Silent reflux disease presents symptoms that are not so common and definitely not what the average person would describe as heartburn or acid reflux. If you’re experience strange symptoms related to your throat or breathing, which get worse after a meal, you may want to look over these indicative silent reflux symptoms.
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silent acid reflux
Silent reflux is one of two types of reflux (acid reflux and laryngopharyngeal reflux) that are often associated with GERD, an esophageal disorder caused by a weak lower esophageal sphincter. Silent reflux may occur on its own or in combination with GERD (or as a result of it); only it’s distinctly uncharacteristic symptoms stick out enough to signal LPR.