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Living with Reflux
Supporting families with infants/children living with Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux (GOR) and Disease (GORD)
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Living with Reflux 16h
We are a group of parents and carers who’ve come together to support, gain experience and make new friends with others who have infants/children suffering with reflux. Please don’t suffer alone, join our forum - we look forward to meeting you.
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Living with Reflux Aug 2
Take a look at our useful links page full of additional resources here:
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Living with Reflux Aug 1
Is the cause Food Allergy or Reflux Disease (GORD)? Read our free to download guidance leaflet here:
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Living with Reflux Jul 31
Living with Peanut Allergy: parent and guardian experiences 2020 Survey
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Living with Reflux Jul 30
Our parents guides to reflux are free to download and printable. Read the Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux (GOR) and Reflux Disease (GORD) in Infants here:
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Living with Reflux Jul 29
Sandifers Syndrome is commonly mistaken as a seizure. Associated with gastro-oesophageal reflux disease. This syndrome has very few cases reported. It is said to occur in less than 1% of children diagnosed with GORD
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Living with Reflux Jul 28
How indoor allergens are impacting quality of life
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Living with Reflux Jul 27
When to take your baby back to the healthcare professional
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Living with Reflux Jul 26
Treatments and non-medical therapies for GOR & GORD
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Living with Reflux Jul 25
How is Gastro-oeophageal Reflux (GOR) and Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD) Diagnosed?
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Living with Reflux Jul 24
The vast majority of infants showing signs of Gastro-oesophageal Reflux (GOR – in the UK / GER /Internationally) will grow out of GOR between the ages of 12-15 months of age.
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Living with Reflux Jul 23
Here are some key things to look out for in infants and children, and if you see any of the following symptoms you should seek medical attention
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Living with Reflux Jul 22
Silent reflux is a condition where infants/children do not seem to have any outward symptom’s of reflux.
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Living with Reflux Jul 21
Gastro-oesophageal Reflux (GOR) and Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD) are different. By definition, GOR is normal, whereas GORD is a disease.
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Living with Reflux Jul 16
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Living with Reflux Jul 15
Here are some key things to look out for in infants and children, and if you see any of the following symptoms you should seek medical attention
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Living with Reflux Jul 14
Join the Living with Reflux community forum and talk to like-minded individuals about .
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Living with Reflux Jul 13
Download your free digital weaning support pack today from UK, providing you with easy to follow steps and recipies
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Living with Reflux Jul 12
Sometimes babies don’t spit out what comes back up but swallow it instead. This is known as ‘silent reflux’. Babies with silent reflux might gain weight normally but show some of the symptoms as reflux.
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Living with Reflux Jul 11
Allergy UK has teamed up with Pure Family Food and Free From Fourteen Vegan to host a range of delicious allergy friendly recipes.
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