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Gerd In Toddlers Symptoms
No: Chest congestion would not be a symptom of gluten intolerance. Typical symptoms of gluten sensitivity in toddlers involve the gastrointestinal tract and include failure to thrive (poor weight gain), persistent diarrhea, chronic constipation, recurrent abdominal pain, and vomiting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Food allergy symptom: Allergies to food can be mediated by immune cells or antibodies, ige or a combination of both. Ige mediated allergy symptoms occur fast within minutes to hours after comsuming the food ranging from simple hives to life threatening nausea, vomiting, throat closing, or anaphylaxis shock. Immune cells mediated causes belly pain, blood in stool or colitis. Eczema is mediated by both. ...Read more
No, not flu symptoms: Some babies have no symptoms at all. Most will have excess saliva, want to chew on things and perhaps be a little cranky. A few may develop low grade fever and/or mild diarrhea. If more severe symptoms develop the baby should be evaluated by their pediatrician as they may have a cold or illness in addition to teething. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can be ...: If you "feel" that there is something "stuck" there but not really i.e. You are not drooling saliva, then yes, this symptom, called globus sensation, can be an extra-intestinal manifestation of gerd. If food really is getting stuck, then you need to see an GI specialist quick and get scoped to make sure it is nothing serious. ...Read more
Colds vs flu: Common colds and mild influenza can look very similar. Though both often present with runny nose, cough, sore throat, and fever, the flu is typically more severe, and associated with more fatigue, and often body aches. Unlike a cold, it can also become much more severe. See a doctor if you think your child has the flu, particularly if they have a chronic condition such as asthma or heart disease. ...Read more
Hiatal hernia or gastroesophageal reflux disease produce a feeling of lump in throat? other symptoms bloating, regurgitation. .especially afte meals.
Diagnosed with Gerds my symptoms dry throat, shortness of breath, nasal congestion, globus. Silent Reflux. How to Naturally heal throat and esophagus ?
GERD: Please repost and define your notion of "naturally." Please consider health & disease overall; in other words, how would you define treating, say, a heart attack or stroke or life-threatening high blood pressure or status asthmaticus or uncontrolled seizures or severe GI bleeding "naturally"? ...Read more
No: You would not get a fever with an allergic reaction. Skin may feel or look flushed, but the core temperature would not rise (thus no fever). If temperature is over 100.4, it is not just allergies, but could be something minor like a virus. Push fluids, have child rest and monitor for new symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Delayed reaction: Symptoms do not appear for hours or even days. Poison ivy and similar plants cause some of the best-known delayed hypersensitivity reactions. When a person first touches the plant, no reaction occurs for the first 24 to 48 hours. Read more: http://www.Livestrong.Com/article/253484-types-of-delayed-reaction-allergies/#ixzz2vcsli9lf. ...Read more
Possibly: This may be what we call extra esophageal manifestations of gerd. Most people see an ENT first, get placed on an acid reducing agent and then get referred to a gastroemterologist. ...Read more
Can EGR zone stomachache or heartburn-like discomfort occur in IBS patients, with no other symptoms, in days after issue-free colonoscopy ?
Does barretts esophagus occur in 25 year olds with only occasional acid reflux?Or does it more occur in older people with severe lifelong acid reflux?
Some slight indigestion, burning in throat. History of mucous buildup in throat, coughing, spitting. Asthma, panic disorder, had pneumonia 2x in 7 mo ?
Reflux: Absolutely. Reflux means that gastric acid is coming up the esophagus and that can seriously irritate the mucosal lining and cause edema (swelling). You probably should have an EGD (esophagogastroduodenoscopy) where a scope is inserted via the mouth to take a a look/biopsy of the esophagus and stomach.. ...Read more