Today I had an endoscopy for my probable acid-reflux-associated incessant choking sensation in my lower throat. Well, in January/February/March it was incessant and downright overwhelmingly frustrating. Now it is more or less annoying when it catches me off-guard from time to time.
After a very bloody mishap with the iv and a very throat-traumatic procedure, the results show that I have inflammation in the stomach in the form of pan gastritis and an, "apparent mucosal junction." I don't yet know what this means, but I meet with my doctor next week for the biopsy results. I suppose any procedure where you can leave your shoes on for the duration can't really be that serious.