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Sore throat for three weeks -- have taken heart burn medicine for 10 years -- MRI time?

Not. Sure MRI would be best test. Talk to your doctor about symptoms. And set up the best tests. ? Endoscopy or GI work up would be best. Read more...
Inspection time. Time to get that throat looked at. Certainly reflux can cause a lot of symptoms, but so can infections and several other things. Get the throat looked at before spending a lot of money for a MRI - which cannot see such infections anyway. Try to note if anything makes it feel better or worse. Read more...
Sorethroat. Sore throat could be from infection, inflammations, ulcers, growth. Have the throat examined by a physician and get the appropriate treatment based on the physical and laboratory findings. No need to jump on the MRI. Read more...
ENT or GI time. I would see an ENT Dr. if it is your throat and or GI specialist if it is your reflux causing acid issues affecting your throat, etc. Best wishes. Read more...
Persistent. A sore throat persisting for three weeks is best evaluated by an otolaryngologist(ear,nose and throat specialist). He/she will order the appropriate tests like cultures,imaging,biopsies,etc. Read more...