QUESTION & ANSWER
What are the symptoms of acid reflux?
Acid reflux is also called GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). Symptoms of acid reflux include frequent heartburn twice a week or more; burning or discomfort in the chest behind the breastbone; burping; and having an acid taste in your mouth. Other acid reflux symptoms include:
New or worsening asthma or breathing problems
Tasting stomach contents or sour liquid in the back of the throat or mouth
- Wearing away of tooth enamel or cavities