Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment of GERD

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How to Recognize Heartburn Symptoms

Heartburn is one of the most common symptoms of acid reflux and GERD. It is characterized by feeling of discomfort or burning that usually starts in the chest and can spread to the neck or throat. It usually lasts a few minutes to several hours and often occurs after eating, especially spicy or fatty foods.

Other common heartburn symptoms include regurgitation, nausea, bloating, and difficulty swallowing. Most people will experience heartburn once in a while, but if it occurs frequently, it could be a sign of GERD.

Understanding your heartburn symptoms is the first step in managing GERD effectively. In the next section, we’ll discuss some common causes of acid reflux and how they can lead to GERD.

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