Symptoms of acid reflux often include dyspepsia, heartburn and regurgitation, according to WebMD. Acid reflux symptoms may occur if stomach acid inflames the esophagus, causing damage and bleeding.
Dyspepsia is a general expression for stomach discomfort and may include nausea after eating, burping, upper abdominal discomfort or stomach bloating, explains WebMD. Heartburn is also called acid indigestion and involves a burning discomfort that spreads up from the stomach to the middle of the abdomen and chest and can also spread into the throat. Regurgitation occurs when acid backs up into the throat or mouth, causing a sour or bitter taste. Acid reflux symptoms are very common and can generally be controlled by lifestyle changes and over-the-counter antacids.