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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 5:22 pm 
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I get one side effect from suboxone and it's spasms in esophagus.
I've got two scopes done and each time they stretch it but it doesn't solve the issues.
Occasionally when I swallow food or water it gets stuck past throat and yo-yos for up to 40 seconds and can be rather painful.
If my dose gets increased the spasms get worse.
Opiates do highly effective smooth muscles or digestive tract and problems like gerd,acid reflux,etc...
are not uncommon.


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That really sucks, sorry.

I am so accustomed to hearing about sphincter of Oddi dysfunction.

Is there any difference in severity of symptoms based on what it is you are eating?

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