What Is the Difference Between Acid Reflux and Silent Reflux? Center

Silent reflux is a lesser-known form of acid reflux that can bring on various symptoms not typical of acid reflux. The difference between acid reflux and silent acid reflux is that acid reflux results in acid traveling back up the esophagus whereas with silent reflux acid moves into the pharynx, larynx, or voice box. Read more: What Is the Difference Between Acid Reflux and Silent Reflux? Article

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