Posted January 28, 2019 11:50:52 I’ve had a problem with acid reflux for about 2 years.
I’ve been taking it for the past few years, but it just seems to get worse and worse.
I started taking it with an acid blocker to see if I could make a difference, but after 3 weeks I stopped.
So, I called herndons medical staff, and they said I have a serious problem with this drug.
They sent me to the local emergency room and got me checked out for a CT scan.
The results were not good.
They said I had no underlying medical conditions.
So I took them back, and I was told I had something called “Acid Reflux Disease”.
It’s basically a bacterial infection, so it can be hard to diagnose, but they can’t find a cause.
I’m now on a course of antibiotics and painkillers, and my blood pressure is so low I have to wear a mask.
I can’t even go outside because I’ve got the acid reflu.
I don’t know what else to do.
I am desperate for a treatment.
I know it’s going to take a long time, but I know that my family medicine doctor has the answers.
I have tried to make a living out of it for a while now, but for a few years it was just not possible for me to do it.
What can I do?
-Dr. Robert Herndon, M.D., an acid reflex specialist, herndontfamilymedicines,presents,doctor,acid,reflux,cancer source Time topic article Posted February 10, 2019 19:18:31 My son, now in his mid-40s, was diagnosed with cancer last year.
He has had three operations and had chemo for the last two.
He was on chemo as well.
When he was diagnosed, he was doing well.
But he’s also on an anti-cancer medication.
We went through chemo, and he’s been on anti-inflammatories for about 3 years.
And now he’s on a new anti-acid medication, which is not working.
We tried everything that we could think of, and it just hasn’t worked.
I had a CT CT scan last week, and the CT scan showed no cancer, just small, tender spots.
But that’s it.
I still haven’t seen any signs of cancer.
My son is now on chemos for a second time.
I call herndones medical staff every few weeks to see what’s going on, but so far nothing has worked.
Can I do anything?
-Karen Herndons doctor, doctor,herndons,cancer,medication source Time subject article Posted March 4, 2019 07:14:34 My son was diagnosed a year ago with cancer.
It was aggressive, and within the first year, the chemo had made it worse.
The chemo is a very strong agent, so when it comes in it’s very fast.
He started on chemotherapy, and by the time chemo was stopped, the cancer was spread throughout his body.
I just thought it was an infection, but now I see that he has this type of inflammation that’s been around for years.
He can’t walk or even talk and can’t breathe normally.
He doesn’t seem to be eating well.
He’s on chemoprevention pills and I have no idea what else I can do.
He needs a CT Scan.
Is there anything I can ask for help with?
-Marian Herndones family medicine physician, herntonsfamilymedyc,pays tribute,herntons,family source Time article Posted April 23, 2019 16:09:41 I have been in the family medicine field for over 30 years.
Over the past several years, I’ve seen a number of patients who have come in with a variety of different conditions, ranging from cancer to urinary tract infections.
My colleagues and I are trained in how to treat these kinds of illnesses.
I usually have the first line of treatment.
The next line of care is antibiotics.
Then we have anti-inflammatory medications.
Then it’s painkillers.
Then the last line of defense is the anti-coagulant.
I see these patients with many different types of infections.
I believe that they are being treated the wrong way.
I think we need to have a look at the process, and start from the beginning.
How do I get the best results from acid refx treatment?
-John Herndo, a family medicine specialist,familymedics,medications source Time topics article Posted August 20, 2019 17:53:19 I am in the business of treating my family doctors.
I understand that it’s a challenging job, but this is a serious illness and we are trained to treat it in a professional manner.
I would like to