LINX Reviews – LINX System Acid Reflux – GERD Treatment

LINX Reviews – LINX System Acid Reflux – GERD Treatment

When someone suffering badly from acid reflux and GERD and PPI’s doesn’t work then LINX operation can be an option.

LINX system provides immediate relief to many people and this is for the long term. The operation aims to reproduce the valve at the bottom of your oesophagus.

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How long does a LINX surgery take?

The operation takes less than an hour.

Around 45,000 operations have been made worldwide and the results are very positive. Most of those patients who has this operation seen immediate relief from their symptoms.

People will benefit from the LINX surgery for up to 5 years.

No more PPI’s.
pH normalisation.
The ability to belch and vomiting.
Post operation gas-bloating problem is very rare.

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Possible side effects

– Difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) and is generally going away on its own around 90 days.

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it's not for me, i ll stick with PPI's for now

Rated 2 out of 5
May 10, 2021

I’d rather not get dumping syndrome or whatever other risks there are. I’m fine with the PPI risks.

I consider surgery to be an absolute last resort

Rated 3 out of 5
May 10, 2021

I consider surgery to be an absolute last resort. I’ve seen so many Nissen fundoplications either partially or totally fail, or have serious side effects. Many recipients of that surgery still have to take PPIs! The Linx procedure is too new in my opinion to know the long term effects. I did a consultation at the Cleveland clinic for a Nissen and the Dr there said that particular surgery is very dependent on the skill of the surgeon. As long as PPIs keep working for me, I plan to avoid surgery.

Has anyone tried the LINX Surgery?

Rated 4 out of 5
May 10, 2021

Has anyone tried LINX surgery? It seems to have a very effective and high rate of permanent healing from GERD.

TIF procedure

Rated 4 out of 5
May 10, 2021

TIF procedure is better than the Linx. Look into it.