Jun 24, 2010 · WebMD explains laryngopharyngeal reflux, sometimes called ''silent reflux,'' which causes backup of stomach acid into the throat and larynx and is common in infants. Learn more about its causes.
Nov 23, 2008 · Esophageal pH- monitoring is considered the gold standard for the diagnosis of GERD and is the only esophageal test that can directly correlate acid reflux episodes with wheezing or other symptoms of bronchospasm. Esophageal pH–monitoring in patients with suspected GERD-related manifestations may represent a more accurate approach. However.
Nov 14, 2016 · When left untreated, silent reflux, also known as laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) can cause damage to your esophagus, throat, and voice box.Author: Kimberly Holland.
Apr 26, 2019 · There is a whole range of silent reflux symptoms. They are directly or indirectly caused by inflammation, which are the result of damages from pepsin. Here are the most common symptoms of silent reflux: 1) Hoarseness and Pain While Speaking (often caused by reflux laryngitis) Laryngitis is a very common silent reflux symptom. It is no wonder that another name for silent reflux is Author: Gerrit Sonnabend.