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Acid reflux refers to a condition in which stomach acid makes its way up into the esophagus due to a dysfunction of the lower esophageal sphincter. Under normal conditions, this valve closes the moment that ingestibles pass by. However, sometimes it does not shut all the way, at all, or it opens intermittently.
The thought of using Zantac for babies may be abhorrent to some new mothers. After all, medications are not usually well received by moms who are concerned about the safety of such things and the effects that they may have on their new bundles of joy.
Acid reflux refers to the dysfunction of the circular muscle at the entrance to the stomach that functions as an opening and closing valve. In people not experiencing reflux, this valve remains shut except when food is passing through it