A 32-year-old female asked:
Can gerd or acid reflux make you feel full faster when eating? or cause increased salivation?
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Gerd: Yes , gerd or reflux can give a sensation of early satiety though usually that is a sign of additional inflammation of stomach and / or esophagus and may or may not may have an ulcer as well. Increasing salivation is a possibility but not common. If you get treated for gerd and symptoms improve that would be both diagnostic and curative.
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