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Excess Saliva And Tight Throat
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Swallowing difficulty of saliva, seems throat not closing after pushing saliva, nothing on endoscopes of throat and esophagus only too much mucus.
Sounds like you: Might benefit from a videofluoroscopic swallowing study. Your swallow issues may not have anything to do with an anatomic issue of your throat or esophagus but rather the muscular coordination involved with swallowing. ...Read more
Throat Clearing: Unless the thyroid is asymmetric or huge, would not cause throat clearing. Chronic fatigue and throat clearing, rule out: acid reflux with reduced sleep post nasal drip due to chronic sinusitis generalized aching: consider gum disease or sinus disease. Sinusitis: see www.Grossaninstitute.Com. ...Read more
Mouth and throat feels dry in the morning and saliva production is lower. Chest feels heavy and do not feel like eating.
Can acid reflux cause constant sore throat and thick mucus above uvula? Throat is swollen too. Dont feel sick. Or is this low thyroid?
Back of mouth feels gluely dry/ hard time breathing and swallowing spit not food/lump in throat/wks and getting worse/wheezing in burping sticky phleg
See doctor!: It sounds like you may be get dealing with severe allergy symptoms. This is potentially life-threatening if untreated, and you need to see someone asap to get this thing turned around, if that's what it is. If you have to go to an emergency room, do so. But if you have a doctor please call him or her right away. ...Read more
Having tight throat and trouble swallowing my own saliva/mucus and foods like rice and bread. Sticks in throat and quickly makes it hard to breath.
Evaluation: "makes it hard to breath" should be immediately evaluated by your PCP. ...Read more
My throat will randomly feel tight and constricted. I can breathe fine. Excess phlegm. I'm a smoker. ?
Nicotine effects: Smoking can slow the action of cilia for several hours., reduces number of cilia, so there are fewer cilia to clean lungs. Lungs and airways have more mucus, mucus is not cleaned out well, it stays in airways, clogs them, and makes you cough. with excess phlegm. “My throat will randomly feel tight and constricted” is due to Anxiety See Physician to overcome Smoking Dependence and Anxiety ...Read more
When i wake up my nose cogested and slightly blocked phlegm in throat and dry mouth also during day dry mouth although idont breath from mouth why?
Throat tight swallow saliva, food and drink goes fine.Exertion like weightlifting tightens it.head tilt back tightens. Tongue feels raw like burnt, Y?
Need exam: These symptoms are not specific for a single diagnosis, and really require an exam and proper evaluation. Ok to start with your primary care doctor. ask if a referral to an ENT specialist is appropriate. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Nose humidifies more: Your respiratory system is designed with a natural humidifying organ, your nose. When you do not breathe through it, the air bypasses its humidifier and reaches the throat and lungs still dry. When you do breathe through your nose, the air is 100% humidified by the time it reaches those places. Your nasal membranes secrete about a quart of fluid a day, much of it water vapor reabsorbed in the lung. ...Read more
Not really: As anxiety is more known to "dry" the mouth making speaking difficult. On the other hand, in your case, anxiety may trigger a reflexive "clearing" throat irritating the pharynx enough to produce excessive mucous. An allergic reaction and/or viral infection should be ruled out. Get your gp have your throat examined first & then see a mental health professional 2 get help w/ your anxiety. ...Read more
Since physiotherapy my throat has been burning when swallowing water. Can tight throat muscles lead to inflammation?
Possibly Pharyngitis: PT does not trigger this. Either you are coming up with Viral infection ( Viral URI) and having Systemic inflammatory reaction, or you are having Bacterial Infection in Throat(Tonsils or Pharynx) and that also makes you sick. Rx High dose of VitC,Ginger Tea,Ibuprofen,Salt and warm water gargles. If not btter in 24 Hours seek your Doctors advise for possible Antibiotic Rx ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Frequent saliva swallowing, pain below adam's apple when swalliwing saliva but not food, dry throat, pocket of air sensation in throat , belching?
See MD: Swallowing problems with belching and possible heart burn or throat soreness, may be a result of gastric reflex or hiatal hernia issues. Can be very damaging to esophagus. Maybe treated with simple meds. See your physcian to determine cause or referral to specialist. Better to know than worry about what can happen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Scratchy throat when swallowing food and water sweating allot nose stopped up with dried snot with a little blood and headaches any idea ?
Tightness in chest, excess saliva produced and difficulty breathing after eating chicken. What does this sound like?
Chest tight: Would go get checked, there may be a bone stuck in esophagus or similar problem. ...Read more
I've had thick and excessive saliva for months now with mouth pain, trouble swallowing, nausea and belching. No visible irritation in the mouth.
The clear, viscous fluid secreted by the salivary and mucous glands in the mouth. Saliva contains water, mucin, organic salts, and the digestive enzyme ptyalin. It serves to moisten the oral cavity, to initiate the digestion of starches, and to aid in the chewing and swallowing of food. Approximately 1 to 1.5 l ...Read more
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