Regurgitation is the symptom of emitting undigested food from the mouth. It is similar to, but not quite the same symptom as vomiting, reflux, etc.
Regurgitation is common and usually normal for a baby. Occasional regurgitation by a child or
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Causes of regurgitation include:
- Normal baby. Most regurgitation by babies is normal, although rarely it can be a disorder.
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- Reflux: Reflux is the regurgitation of stomach contents into the mouth (acid reflux), usually along with a particular type of epigastric
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- Esophagus Disorders: Esophagus disorders are disorders affecting the esophagus, which is the tube from the back of the throat down into the
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- Gastric Motility Disorders: Gastric Motility Disorders are diseases where the stomach and intestines have slower motion (motility) of digested food. The result is
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- Heartburn: Heartburn is a particular type of chest pain caused by acid reflux. The chest pain affects the esophagus and is
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- GERD: GERD, or Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease, is chronic disorder of recurring episodes of reflux and heartburn. Symptoms include chronic reflux
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