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Sharp pain in back after eating or drinking something cold. ?

Sharp pain in back after eating or drinking something cold.
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Esophageal Spasm: often times the esophagus will spasm with very cold food or drink and may be felt in the back. Usually nothing to be concerned about. ...Read more

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I get sharp pain in my upper middle back or spine when i drink anything hot or cold . I'm a little worried. Dan green.?

I get sharp pain in my upper middle back or spine when i drink anything hot or cold . I'm a little worried.  Dan green.?

Virus Infection: If this is short term, virus infections often make nerves sensitive to heat or cold. Exercise by doing pushups but leaving your knees on the floor extends the back & strecthes soft tissue; it often helps to desensitize nerves in the back & spine. Neurologist evauation if no improvement is important for more serious causes. ...Read more

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Sharp pain suddenly onset by drinking liquids (cold mainly) specifically in my back left of around t6 - every time I swallow. Mild GERD.what is this?

Sharp pain suddenly onset by drinking liquids (cold mainly) specifically in my back left of around t6 - every time I swallow. Mild GERD.what is this?

R/O ESOPHAGEAL SPASM: Gerd can predispose to esophageal spasm which tends to flare with extremes of temperature of your food. Ie very cold or hot food. You need a full exam labs amylase/lipase H pylori titers/stool for HPYLORI x 3. Hi consult with endoscopy and esophageal mammometry to check for spasm. Also biopsies for HPYLORI. Zantac vs Nexium (esomeprazole) may provide relief. Also gluten free diet Wholeapproach.com /gutbliss.com ...Read more

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Extremely sharp pain in tooth when eating or drinking cold?

Extremely sharp pain in tooth when eating or drinking cold?

Most likely a cavity: It seems that you have a cavity. Any damage to the tooth that exposes the interior of the tooth is going to result in the type of pain you have. Even though you can have a cavity and not experience symptoms till later. Possible gum disease exposing the roots or too much pressure on a tooth can also cause pain. Need an examination with xrays for possible hidden issues. ...Read more

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Since last night, my son (15) has been feeling a sharp pain in his chest after drinking. Cold water has been the only thing he's tried. What is this?

Since last night, my son (15) has been feeling a sharp pain in his chest after drinking. Cold water has been the only thing he's tried. What is this?

See a doctor: Chest pain (CP) is very common in children, and it's uncommon for it to be related to the heart. It can be related to respiratory, musculoskeletal and even GI (Stomach) conditions. Without a complete history and physical exam, it's impossible to give you an accurate diagnosis. Sharp chest pain that hurts more when pushing on the area suggests musculoskeletal, and rest & ibuprofen helps. ...Read more

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Sharp pain back of ear sometimes when i eat or drink?

Sharp pain back of ear sometimes when i eat or drink?

? salivary blockage: Most likely not, but also make sure you do not use qtips. They are an instrument of the devil. Rare salivary blockage can do it. See if it is specific foods (ie sour). Rare rare reportable tumors can do it, but unlikely. ...Read more

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What could cause sharp pain the the bottom left of the throat lasting 5 seconds after drinking cold drinks? I have had it for the past month.

Warning: Acute pain is biologically useful; it is symptomatic and prevents a body from the future injury. In you case the drink is too cold and you get the warning. ...Read more

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When i drink cold water my teeth hurt with a sharp pain and thenn somethimes with hot water i I have went for a check up for cavities nothing came up.

When i drink cold water my teeth hurt with a sharp pain and thenn somethimes with hot water i I have went for a check up for cavities nothing came up.

Sensitive teeth?: Teeth can be sensitive for numerous reasons without there being cavities. Young people often have sensitive teeth as the nerve tissue in their teeth react in an extreme manor after they grow in and are exposed to the environment. Older individuals can have small areas of their root surface exposed and there are more nerve ending in that area. So if no cavities, try a sensitivity toothpaste first. ...Read more

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