Regurgitation is the symptom of emitting undigested food from the mouth. It is similar to, but not quite the same symptom as vomiting, reflux, etc.
Regurgitation is common and usually normal for a baby. Occasional regurgitation by a child or adult is not necessarily any disorder. But abnormal regurgitation is
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Causes of regurgitation include:
- Normal baby. Most regurgitation by babies is normal, although rarely it can be a disorder.
- Vomiting. See the many possible causes of vomiting.
- Reflux. See the many causes of acid reflux and heartburn, such as GERD ...
Causes List for Regurgitation
Possible causes of Regurgitation (or similar symptoms) may include:1
- Achalasia (regurgitation)
- Adhesions (Regurgitation)
- Aortic Aneurysm (Regurgitation)
- Aortic Valve Insufficiency (regurgitation)
- Aortic regurgitation (regurgitation)
- Aspiration pneumonitis (regurgitation)
- Autonomic neuropathy (Regurgitation)
- Bulbar palsy (regurgitation)
- Cancer (Regurgitation)
- Constipation (Regurgitation)
- Crohn’s Disease (Regurgitation)
- Delayed Gastric Emptying (Regurgitation)
- Demyelination Disorders (Regurgitation)
- Diabetic Diarrhea ...
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- Source: Algorithmically Generated List
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