Infant Reflux and Pediatric GERD PDF Print E-mail

oes your baby or child always seem to be crying, spitting or throwing up and/or visibly uncomfortable. Do you have a newborn who spends their days coughing and/or wheezing and just plain miserable?  Has your baby been labeled as having colic?  It may not actually be colic, infant reflux or GERD could be the cause.  We are here to help you navigate through the maze of tests, treatments and emotions that can accompany a baby with reflux.

InfantRefluxDisease.com is your complete guide for living with, treating and managing, a baby or child living with  infant reflux and/or pediatric GERD.

It is estimated that at least fifty percent of all newborns (up to 85% of premature babies) are born with some degree of infant reflux and that number is rising.  While it's true that most of these babies outgrow their condition within the first few months of life and many do not require medical intervention for their reflux, there are a percentage who do not outgrow it and are really bothered by their infant reflux.  There are also many who suffer dreadful complications and do not respond to even the most aggressive treatment.




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*Disclaimer:The information available on this website should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care for the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of your child's reflux. Please consult with your child's doctor or pharmacist before trying any medication (prescription or OTC) or following any treatment plan mentioned. This information is provided only to help you be as informed as possible about your child's condition.