Allergy, Intolerance, or Acid Reflux?

Posted On Nov 14 2009 by

Although respiratory symptoms are expected to be seen in severe GERD, 6 out of 9 cases with respiratory symptoms were diagnosed as CMA. This finding shows that CMA can mimic all signs and symptoms of severe GERD. The GP said it’s not in his chest but his throat looked a bit red so it’s probably from acid reflux so we tried gaviscon for a while – not even the full dose, maybe 3 doses per day. He stopped pooing every day and went every 3 days instead, not constipated but obviously having more trouble getting it out and started getting …