Recognize the Symptoms of GERD

Are you experiencing a pain in your chest after indulging in fried food? Do you get the sour taste of acid reflux when you lie down after a big meal? If this happens to you more than twice a week, you could have GERD, the chronic version of acid reflux.

Some symptoms may be less obvious than the traditional heartburn and indigestion. For example, you may constantly have a hoarse voice, or feel the need to clear your throat. These can be indications of GERD, too. If you suspect you may have GERD, evaluate your symptoms and make an appointment with your doctor to determine the best course of treatment.

Weight Loss and GERD

Weight loss can eliminate or reduce the symptoms of GERD in many patients. Learn how to take control of your weight here.

Signs and Symptoms of Acid Reflux

Acid reflux symptoms range from mild to severe from one person to the next. Learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of acid reflux here.

Acid Reflux and Bad Breath

Your bad breath could be caused by acid reflux. Learn what lifestyle changes and diet modifications you can make to control your breath.

Distinguishing Types of Chest Pain

Chest pain can be scary. Learning to distinguish different types of chest pain can ease your mind and help you treat your acid reflux more effectively.

Acid Reflux and Nausea

You might wonder why acid reflux can make you feel nauseous at times. Identify common triggers here.

Hiatal Hernias and GERD

GERD can be caused by a hiatal hernia. Learn how to spot the symptoms, tests and diagnosis, and treatment options.

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