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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 Nov 1
In a small number of babies, reflux might be associated with a more serious problem, such as gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD).
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Living with Reflux Oct 31
Find out more here about  infant feeding support line and the help available if you have any questions or concerns about feeding your baby.
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Living with Reflux Oct 30
When a baby or child has gastro-oesophageal reflux food and drink travels down the foodpipe as normal. However, some of the food, drink & acid travels back up, instead of passing through to the large and small intestines.
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Living with Reflux Oct 29
NCT@NCTcharity community groups help hundreds of thousands of parents every year. The volunteers know what parents want and need locally.
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Living with Reflux Oct 28
Crying and sickness are normal for babies. But if you have a baby with very bad reflux read this blog
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Living with Reflux Oct 27
As parents and carers ourselves we know only to well how stressful and exhausting it can be living with a child with everyday
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Living with Reflux Oct 26
Reflux is more common among babies who are born prematurely and babies with low birth weight. It’s also common in babies or children with some impairment of their muscles and nerves, such as cerebral palsy, or those with a cow’s milk allergy .
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Living with Reflux Oct 25
What is baby reflux? Symptoms and support
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Living with Reflux Oct 24
What is baby
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Living with Reflux Oct 23
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 Oct 22
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Living with Reflux Oct 21
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 Oct 20
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Living with Reflux Oct 19
You can help ease your baby’s reflux by making small changes to the way you feed them. Talk to your midwife or health visitor who might suggest:
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Living with Reflux Oct 18
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Living with Reflux Oct 17
What is baby
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Living with Reflux Oct 16
Family membership to Living with Reflux is free of charge - sign up here
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Living with Reflux Oct 15
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 Oct 14
GOR is normally diagnosed in the first instance on symptoms alone, a trial of the non-pharmaceutical therapies for a few weeks may also be suggested, to see if there is any improvement.
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Living with Reflux Oct 13
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