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Wine Burns My Throat
No: Alcohol can cause a burning sensation in the throat, particularly in high concentration. The amount of alcohol in a glass of red wine will generally not cause a problem. However, alcohol consumption can increase gastric reflux and heartburn causing irritation. Also, overindulgence can lead to mild irritation. ...Read more
Why does wine burn my throat? I've had dry mouth, dry tongue and swallowing foods seem a little abnormal now because of the way jaw lets me chew.
Xerostomia: Do a bit of research on the term "xerostomia", then go see your dentist and/or ent. Dry mouth is treatable and does reduce your quality of life in dramatic ways. First things first, drink plenty of water daily and avoid caffeine in any form (coffee, tea, sodas, etc). Do not smoke! Wine is also a diuretic and will dry your mouth and body, sorry! If this doesn't work, your dmd will help further. ...Read more
Please see a doctor: If concerned about any burns in your throat, please see a doctor. You can go to an er. Also, there are low-cost & sliding scale clinics in many communities. Check this site and see what's near you: http://www.Needymeds. Org/free_clinics. Taf be well. ...Read more
Many, many sources: The first thing you think about is a cold, viral infection, or upper respiratory infection (all closely related in definition). However, this could be from multiple things, including allergies, post nasal drainage, or even gerd or acid reflux. Would need a little more info, but those are some places to start thinking about! Hope that helps. ...Read more
Sore throat: You might also have a viral ulcer or bacterial throat infection. See your doctor if the symptoms do not return soon. ...Read more
May need help: In general, most pills will dissolve in your throat and should not cause any permanent damage. It depends on what type of pill you swallowed, for eg. Doxycycline can be quite caustic to the esophagus. If the burning is severe and isn't getting better with drinking water, you should go to acute care center or an ed. ...Read more
Acid reflux: When we cough, we rapidly change the pressure in the chest area. The negative pressure created coughing can lead to some acids in the stomach being pulled up into the esophagus and the back of the throat. This can cause the burning you are experiencing. Additionally, this may indicate that there is a weak muscle separating the stomach from the esophagus. See your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
White Patches Throat: A common bacterial infection that may result in white patches in the throat is strep throat, an infection caused by Streptococcus bacteria. Strep throat is a common and contagious illness that results in a tender and painful sore throat accompanied by fever and other symptoms. Similarly, infectious mononucleosis is a common viral infection that may result in throat white patches. See doctor! ...Read more
Had a reflux and some of it went the wrong way. Coughed a little. Breathing fine. Throat burns little. Am I fine?
You're fine: You may have aspirated a bit, but it sounds like you cleared it immediately and all is well. If that is a chronic problem, you should seek attention from your doctor. Also, try to increase the fiber in your diet. Eating a pound of vegetables each day and a cup of beans per day is linked to life extension but is also linked to less gerd symptoms. ...Read more
I did cardio with a cold; it's been 30 minutes since and it hurts to cough or take a full breath still, and my throat burns. Is this normal?
No it is not: Go see your doc and get a thorough exam. You can't do this in 400 spaces that you are limited to by this app. ...Read more
I have bulimia, and recently after purging my throat burns. It's been over 12 hours since I last purged, but my throat feels like it is on fire.
They will heal thems: Any radiation burns heal with time, typically in 24 weeks after finishing radiotherapy. In the meantime you could take some pain medicines or use some local medication for throat pain. Your radiation oncologist can help. He /she is your guide for any problems/issues. ...Read more
My throat is burning and no matter how much water I drink it still burns. Is there any relief from this?
See a doctor: Have a doctor examine your throat.Get a more detailed answer ›
How come every time I eat soup my throat hurts/burns till I drink something? It happens with every type of soup!
Esophagitis?: If Acidic or Hot liquid is irritant to your throat, then try H2 Blocker like Pepcid or Zantac (ranitidine) twice daily or Omeprazole OTC for 2 weeks. Some times there is Esophageal spasm can also cause Dysmotility and pain in swallowing. Acid reflux can be a possibility but at your age it is less likely. If not better after2 weeks of H2 blocker, talk to your doctor ...Read more
I think I'm getting sick, and my throat burns every time I swallow. What might it be, and what can I take to reduce pain and discomfort?
My throat hurts and it feels like sumthin is stuck inside of it like mucus maybii? But my throat burns and everytime I eat my throats feels stuffed.?
Globus sensation?: Do you experience the feeling of a ball or lump in the back of your throat that you have to swallow past? If so, this is "globus." alternatively, you may have laryngo-esophaeal reflux without heartburn. Sometimes, the actual swallowing mechanism may be impaired due to "spasms" or dysmotility. A gastroenterologist or ear-nose-throat specialist is a good starting point for evaluation. ...Read more
Family practice : It depends on which chemical and how it occurred. It should heal if not seriously burned. You may need to see an ENT to get it checked out. ...Read more
Consider allergy?: Perhaps there can be some type of allergy you have with certain foods? My suggestion would be to keep a food diary of everything you eat along with how you feel after those meals. See if there is a correlation with certain foods you eat and your symptoms. You may find it could be something else you are eating as well! ...Read more
Throat/ear infection: May have an inflammed pharynx, a blocked eustachian tube and fluid in the middle ear space. Best to see yout otolaryngologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more