Entity: Gastroesophageal_reflux_disease

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  1. a reaction may cause severe swelling of the throat and eyes or a feeling of a lump in your throat additional causes for a lump gerd or gastroesophageal reflux disease may cause the lump feeling defined as globus sensation contrary to the common belief you may experience gerd without experiencing heartburn
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  2. breathing eating or drinking it is just very unpleasant source national panic anxiety disorder news – www npadnews com some people have gastroesophageal reflux disease gerd without even knowing it they may feel like they have a lump feeling in the throat or have food stuck in their throat or like
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  3. for a lump gerd or gastroesophageal reflux disease may cause the lump feeling defined as globus sensation contrary to the common belief you may experience gerd without experiencing heartburn if you find yourself mouth breathing this can lead to an early morning raw throat if you have post nasal drip common
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  4. their throat or like they are choking or their throat is sore or tight or hoarseness in the morning or trouble swallowing gastroesophageal reflux disease gerd
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  5. the throat feeling the exact cause is unknown and it is often attributed to psychiatric disorders more recently a greater understanding of gastroesophageal reflux disease gerd
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  6. what the problem is   •    warm fluids comfort the throat   •    when stress lets up the symptoms improve   gastroesophageal reflux disease or gerd is the recurring movement of stomach acid from the stomach back up into the esophagus it causes heartburn regurgitation chest sensations and pain if the
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  7. situations often choke and find it difficult to swallow the problem refuses to go away even after gulping down liquids or solid foods gastroesophageal reflux gerd in some patients acid reflux disease might be the cause of throat lumps the condition involves a reflux or backflow of stomach acids and food
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  8. in the throat when examined by a doctor acid reflux causes currently no single explanation has been accepted as actually causing the globus sensation however gerd or acid reflux is among the leading factors attributed to its existence other suspect conditions are hypertensive upper esophageal sphincter pressure sinusitis overclosure of the
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gastroesophageal reflux disease gerd gastro oesophageal reflux disease gord gastric reflux disease acid reflux disease chronic symptom mucosa damage caused stomach acid coming stomach esophagus typical symptom heartburn gerd usually caused changes barrier stomach esophagus abnormal relaxation lower esophageal sphincter normally holds top stomach closed impaired expulsion gastric reflux esophagus hiatal hernia changes permanent temporary transient acid reflux causes respiratory laryngeal signs symptoms called laryngopharyngeal reflux lpr extraesophageal reflux disease eerd gerd lpr unlikely produce heartburn called silent reflux common symptoms gerd common symptoms gerd causes injury esophagus injuries atypical symptoms associated gerd good evidence causation accompanied esophageal injury symptoms people proposed symptoms sinusitis recurrent ear infections idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis due gerd causative role established gerd difficult detect infant child describe feeling indicators observed symptoms vary typical adult symptoms gerd children cause repeated vomiting effortless spitting coughing respiratory problems wheezing inconsolable crying refusing food crying food pulling bottle breast cry failure gain adequate weight bad breath belching burping common children symptom single symptom universal children gerd estimated approximately 4 million babies born us 35 difficulties reflux months life known spitting theory 4th trimester theory notes animals born significant mobility humans relatively helpless birth suggests fourth trimester children began born earlier evolutionarily accommodate development larger heads brains allow pass birth canal leaves partially undeveloped digestive systems children outgrow reflux birthday small significant number outgrow condition particularly true family history gerd present gerd lead barretts esophagus type intestinal metaplasia turn precursor condition carcinoma risk progression barretts dysplasia uncertain estimated 20 cases due risk chronic heartburn progressing barretts egd five years recommended patients chronic heartburn take drugs chronic gerd right thumb detailed historical knowledge vital accurate diagnosis useful investigations ambulatory esophageal ph monitoring barium swallow x ray esophageal manometry esophagogastroduodenoscopy egd current gold standard diagnosis gerd esophageal ph monitoring objective test diagnose reflux disease allows monitor gerd patients regards response medical surgical treatment practice diagnosis gerd short term treatment proton pump inhibitors improvement symptoms suggesting positive diagnosis systematic review short term treatment proton pump inhibitors help predict abnormal 24 hr ph monitoring results patients symptoms suggestive gerd study positive likelihood ratio symptomatic response detecting gerd ranged 63 87 sensitivity 78 specificity 54 general egd done patient respond treatment alarm symptoms dysphagia anemia blood stool detected chemically wheezing weight loss voice changes physicians advocate lifetime 5 yearly endoscopy patients longstanding gerd evaluate possible presence dysplasia barretts esophagus precursor lesion esophageal adenocarcinoma esophagogastroduodenoscopy egd form endoscopy involves insertion thin scope mouth throat esophagus stomach patient sedated order assess internal surfaces esophagus stomach duodenum biopsies performed gastroscopy show reflux changes non erosive nature leading entity non erosive reflux disease gerd caused failure cardia healthy patients angle —the angle esophagus enters stomach—creates valve prevents duodenal bile enzymes stomach acid traveling back esophagus cause burning inflammation sensitive esophageal tissue factors contribute gerd gerd linked variety respiratory laryngeal complaints laryngitis chronic cough pulmonary fibrosis earache asthma clinically apparent atypical manifestations gerd commonly referred laryngopharyngeal reflux extraesophageal reflux disease eerd factors linked gerd conclusively 1999 review existing studies found average 40 ...

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