A member asked:

I've had burning at the bottom of my throat all day that is relieved by eating. could this be heartburn or something else?

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Dr. Charles Saha answered

Specializes in Gastroenterology

Burning throat: These symptoms should be evaluated by an ENT physician. On physical examination, including with a nasal endoscopy, they can determine if the burning sensation is acid related or something else.

Answered 10/5/2015



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