Barrett’s esophagus treatment depends on whether there are signs of dysplasia. If there’s no dysplasia, your doctor may recommend medication to reduce the amount of acid the body produces.
Your doctor might recommend treating any GERD symptoms with medication or with surgery to tighten the muscle that controls the flow of stomach acid.
Your doctor might recommend dietary/lifestyle modifications to control GERD.
If your case is more serious, your doctor may recommend radiofrequency ablation
, which uses heat to remove the abnormal tissue.