Please keep me in your thoughts tomorrow morning :-)

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Sep 8, 2016

The high grade dysplasia in my esophagus is trapped under scar tissue from all the resectioning (cutting) they've done to remove the Barrett's Esophagus and I'm getting the ablation (burning) tommorrow morning because the scar tissue will not let them suck up the area to cut it out.

Smoking weakens the valve where your stomach and esophagus are enjoined and causes acid reflux and gerd.

If you have heartburn, get it checked out.

I should be home by 3pm EST.