Vitamin D Cured my Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR Reflux/ Silent Reflux)
Hey guys how are you my name is Gus and this is my first YouTube video, or Vlog, or whatever you want to call it Alright, let’s get to the point... If you have LPR I highly suggest that you go to your doctor, do some blood work, and see where you stand with your vitamins. Especially Vitamin D. I have been suffering with LPR for a little over six months now. I went to every doctor there is, every specialist there is, I did a lot of tests from MRI's to Cat-scans to Swallow tests..
Just about everything Y'know doctors just kept giving PPI's, Antihistamines and none of it helped I mean it didn’t help me completely, I was still having chronic throat issues, chronic throat clearing, coughing, excess mucus in the back of the throat I'm sure if you're watching this video you have LPR and you already know what the symptoms are it's shitty to be honest and I don't wish it to my worst enemy, that’s how I feel. It sucks, it sucks, it sucks but... Anywho, after did my blood work it turned out that I was Vitamin D deficient and my doctor gave me a prescription for Vitamin D, 50,000 IU, I think that stands for international units or something like that. I am not exactly sure what it means, it's not milligrams, I don't know but that how I they measure vitamins i suppose. But anywho, they gave me four pills.
Four pills I’m supposed to take one every week, yesterday was my second dose and I honestly say I’m, i think I'm 90% cured. I don't have the symptoms anymore, I don't clear my throat every fucking second, I don't cough, I don’t wake up in the middle of the night gasping for air, I don’t have mucus or post nasal drip in the back of my throat, I just feel great and my face started to clear up, I have been suffering with acne all my life and helped a little bit, I have been more energy in the morning, I have been waking up more refreshed, but nonetheless, if you have LPR please go to your doctor and give it a shot y'know… do some blood work and ask your doctor and see where you stand with your Vitamin D. It helped me even though it's too soon to tell but yeah, I haven't felt this good in a long long time and I don't think it's the Omeprazole I'm taking, I’m pretty sure, I’m confident that it's the Vitamin D and I did my research online and a lot of people had success with Vitamin D and Vitamin D3 to treat their LPR. Supposedly it strengthens the muscles in your system. I am not exactly sure what it does but it works, it really does! even though you can get Vitamin D3 or Vitamin D over the counter, I suggest going to your doctor and see where you stand with numbers because I think it does more harm than good if you just take Vitamin D without consulting your doctor because if you have a sufficient amount of Vitamin D in your system I don't think taking more is going to help you at all. So anyway, I hope this video helps. If you have any questions or you want to know anything else please DM me, find me on Facebook, or comment below.
Again, LPR sucks and don't lose hope. It goes away even though at night you... The carnival starts kicking in and you start thinking it's something you're going to be having for the rest of your life. Just don't lose hope, don’t get discouraged.
It goes away eventually if you keep trying different things, seeing different doctors. A second opinion always helps, that's something I’ve learned the hard way. But anyway, feel better and thank you for watching.
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