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The main symptoms of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) are heartburn and acid reflux.
Heartburn is an uncomfortableÂ burning sensation in the chest.
It's usually felt just below your breastbone, but can spread up to the throat in some people.
TheÂ discomfort is usually worse after eating, or when bending over or lying down.
Acid reflux is where acidÂ and otherÂ stomach contents areÂ brought back up (regurgitated)Â into your throat and mouth.
It usually causes an unpleasant, sour taste at the back of your mouth.
If you have GORD, you may also experience:
If you also haveÂ asthma, the symptoms may get worse as a result of stomach acid irritating your airways.
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