H. pylori and GERD (reflux disease)

H. pylori and GERD (reflux disease)

Is there a connection between Helicobacter pylori and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GERD)? Some suggest that people with H. pylori are less likely to have GERD, whereas some are concerned that H. pylori can lead to an increase in reflux symptoms. Let’s take an...
Mucus in the throat and reflux

Mucus in the throat and reflux

“Help – I’ve got a feeling of too much mucus collecting in the throat that I can’t clear – could this be caused by reflux?” Excess mucus in the throat is frequently cited as a common symptom of patients who are later diagnosed with reflux disease. Let’s take a look at...
Reflux disease and Barrett’s Oesophagus

Reflux disease and Barrett’s Oesophagus

When gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GERD / GORD) happens on a regular basis for a long period of time, the skin-like cells that line the lower oesophagus can become damaged by acid, pepsin and bile refluxing from your stomach – a condition known as Barrett’s...
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