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Severe Acid Reflux

Severe Acid Reflux – When the Disease Gets Out of Hand

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By Lucas Mattioneli

Gastro-esophageal reflux, better known as acid reflux is often shoved under the rug by many people thinking that it is not that bad. What they don’t realize is that all illnesses, no matter how small they start, may develop into something deadly when left unattended. If the problem gets out of hand, it develops into severe acid reflux. Here are some facts about the disease you should know about it.

If the situation became severe, the esophagus is damaged up to the larynx. This is why not only is it difficult for patients to swallow, they might also experience coughing, wheezing, choking during the night and sore throats during this period.

When it comes to severe acid reflux treatment, it really depends on the severity of the problem. In normal severe cases, doctors may give the usual dosage of proton pump inhibitors. However there are cases where in increasing the dosage is necessary to contain all the symptoms and to prevent worse future complications.

Severe acid reflux in infants on the other hand is a whole different story. Since their small bodies cannot take large dosages of any kinds of medicine, it is important for parents to listen to the doctor’s advice very well. They should not rely on the normal lifestyle adjustments and medicines that worked for them. It will be important for them to stay calm about the matter and let the doctors get a hold of it before it gets a hold of their baby.

Severe acid reflux is a very serious condition for most people. Although it might start off with mild and gradual symptoms, nobody should take it for granted. This is because even though the symptoms may take some time to develop, it does not mean that the body is slowly being disintegrated. This is why in order for severe acid reflux to be prevented, patients should not, in any way, take it take less seriously.


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