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what can it be on the left side of your throat when you swallow

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Dr. Ronald Ward
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Throat: Sounds like cricopharyngeal sphincter spasm. Look it up on Wikipedia. Warm liquids can relax the muscle. cold can make it more spastic. Would need bar ... Read More

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Dr. Yash Khanna
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Needs to be checked: A bump or something in our throat needs to be checked to say what it can be.You should see either your family doctor or a ENT specialist if it is of c ... Read More
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Dr. Jovita Anyanwu
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Dryness: Drinking of plenty of water after excercise may relieve such symptoms. If symptoms persist an evaluation by an m.D is warranted.
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Dr. Michael Ein
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Symptomatic Rx: Most sore throats are viral pharyngitis. Check to see that you don't have an exudate on your pharynx or tonsils or enlarged lymph nodes near the angl ... Read More
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Dr. David Earle
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Viral infection: Sounds like the beginning of a viral upper respiratory infection (common cold). If you're concerned, see your primary care for a more complete evalua ... Read More
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Dr. Steven Hebert
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Thyroid issues?: Sounds like you may have a thyroid nodule. See your doctor.
A 22-year-old female asked:
Dr. William Culviner
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Peritonsillar issue: If you can't see the tonsil, it suggests there is swelling around that tonsil, which is called peritonsillar swelling. You could be developing an infe ... Read More
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Dr. Quang Nguyen
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Evaluate it: It's not normal to feel this way. You need to get this evaluated. see your doctor. To worry or not depends on what is causing this symptom.
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Dr. Alexander Gorup
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Peculiar: See an ENT to check this out.

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