GERD Diagnosis

Diagnosing GERD

Posted: Aug 04 in Reflux Blog by

In many cases, your Atlanta physician can diagnose Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) by listening to your symptoms, which may include heartburn, coughing, sore throat, lump in the throat sensation, and chest pain. Sometimes, though, your doctor may require other tests to make a definitive diagnosis or to determine if you have any serious complications, like [...]

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Chronic Cough and Chest Pain May Indicate GERD

Posted: Sep 07 in Reflux Blog by

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD, is associated with frequent acid reflux. People who suffer from GERD experience acid reflux, when stomach acids flow back into the esophagus, as often as two or more times per week. New research shows that some symptoms of this frequent reflux may be misleading.

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Diagnosing Acid Reflux Disease

Posted: Mar 30 in Reflux Blog by

Many people experience the pain of heartburn once in a while. However, some people have heartburn very frequently and may actually be suffering from GERD, an acid reflux disease.

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