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Pediatric GERD Symptoms -2
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queenofbarf posted:
Signs and symptoms of pediatric GERD may include*:

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? Respiratory - bad breath, constantly runny nose, frequent sore throat, upper respiratory infections, sinus infections, bronchitis, croup, wheezing, asthma, nighttime cough, nagging dry cough, throat clearing, noisy or labored breathing/stridor, hoarse or deep voice, vocal cord nodules. (Rare - pneumonia, aspiration, apnea, laryngospasm)
? Miscellaneous ? headaches, poor sleep habits/ frequent waking, esophagitis, frequent ear infections or congestion, excessive salivation/drooling, pain-based aggression or clinging, needing to be held upright, intolerant of pressure on the stomach, tooth enamel erosion or ?moon craters? in teeth. (Rare - esophageal ulcers, strictures, peculiar toticollis-like neck arching, ?Sandifer's Syndrome, Barrett?s Esophagus, variable heart rate/blood pressure, fainting)
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