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Does acid reflux suppress appetite?

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Dr. Richard Rafoth
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology

In brief: Generally not

Usually acid reflux is relieved by putting food in the stomach (which neutralizes the acid for a short time).
But acid reflux can cause nausea on occasion, and if you are nauseated then you will probably not be hungry.

In brief: Generally not

Usually acid reflux is relieved by putting food in the stomach (which neutralizes the acid for a short time).
But acid reflux can cause nausea on occasion, and if you are nauseated then you will probably not be hungry.
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