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Can Alcohol Burn Your Throat
No: Alcohol can cause a burning sensation in the throat, particularly in high concentration. The amount of alcohol in a glass of red wine will generally not cause a problem. However, alcohol consumption can increase gastric reflux and heartburn causing irritation. Also, overindulgence can lead to mild irritation. ...Read more
Can marijauna withdrawls cause you to not smoke for months can anxiety from weed cause your throat to burn or make the uvula swollen?
Cannabis: Marijuana smoke contains mucosal irritants. Inhalation with marijuana is more prolonged & deeper than with tobacco. If you have not used cannabis for a number of months - that should not be causing your throat to burn or your uvula to swell. Anxiety can lead to throat symptoms. Consider getting checked out by your physician. ...Read more
Bad stuff: You must be talking about lots of bleach in a hot washer or cleaning solution for floor etc. Inhaling too much bleach can cause immediate respiratory distress. There is an internet rumor that you can clear thc from your system by drinking bleach! trust me, when they do your autopsy your toxicology will still be positive for thc don't do it! yes it can burn your throat or your skin be careful with. ...Read more
Is it possible to get little pills stuck between your nasal passage and your throat. And can it burn your throat if not swallowed.Ibuprofen.
Yes definitly: Aspirin, ibuprofen, potassium pills and others can cause small ulcers. In some people the pills get stuck in the tonsils but some people have pockets (diverticulae) in the throat or esophagus and some people have narrowing or spasms in the esophagus. The enteric coated medications are designed to dissolve lower in the GI tract. Try that. If it is a problem you should see a gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Possibly: Acid reflex has many oral ramifications. Your tongue burning can be a result of the irritation to the surface and papillae(taste buds). They can swell or overgrow, change colors, become painful, etc. It cause dental caries and breakdown of fillings. Your susceptiblity to cancer is higher, too. Check it out with your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably not: if your symptoms are truly caused by acid reflux. Measures that would reduce acid exposure to your throat would be better, such as medicine to reduce acid secretion, alkali to neutralize acid, or mechanical maneuvers such as head elevation during sleep. Ask your doctor for specific advice. ...Read more
Yes: Burn, trauma, may causes sloughing of the epithelial layer, exposing the connective tissue and may cause blister. However, these injuries should be resolved in 1 or 2 days. If they persist, the blister might be the end of a fistula tract, draining an abscess. Check with your dentist if the blister persists more than a week. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Reflux can however damage your vocal cords resulting in a hoarse voice, and even cause pneumonia, worsen asthma symptoms, or cause a chronic cough. Typical symptoms include heartburn and regurgitation. If your worried about reflux, see your primary care doctor for a more complete evaluation, and ask about a GI consultation. Hope this helps! ...Read more
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