More than 60,000 people experience symptoms related to acid reflux at least once a month. One of the most common symptoms of acid reflux is heartburn. Heartburn is also known as acid indigestion and can feel like a burning sensation. The pain caused by acid indigestion feels like it is occurring in the chest and ranges from mild to severe. However, there is a danger in assuming that any chest pain you feel is just heartburn or is related to acid reflux. Any time you experience chest pain of any type, you should immediately consult your doctor — or go to the emergency room. You don’t want to fool around with chest pain.
Here is a list of some other symptoms of acid reflux disease:
It is important to consult a doctor if you are experiencing any of these symptoms. If acid reflux goes untreated for too long, it can cause bleeding in the stomach as well as damage to the esophagus and mouth.
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