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I've had a tight, strained throat off/on with severe fatigue for several years. Doc says throat looks ok, but it's hard to talk. What should I do?
Mixed symptoms: These symptoms may not necessary be related. See an otolaryngologist for your throat. He/she may use a scope to evaluate your vocal cords thoroughly. Fatigue has multiple potential causes including anemia, diabetes, hypothyroidism, sleep apnea, autoimmune disorders, chronic infections, neoplasia, etc. You should have an evaluation with an internist.See 1 more doctor answer
I am in choir and I have lost my voice range 2years ago. Strained throat when I sing and speak. I clear my throat constantly. Should I go to the ENT?
Yes You should: Go to ENT get vocal cords checked .
Sickness began in throat, strained voice. Better 4 days later so taught all day. Completely lost voice. 12 days on voice is still weak. On ceftin500mg?
Laryngitis is from: Swollen inflamed vocal cords.Resting the voice is essential.In some cases, steroids are used.See your ENT if you can't wait.
I had my bottom wisdom teeth taken out last week thursday (4 days ago). This morning i woke up with a "strained" (not sore) throat feeling - normal?
Wisdom teeth: Discomfort after removal of wisdom teeth is often dependent on how much bone was removed, the location of the teeth and whether they were vertical or horizontal. Some discomfort is normal, and may take several weeks to be totally pain free. Make sure you return to the surgeon for any scheduled post-op appointments. If you are having a problem, check with your surgeon.See 2 more doctor answers
For months I have felt like there is something flapping in my throat and sometimes feels like a stabbing pain and feels constantly strained and hurts.
May be a growth: Please see an otolaryngologist ENT doctor for an evaluation.See 1 more doctor answer
Lump in throat feeling for months, notice more when think about it @ eat bread/meat -not sure if due to thinking about it. Achey & strained voice?
I have tightness in my throat and I have hard time saying "n" or "h" words because it puts to much strain on my throat. I stutt. sometimes too. Why?
Yes--hoarseness: Your larynx--voice box and vocal cords are made of many small muscles and excesive/loud screaming at a ballgame can cause trauma/inflammation leading to hoarseness etc..Som have fun, but take it easy. Hoarseness from such cause usually resolves in few days with voice rest/fluids etc...If it persists, consult your doc. Good luck.
I occassionally feel like I have a ball stuck that tightens my throat and comes with a strain on my right upper chest or sometimes right upper back.
Silent Reflex: Those are the symptoms of silent reflex: excessive throat clearing persistent cough hoarseness a "lump" in the throat that doesn't go away with repeated swallowing other symptoms include: a sensation of postnasal drip or excess throat mucus trouble swallowing trouble breathing sore throat if that what you have, call your doctor he will help you.
Hurts to swallow, bumps on back of throat. Looks very strained and tonsils look smaller than usual?
Tonsillitis?: Is high on the list of possibilities. Hard to comment precisely. Need examination and may need throat swab. Recommend therefore seeing a doctor in person for examinationSee 1 more doctor answer
Straight line red bumps on middle back wall of throat going down pharynx.they turn white when i strain throat and back to red when i leave it. causes?
The Thin Red Line: Hey! You could take that on the road! All you'll need is a gigantic magnifying glass... What you're doing when you strain like that is to impede the blood flow to your head. Do it long enough and you'll faint. Those red bumps are probably lymph tissue, like smaller tonsil tissue that fights infection. So maybe you're throat is fighting an infection. Hard to say, you did not describe any symptoms.
I always lose my voice when I get a cold. My throat is red and strained. I've been drinking water/warm drinks and resting my voice. What else helps?
I sneezed and now have left throat pain for a week when swallowing in the area of the longus colli. Anything to be condensed with other than strain?
Soar throat: Is not uncommon , some times due allergy , viral infestation or bacterial infection, treatment is based on the cause . See u physician for evaluation and treatment.
Is it possible to detect the strain of a strep infection from blood tests?I can't stand the throat culture.Having high aso titers for years
Man up!: You smoke cigarettes but can't stand to have your throat swabbed? Here's what's at issue. You're not going to know if you have a strep throat unless you get a culture or at least a rapid strep screen. If strep throat is present and not treated, your heart can end up ruined. If it's not present and is overtreated with antibiotics, you're risking weeks of diarrhea, or worse. Ask 4 a topical numb rx.See 2 more doctor answers
Been coughing phlegm for 4weeks wouldn't say I have bad chest pain but strain on neck/throat/chest when I cough. Could it be a chest infection?
Arnold neuralgia on the left has anything to do with the external jugular vein strain? When this happens my throat tighten and feel bites and nu air
No: Arnold's neuralgia is also known as occipital neuralgia and no association to external jugular vein. Their is no entity as jugular vein strain but maybe language barrier in play here. This neuralgia consists of pain in upper neck, head and behind eyes. The tightening in the throat may be more related to the anxiety you have with the onset of symptoms rather than the neuralgia. I hope this helps.See 1 more doctor answer
Throat pain only on right side, hurts when I swallow. could it be a pulled muscle? cancer? been about a week and it came on suddenly. feels strained
Medical checkuo: Multiple potential causes, a good medical checkup would likely be a good place to start.
The top part of my tongue has felt strained for two week. I have sleep apnea. It feels like my tongue is back in my throat when awake trouble swallow?
Macroglossia?: You may have a disease condition leading to enlargement of your tongue . This by itself may cause sleep apnea. You need to consult your doctor to verify if this is indeed the case. After which you may be referred to an oral surgeon to get a biopsy to look for the cause . Don't delay a day longer.