I have acid reflux due to adverse affects of certain medicines...it makes you feel nauseous, have an uncomfortable unsettled undigested stomach (upper abdominal area to be specific), and also a bitter taste in your mouth (but the stuff doesn't usually rise to your throat...only the taste does so) from the refluxed acid, but does it really mess up your vocal chords? It causes erosion in the lower part of your esophogus because the little flap between the said body part and the stomach doesn't close completely, causing acid to move back up into the esophogus...but what in the hell does that have to do with the chords...which are usually all the way up in the throat area? Doesn't make too much sense to me.
"The son of Bobby Bowden once again proved he's as predictable as a Julia Roberts' movie.
And upon further review, just as sappy, too."
-Naples Daily News