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Cause:
When hydrochloric acid backs up into the esophagus
Effect: called Acid Reflux

Cause:
As a result of the acidic ph in the stomach
Effect: help break down food

Cause: As the epigolottis covers the larynx,
Effect: I NEED HELP WITH THIS

Cause: when reverse peristalsis occurs
Effect: I need help please thank you

  • Living environment -

    I'm sorry, but I don't know.

  • Living environment(please check thank YOU Ms.Sue) -

    ok its alright thank you for trying

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