Janinezoltan - Janine - DES?

//I don't even know if I can say I suffer from Achalasia, however I do have trouble ... the motility test shows esophageal spasms.//

In achalasia the main findings are a lack of peristalsis and a lower esophageal sphincter (LES) that does not relax as it should. The failure of the LES to properly relax can be considered a spasm but generally esophageal spasms refer to other spasms in the esophagus. It is not unusual to have other spasms in the esophagus with achalasia, but that is not normally the main symptom. There is another motility disorder called Defuse Esophageal Spasm or DES.

The main thing in getting good treatment for either achalasia or DES is to have a doctor that is an expert in them. You don't want someone that is just a GI expert. These are very rare disorders and many GI experts have never seen a case.

//I am beginning to feel defeated and need support and information.  //

Many have felt as you do and then, sometimes slowly, things get better and we never hear from them again because their achalasia problems becomes a thing of the past.