What about using baclofen for reflux? one study in FM patients found it helpful in resistant cases.

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7 Aug 2009

From my quick research there have been animal studies that show Baclofen may have a use in reflux. I couldn't find any human studies. Talk to a gastroenterologist maybe.

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7 Dec 2009

I have been taking Baclofen for a couple of weeks now and have been able to reduce dosage of Prevacid and Zantac in half. I take 1/2 tablet at 4pm and 1/2 to 1 tablet around 9 pm and my symptoms of reflux have improved. I am really pleased with the results.

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