Usage and Dosage of supplements (for example some milk thisle tablets are making even reflux issue etc.)

    If you cannot control and make a solution, always better to contact with professional trainer or directly with a doctor.


    Healthy Sports !

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    Quote Originally Posted by < <Samson> > View Post
    Uggggh

    New term for me

    Sounds great - not

    Looks like semi rough condition to deal with
    It's terrible when it peaks. My mom had it too. She had surgery but that ordeal was about as bad as dealing with the Hernia.

    When it's bad, I feel like there's a huge lump in my throat but low. Towards the stomach. It gets so bad I can't eat until I belch up the food that seems to be stuck in the protruding stomach. Gross I know. Once I get that up I can finish eating.

    Used to be only certain foods bothered it. Greasely foods, or vinegar based things. Now, like I said, even rice and salads get me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teedoff View Post
    It's terrible when it peaks. My mom had it too. She had surgery but that ordeal was about as bad as dealing with the Hernia.

    When it's bad, I feel like there's a huge lump in my throat but low. Towards the stomach. It gets so bad I can't eat until I belch up the food that seems to be stuck in the protruding stomach. Gross I know. Once I get that up I can finish eating.

    Used to be only certain foods bothered it. Greasely foods, or vinegar based things. Now, like I said, even rice and salads get me.
    Man, this being human thing


    Ouch
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