Reflux and regurgitation

Managing the symptoms of reflux and regurgitation can be challenging. We’ve gathered the latest guidelines and expert opinion to support healthcare professionals to make the correct diagnosis and help them reduce concern in parents.

Baby symptom checker

3 min read
24th Jan 2019

Up to 50% of all babies in the UK experience feeding-related problems in their first year – these usually appear within the early weeks of a baby’s life and can be exhausting and stressful for new parents.

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NICE offer advice on gastro-oesophogeal reflux

2 min read
24th Dec 2018

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recently published new guidelines providing healthcare professionals with evidence-based advice on the recognition, diagnosis and management of gastro-oesophageal reflux disease in children and young people.

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NICE stepwise recommendations on infant regurgitation

1 min read
24th Dec 2018

Functional gastrointestinal issues are common in infancy1. For example, around 30% of infants below one year of age will experience regurgitation1. This can be a distressing and confusing time for parents, who may not be confident in what to change or adapt to help their baby keep down their feed.

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Diagnosis and management of functional gastrointestinal disorders: a guide for healthcare professionals

5 min read
27th Nov 2018
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Gut changes: a baby’s first year

2 min read
27th Nov 2018
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Lunch and learns: the diagnosis and management of food allergy in infants, with a focus on cow’s milk allergy

3 min read
15th Oct 2018
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The costs of functional gastrointestinal disorders and related signs and symptoms in infants: a summary for healthcare professionals

3 min read
17th Sep 2018
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Optimising the management of functional gastrointestinal disorders in infants — a summary for healthcare professionals

3 min read
17th Sep 2018
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The health, wellbeing and financial impact of infant functional gastrointestinal disorders

4 min read
29th Aug 2018
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