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2. Regurgitation

Some individuals with GERD experience regurgitation, as though food or drink is moving in the wrong direction through the throat, upwards instead of downwards. This can cause nausea and sometimes vomiting, though the latter is more common in children than adults. Doctors often consider heartburn and regurgitation felt simultaneously suggestive of GERD.

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