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Dry Cough Lump In Throat
2 months rt side headache. Dry cough, excess mucus in nose.Lump in throat feeling that can't clear. Ear pain and crackling when swallow. What is it ?
This is a general term describing a symptom, not a disease/disorder. The medical description is globus sensation. It can occur by simply crying (temporary), but if persistent, can indicate something more concerning like esophageal reflux, muscle spasm, iron deficiency, ...Read more
Lymph nodes swollen: The lumps under your chin are probably lymph nodes which are used by your body to help fight infection. You should see your primary care doctor for an evaluation. These all could amount to a viral infection or strep throat or other. Your primary care doctor can evaluated you and perform the necessary tests/cultures, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ive got a lump/swallon gland on back of roof of mouth unsure what it can be? Ive had sore throat from sinus drainage, now a dry cough\ itcy throat ?
Yes: A cough is likely a part of an upper respiratory tract infection, probably viral in nature. If the lump is inside your throat this could also be a strep tonsil infection. I would first recommend rest, plenty of fluids and you can also try gargling with salt water. If you get worse or not much better in a few days, I would seek medical advice. All the best. ...Read more
Short of breath, lump in throat, difficulty swallowing, cough daily for 6 mos. And getting worse. One dr. Says reflux the other says ACE inhibitor (angioedema). Which is most likely given the symptoms?
18 yr old girl. Tightness and lump in throat. Puffy face, difficulty swallowing. Slight cough. Hospital said I should go to an ENT and get scoped?
Agree: You should be seen. In the meantime some basic things you can do are to stop dairy and gluten. Pay attention to what makes you better or worse. Stay hydrated...you could try homeopathic ignatia and see if that helps your symptoms, and you do need to see the ENT. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been on prilosec for a while as well as zoloft (sertraline). Still have lump in throat feeling and now a dry mouth. ?
Talk to doctor: I presume your doctor was treated you for laryngopharyngeal reflux. Assuming that you are taking Prilosec correctly (before breakfast) , you may need to take it before dinner as well but should not do so until you have talked to your doctor. If the problem persists, see an ENT doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Allergies: Itching in the roof of your mouth is a sign of some type of allergy, maybe to something you use right before bed or when you wake up. Toothpaste or mouth wash? You might try some otc Claritin (loratadine) to see if this helps. If not then see you pcp and see of you need an allergy test of the allergist consult. Good luck. ...Read more
Post nasal drip: It could be several things. The most common are allergies and reflux. Both cause post-nasal drainage, which could lead to dry non-productive cough. That tickle often causes frequent throat clearing. Get checked by an ENT specialist who is best equipped to help with this problem. ...Read more
My insurce doesn't cover my inhaler anymore whsr do I do my dry cough is so deep iwheeze all night and ihave the feeling of mucus in throat?
Asthma: First stop smoking, this is not helping your asthma. A number of drug companies have patient assistance programs, you can look up your medication online, with a .Com after its name and see if the company offers such a program you can sign up for. Your doctor can also help you by contacting your insurance company to plead your case. ...Read more
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