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  1. Or… stop eating wheat. My husband has symptoms similar to eosinophilic esophagitis, and when he stopped eating wheat his constant heartburn that he had 24/7 went away. He used to pour tablets of chewable Gavison in his mouth when he was a teenager all day long until eventually a doctor prescribed to him 1 pill a day of Rabeprazole. That “solved” the problem. But since he stopped eating wheat he hasn’t needed Rabeprazole at all.

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