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Pain In Upper Back When Swallowing
Pain in upper back made worse when I swallow food sometimes drink, had b4 a few month ago but went after a week? What is this? Should I see a dr?
Esophagus : what you're describing sounds like a problem in your esophagus. Best to see your health provider for evaluation and possible imaging. Might try over-the-counter medicine for acid reflux such a Zantac (ranitidine) or Prilosec which might be helpful. Hope this was helpful. Best of luck ...Read more
This morning I began with upper back pain when I swallow food. As soon as the food passes through my esophagus the back pain stops. Do you have any id?
Esophageal problem: The sensation of pain in the esophagus is usually an accurate indication of the level of an esophageal problem. A visit to a GI doctor would likely provide the most rapid diagnosis and treatment. Often an upper endoscopy would provide the answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why would I have left-sided mid&upper back pain after an EGD & colonoscopy? Hurts more when eating and swallowing. Biopsies were taken.
Invasive procedures,: such as EGD and colonoscopy, often cause discomfort afterwards, especially if biopsies are taken. Taking biopsies requires cutting out a tiny piece of the lining of your stomach and/or colon, it is normal for this to be painful. If it is painful to swallow, try drinking liquids and/or soft foods in order to allow your body to recover. ...Read more
Upper back pain for the last 2 days, and my throat feels lumpy, making it discomfortable to swallow solids. Also heartburn for yers, but controlled.
Call your doctor: With symptoms this complex, you owe it to yourself to call your doctor to help you make sense out of them. ...Read more
I have ms. For 4 days i've have pain in my mid and upper back when swallowing any food or liquids. No stomach pain. Pancreas and gallbladder ok.
Not related: Ms is not likely to cause gastrointestinal symptoms if continues see your internal med doctor. ...Read more
Many causes: Cardiac causes including valvular or coronary heart disease, angina, throracic or addominl aneuryms, thoracic masses intrathoracic or extra thoracic, bulging/herniated thoracic or cervical discs, muscle spasms , clavicle fractures, referred shoulder or neck problems, pulmonary edema, luminary embolus, vertebral fractures or masses, post surgical scar tissues, beast rumors, arthritis of spine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer