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What is difference between LPR and gerd
What are the treatments for LPR and is it different from GERD the treatments.
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Hi,
LPR is a specific type of GERD.  GERD can be acidic or non-acidic, stay in the esophagus or rise up into the back of the throat.  LPR stands for laryngeal-pharyngeal reflux meaning that the reflux reaches the back of the throat and possibly the sinuses.
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