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.
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Exploring the differences between acid reflux, Laryngopharyngeal reflux (also known as LPR), and their symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options.