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Lump In Throat After Endoscopy
Lump in throat feeling. Ct scan found nodules we r watching. Endoscopy found reflux. Omeprazole and patonase for over year. Feeling still there.
Lump in Throat:
Are the "nodules" in your thyroid? If so, have you had a needle biopsy or ultrasound? Also, gerd can be chronic and may need more agressive management... Elevation of bed, increased omeprazol, a change in diet even surgery in extreme cases.
See an ENT specialists to check out your need for patenase. ...Read more
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
Suspected acid reflux 1 year. Ent said voice box inflamed, but not horrible. Lump in throat often, but no bad hrtburn/other symptoms.Do i need endoscpy?
See DR.: See doctor to examine throat and tonsil area. Do not delay since it can affect the airway also. ...Read more
Throat lump (globus): 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, or even a mass. ...Read more
I have a lump in throat sensation that happens regularly this past month. What can cause this feeling?
Globus sensation: The sensation of having a lump in one's throat is called globus sensation. This is generally caused by inflammation in the throat, pharynx or larynx. The inflammation could be due to acid reflux or gerd. You can also have spasm which can cause this sensation. Sometimes this could result from anxiety disorder or depression. May also be due to an anatomic problem with larynx or vocal cords. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2nd- pain.Is constant and there is a lump in throat and when pain hits the lump feels larger, the pain wraps to left side of back and is extreme some?
See your doctor: You sould see your doctor. This lump needs to be palpated by your doctor and he/she needs to be able to put the rest of your symptoms in perspective. ...Read more
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
Throat lump: It can be associated with acid reflux and i see that you have heartburn and you smoke, which does not help it. The lump may also be from post nasal drip if you have nasal allergies. I will bet on acid reflux, you need to change your diet and stop smoking and maybe take some otc antacids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be: Any lump could be a tumor, it would have to be looked at to know for sure. ...Read more
Yes: Come medications can cause this by causing swelling, thickening secretions, or drying out the throat. If you have this, check with your doctor to see if you should continue or change to something else. ...Read more
LPR : Laryngopharygeal reflux is when a small amount of acid comes up into the throat and irritates it. It is a common cause of dry tickle cough, chronic sore throat, lump in the the throat , post nasal drip, phlegm in the throat, and throat clearing. It is also a contributing factor to ear eustachian tube and sinus problems. It responds well to proton pump inhibitor rx. Discuss with your ent. ...Read more
Dr ordered soft tissue neck u/s to investigate lump in throat sensation. Tech acted like she never heard of this reason. Was that a logical next step?
Globus: Your doctor knows more than the ultrasound tech. Disregard her lack of knowledge. Most likely, your doctor wanted to evaluate your thyroid for enlargement or nodules. That's perfectly reasonable . You should be tried on anti-reflux meds and possibly referred to ENT for laryngopharyngoscopy to eval for any mass or edema. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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