“Surgery Might Not Mean End of Acid Reflux”

Proton pump inhibitors used for years by more than half of patients after anti reflux surgery

(dailyRx News) Anti-reflux surgery should relieve symptoms and break dependence on medication, right?

Despite having anti-reflux surgery, people report still using medications called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) to control their reflux symptoms.

A recent study investigated the use of PPIs after anti-reflux surgery and found that their use was much more common than originally thought.

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