What are the symptoms for acid reflux?

People who complain of acid reflux will suffer a variety of symptoms In the short-term, they may complain of a burning sensation behind their breastbone

They may complain of a belching feeling bringing up air or regurgitation of food They may have an acidic taste in the mouth They may experience a feeling of sickness or nausea They can also experience what we call atypical symptoms or unusual symptoms such as a cough, particularly at night when acid is coming back up and then spills up into the lung causing spasm or coughing If symptoms have gone on for a while, it may have resulted in a complication of acid reflux and the classic one is a formation of a stricture or narrowing of the lower end of the oesophagus in which case they may complain of difficulty swallowing food, it may get stuck, or they may complain of pain when they swallow


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