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I am sorry to hear your little guy is going through this.
We have a few questions for you to - Was he diagnosed with reflux and then the gagging began? Has he been tested him for any allergies? Was he on anything as an infant? Let us know and we can help find more info about diet and what's going on.
Here are a couple of links to familiarize yourself with Acid Reflux/GERD -
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