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Reflux (acid indigestion) is relatively common in babies. Some babies bring up more milk than others during or just after a feed.

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What is Reflux? - Reflux Infants Support Association Inc

What is Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux? 'Reflux' means to flow back; ‘gastro’ relates to the stomach;‘oesophageal’ relates to the oesophagus (food pipe).

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Kids reflux - the facts and the stats - Reflux Infants Support Association Inc

Presents a selection of interesting facts and statistics about paediatric reflux

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How Reflux presents - Reflux Infants Support Association Inc

Caring for a baby or child who suffers from gastro-oesophageal reflux can be extremely stressful and you may find yourself on an emotional rollercoaster ride. You may not realise your experience and emotions can be perfectly normal for your situation but this is where the Reflux Infants Support Association (RISA) Inc can help.

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Reflux | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is reflux? Gastro-oesophageal reflux (GOR) happens when stomach contents are brought back up into the oesophagus (the food pipe leading from the mouth to the stomach)

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What is Silent Reflux? - Reflux Infants Support Association Inc

Caring for a baby or child who suffers from gastro-oesophageal reflux can be extremely stressful and you may find yourself on an emotional rollercoaster ride. You may not realise your experience and emotions can be perfectly normal for your situation but this is where the Reflux Infants Support Association (RISA) Inc can help.

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Reflux Reality: A Guide for Families - Reflux Infants Support Association Inc

Caring for a baby or child who suffers from gastro-oesophageal reflux can be extremely stressful and you may find yourself on an emotional rollercoaster ride. You may not realise your experience and emotions can be perfectly normal for your situation but this is where the Reflux Infants Support Association (RISA) Inc can help.

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Gastro-oesophageal reflux & GORD: babies | Raising Children Network

Gastro-oesophageal reflux is when your child brings stomach contents back up into his foodpipe or mouth. GORD is when reflux leads to complications.

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Baby food reactions, allergies and reflux | Raising Children Network

Most babies spit up some breastmilk or formula. This is often called reflux. Sometimes this can be a sign of food reactions or food allergies or intolerance.

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My Baby Has Reflux | Red Nose Australia

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